SEO COPYWRITING & SEO FRIENDLY COPY
The quality of your content is one of the biggest factors in how you rank compared to your competitors in the search engines. Wouldn’t it be a real shame if you spent $X dollars on a great website and no one can find it, or even worse, people leave your website straight away because you don’t have any engaging content?
In most cases, content written by the website owner is ideal, as who knows your business and your vertical better than yourself? However, we understand that writing pages and pages of copy for your website is a timely process and sometimes it’s more cost efficient for you to delegate to someone else. In these circumstances, it’s best to pass this task on to someone that knows how to create content that is not only engaging for visitors to your site, but also correctly optimized for search engines.
SEO copywriting from Digital Meal includes keyword research so that your created content is relevant, engaging and visible to search engines. We make sure to create content that isn’t only SEO friendly, but also conversion friendly – optimising your conversion rate by creating compelling call to actions.
Standard Web Page Copy – $100
– Up to 500 words
– Including keyword research
SEO Copywriting FAQs
Will blogging help SEO?
In short: yes.
Once you’ve found the right keywords, blogging is the perfect way to enhance your website’s SEO. It helps SEO in a few key ways:
- Establishing your website as an authority in your niche.
- Providing opportunities for both internal and external linking.
- Giving you more pages to rank with.
How important is textual content for my website?
Ever heard the saying “content is king”? Although other factors play a role, SEO is massively influenced by the quality of your content. Think about it — if you don’t have much content, how will Google know what you do?
Can I copy content from other sites?
No. Copying someone else’s content would be a big mistake.
Not only does this infringe copyright laws, but it will also see your website penalised by Google. Duplicate content is a big red flag for them — and they will always give credit to the first publisher.