Don’t have enough time to blog? We decided to do something about it. HTC now offers original blog content, optimized and loaded onto your website for a monthly subscription fee. These blogs increase your practice’s visibility and engage both existing clients and potential new ones with stories that demonstrate your practice’s unique care, passion and culture.
Why Do I Need to Write Original Blog Content For My Website?
Search engines need to provide users with great answers to their queries, otherwise no one will use them and their business will fall off. When search engines crawl the Internet for answers, websites that have dynamic content, optimized around its subject matter, stand out. As readers enjoy that content (as demonstrated by the time that they spend reading it and interacting with any hyperlinks that exist on the page), the search engines’ affinity for the site grows. Websites that host original content stand out as being expert and genuine, so more traffic is directed towards them.
How to Write Original Blog Content that Engages
The best blogs not only capture the attention of Search Engines, they grab the attention of readers. They provide existing and potential new clients the information they are looking for and insight into your practice’s personality, ethics, care, honesty and expertise…all the things about which you and your team are most proud. When we write your content, we make sure that it is sourced from your day-to-day activities, the real questions that your clients ask you. We bring your passion, your personality, your humor and your thoughtfulness to the content because that’s who you are and that’s the author your clients want to read.
How Do I Get People To Read My Blog?
Write about what people want to read, not about what you think you should write. When we produce your blog content, we produce it with your clients’ interests in mind. We write content around commonly asked questions, the answers to which readers are likely to search for online. We write like you talk. We write from your perspective as a pet owner, not as a pet care provider, because the messaging feels more genuine. So, when we write about nausea, we write about the last car trip you took with your pet and what you did to keep it from vomiting or how you responded if it vomited. It’s just a better way to warm up to your audience and sound like a knowledgeable friend, not someone in a lab coat.
Help With Blogging from Halow Tassava Consulting
Take a moment and review our webpage on our blogging and optimization services. The service has been designed to directly
address the time shortages that prevent you from blogging and provide you content that’s as good or better than if you were to write it under your own steam. It’s reflective of your culture, your team and your values!