Website Content Review

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I found Sarah via Linkedin and was somewhat drawn to her humour. The process to hire her was painless and transparent. Within days I had a detailed website report highlighting the good and the bad.

Steve Wright, Steve Wright Photography

Is your website content a bit of a horror show?

And I don’t mean is it scary fun, no. I’m asking, is it just the most terrible thing to ever live on the internet? Because if it is, you need to sort that sick puppy out.

First impressions count.

Oh yes, they do and if your website is still talking like it’s the 90s, or it’s a self-centred brat, it needs to be fixed—and quick! If the quality of your content is bad, people will leave feeling a bit sad. You just blew your chances of creating a positive impression.

User experience (UX)

Google cares about visitors to your online home.

The humans reading your blurb are all that matter.

If your content is whack, people will leave your site quicker than you can say “god-awful homepage”. I’ll be reviewing all your content, including your blog.

Here are the things I’ll be assessing:

  • Structure and layout
  • Access to information/products/services
  • Quality of content
  • Tone
  • Language style
  • Grammar, punctuation, and spelling
  • Target audience
  • Keywords
  • Linking
  • Permalink structures
  • Meta title tags and descriptions
  • CTAs
  • SEO image titles
  • Other media used

You’ll get a detailed report of my assessment and recommendations. Those will include how to create a content strategy and how to structure your writing so it’s better for search.


You’ll be armed with the knowledge to make your website content better for the people you built it for—your target customer. And that means they’ll stick around long enough to do something, like buy from you.


Here’s how to book the Website Content Review

  1. Write down what you want your content to do
  2. Include a link to your site
  3. Email all that to: