Freelance SEO Writer that can really write.
Yes, the phrase ‘freelance SEO writer’ is a total passion killer. But that’s me, Sarah Wilson-Blackwell, the bucket of cold water to your creative ardour (hi). Alas, you need Search Engine Optimisation for all those clickety-clicks. What a dilemma and what a contradiction—why would anyone tuck into your tasty content if it were made for bots?
Well, they wouldn’t—and they don’t because you need decent writing to get people turned on to what you have to say. Listen, hun (can I call you hun? Too late) you no longer have to compromise quality for search. We’re not living in the 90s (thank the Lord). Keyword stuffing is out, just like those ridiculous wide-legged jeans. Today, the algo is practically breathing. The SEO bottom line is this: optimising for search and writing enjoyable, readable words are the same damn thing.
SEO isn’t all about organic clicks.
Search—organic traffic is a biggie. But there are other kinds of traffic to your website, for example, the kind that comes from your social media profiles or email campaigns. All your marketing channels deserve (and desperately need) proper content. When you make the best decision of your career and choose to work with me, I’ll give you two things: 1) audience-loving writing and 2) visibility that won’t kill creativity.
So, who even are you?
I work with business folk who value LOLs. I SEO, I write, and I create content strategies. I also help freelancers write better.
“I own a small/medium-sized business and I want you to write for us.”
“I’m a freelancer and I need serious help with my written content.”
This is me on a little video…
Helpful Guides for Business Misfits.
Are you a lovely weirdo, running your little concern? (I really hope you are, otherwise, I’ve wasted a lot of time attracting the wrong folks.) As a business owner, do you get gleefully giddy by the bland, samey guff you find on Google? No? Great, pull up a chair and get a load of The Misfit’s Guide to:
Learn SEO Content Writing: The eBook.
Nice things people said…
Her review helped me focus, choose my ideal target audience, and gave me a good dose of, ‘You can do this sh*t!’. She was also very sweet with her comments which was a pleasant surprise considering all the biting that goes on in her content! I’ll be back for more.
She also makes it easy to digest. She did a great job writing webcopy for my business. With high confidence, I will return to Sarah for the brilliance of her written word.
I asked Sarah to review my website with her laser-sharp word skills and SEO knowledge. Within days I had back a detailed report about my site, highlighting the good and the bad. Sarah is not for everyone but she doesn’t just work with anyone. If she does work with you, feel honoured.
Her distinctive writing style, intriguing analogies and frequent references to The Sweeney always lures me in. The content she creates for her clients is tailored to them – just as it should be – and retains that hilarious edge she’s known for.
She set clear timelines and met them. This helped with launching our website on schedule. We were very pleased with Sarah’s content, which put a creative and interesting spin on our offering and made our website much more interesting to read! We have already planned to use Sarah again.
Sarah has written articles for magazines that I’ve put together. They’ve been pretty bloody awesome too! She knows how to transform words into something special.
All with her witty, readable and web optimised text. Her sense of humour is a mask she wears online to hide a razor-sharp professional focus which she applies to her projects.
Having it organised, structured and of use to the business, wasn’t something I’d planned or thought about. Sarah’s review is honest, straightforward and packed full of recommendations. Her feedback on my blog has opened my eyes to just how badly I was using a valuable business resource.
The Sarky Blog.
Delivered in my filthy, sometimes sweary way.
Web traffic is useless if it’s unqualified.
Your gear gets bought as a result of visits to your online environs. We call those visits web traffic. You know this, this is SEO 101.
Mark Twain doesn’t like the word ‘very’ (so don’t use it, Mark)
If Mark feels that strongly about ‘really’ and ‘very’ then seriously, he shouldn’t use them.
Should content writers launch a Luddite rebellion against ChatGPT?
The concern that new technology will steal jobs has not gone away. The 21st-century’s weaving loom is (currently) ChatGPT.
Wow, you got this far (and I really admire staying power). I think we’re perfect for each other so why not get in touch? Go on, I dare ya.
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