You Just Got Served (With Content Services)

You Just Got Served (With Content Services)Figuring out how to go about content development and creation can be difficult on your own.  Many people enter into a blog project or a resource bank thinking that it will be easy enough to get up off the ground and get moving – after all, if it’s your business, it’s a subject you ostensibly know a lot about, correct?  Why shouldn’t you have enough to get a blog up and rolling?

The trouble with these sorts of projects is that it’s often not a lack of knowledge about the subject at hand that’s the problem – it’s an overall lack of direction. Content services can come to the rescue in these sorts of situations – working with you in order to produce the quality and depth of content that you really need in order to make content marketing work its magic for you.

What Do Content Services Do?

Content services can partner up with you to ensure that your blog or article content stays fresh, relevant, and keyword rich.  The trick to content development is just that – there’s tips and tricks of the trade.  It is entirely possible for you to be writing informative blog posts daily and not be getting the traffic you deserve.

Content services include more than just simply putting words to paper.  There is a science involved with it, an alchemy of words and keywords and headings that all need to be perfectly optimized in order for your website to really perform well in the Google search results and get you the traffic and attention and ultimately the conversions that you deserve.

A good content services provider will be able to give you advice on your own particular situation – just like alchemy, no interactions between one company’s site and the search engines are the same.  It takes a lot of know how in order to really figure out what you need to be focusing on in your blog and other content.

Things that good content services providers can do are help advise you on an editorial calendar that will help you plot out your content development strategy down to the week.  It’s important to work with a variety of different keywords so that your site can rise in the rankings for a multitude of words.  The more variety you have (cultivated variety, of course), the better off you’ll be when it comes to Google and beyond!

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Laura Hancock is a co-owner of She has also been a long time writer for us. She writes with a passion for accuracy and flow. While her administrative duties have grown, she is a still a big piece of our content writing services team! Currently pursuing a certification in Technical Writing at the University of Washington. She lives in Seattle. +Laura Hancock

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