Sample of B2B Article and How It’s a Win-Win for You Both

You’ve known about business-to-business marketing - businesses that market to other businesses, either in the form of a product, service, or informative content - but did you know, with the help of link-building, digital content marketing can help you both out. It’s different than business to consumer writing, where you are marketing to a consumer or individual, instead of a corporation, so of course the rules will be a bit different.

When you target other businesses, you want your content to reflect how you can help them increase their sales and productivity, therefore their bottom line. In an example I will list below, you will see how writing for the B2B market isn’t necessarily hard, it just means learning what the company needs and ensuring you have it, whether that’s a product, service, or just plain good information. Once that’s established, you can link to other publishers that then link-build back to your business, either by a direct quote or other articles that are relevant, …

Need a Blog Writer that Can Implement These 7 Crucial Elements?

Blog writing has evolved into much more than just a personal accounting of someone’s day, their trip, or even their hobbies; it’s turned into the top way to market your company. Blog posts, when done consistently and creatively, can foster an environment where readers can learn about your products or services quickly and with as much information as possible - without dragging on and on and on....

In fact, more and more corporatons are turning to blogs, and blog writers, to reflect their voice for their business. A well-written and informative blog can do wonders for your client-base and potenial clients or customers looking for what you have to offer. However, what you include in a blog post is vastly important and should include 7 elements.

Below, is a blog post I wrote for a dental office company in the U.S.A. Once I finished the blog, with target-rich SEO keywords, I posted it on their blog, and then a social media specialist added it to all of their social media accounts, to get t…

Perfect Example of Digital Content Marketing Done Right

In my last post, I posted the simple rules for digital content marketing done right. Today, I am going to post an example of one of my pages I wrote for Honest-1 Auto Care, just to show you what I’m talking about, when it comes to crafting the perfect SEO-driven page.

Keywords: car ac repair, car ac recharge, car air conditioning repair, car heater, auto ac repair, auto air conditioning repair, Deer Park, TX
Meta Title: Auto AC and Heating Repair in Deer Park, TX | Honest-1 Auto Care
Meta Description: If your AC or heater is on the fritz, contact Honest-1 Auto Care for auto AC and heating repair in Deer Park, TX. We can schedule your appointment for a FREE estimate!
Auto AC and Heating Repair in Deer Park

When a car’s heating or air conditioning is having issues, it can make already uncomfortable temps feel even worse. No one wants to take a nice scenic drive when they’re sweating or freezing in their car. That’s why at Honest-1 Auto Care, we have Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certif…

Digital Content Marketing Done Right With These Simple Rules

In the last fifteen years or so, digital content marketing has risen up in the ranks of marketing and promoting a company and it’s product or service, via the blog. What started out as Mommy bloggers posting their latest tips on juggling three young children and their Etsy business, or their love of food or diy projects, has now become one of the top tools for marketing a business.

Now, I see blogs for nearly every company’s website I visit, and for good reason. Content marketing pulls in traffic, gets readers engaged in a product or service that then allows them to gain knowledge, resulting in an informed decision on what to purchase or continue learning more about for expertise on a given topic.

Done right, digital content marketing can increase a website’s traffic substantially - if you have the right SEO keywords, placed in the right area, coupled with a dynamite meta description. Long gone are the days of simply stuffing as many keywords into a blog or article, so Google or other…

Little Secrets to Get the Most Out of SEO Keywords

Yesterday, I wrote about some of the strategic ways SEO can help your business, focusing on tips to draw more traffic to your site. Today, I want to touch basis on some secrets you may not know about, when it comes to the SEO keywords you choose to implement in your content.

First secret is that keywords can be the difference between getting the right audience, increased traffic, and more customers, clients, or patients or getting penalized by Google. You see, Google relies on a algorithm that taps into distinct keywords that then targets the intended audience for your business. So, if you own a beauty business in Roanoke, VA, U.S.A., and you mainly sell makeup, your keywords need to be specific and targeted to that area, focusing on females. If you fill your content with a bunch of keywords that has a forced feel to it, not only will you get in trouble with Google, it will turn off your readership. No one wants to read an article that is non-sensical, only to get keywords stuffed in …

Happy Independence Day, America

Yes, it’s a day late, but I was out partying last night with the rest of America. Today, it’s the day to get busy. I have been advertising more of my freelance writing business on Twitter and will soon do the same thing with Instagram, posting tips on content digital marketing. It’s my hope that companies will see that and want to contact me for my services.

After being in the SEO game for over a decade, I’ve learned a thing or two about strategies that can ensure companies shoot to the top of search engines, reaching their intended audience. Some of these strategies include:

The right keywords in the right place - in the past, stuffing keywords in an article just to ensure Google would pick up the right words for their search engine used to be the big thing - not anymore. It matters where you place specific keywords, so they read naturally and never forced.Long enough meta descriptions that targets the audience and calls for action, but doesn’t bog down the message.Keyword density - …
It’s been quite a while since I wrote a post, so I figured now is as good as any. I was always told change is envitable, just like death and taxes. I am one who doesn’t thrive too much on change, but it’s been a constant in my life for decades - sometimes too much. For instance, within three years, all three children left the nest, two got married and had children, the youngest went off to college. Before I was ready, I was an empty-nester. To say it’s an adjustment, is an understatement.

Since that time, we have redone our house - decluttered, repainted, got new appliances, new carpet, and a new HVAC system - which is very expensive, btw. We have probably added about $10,000-20,000 value onto the home and proud of what we’ve done so far. We still have a lot more we want to do, but we got the necessary changes done first, plus we’re exhausted!

I have been flitting back and forth with jobs, doing some more freelance, when I get the opportunity. I am also trying to get my brain to rewi…