Sep 252012

One of the things I spend a lot of time doing is helping businesses with their web content — working as a mentor to guide them through development of a web content strategy, troubleshooting specific content challenges to improve results and, for some clients, writing search optimised, conversion focused web content that resonates with a target audience.

This is just a very quick post to let you know that I’m currently offering my Web Content Review service at a discounted rate for a very limited time. Book your Web Content Review before the end of September, and you’ll get a report on the effectiveness of your web content for €350 instead of the regular price of €500.

Hurry though — it only applies to bookings made BEFORE the end of September.

Mar 122010

imageI’ve made a few changes over on the CJ Writing website to more accurately reflect the SEO copywriting and web content consultancy work I’m doing with businesses these days.

I’ve also included a business related, web-content focussed blog as part of the site re-vamp, and will be posting business related missives there, rather than here, from now on.

This will remain, as always, a personal blog that I’ll use to post all sorts of whimsical bits and pieces that cross my mind, and of course the occasional bout of spleen-venting when the Irish system gets even more frustrating than usual.

The business blog will have a much more practical focus, with hints, tips and suggestions on how to make your web content work harder for your business. I’m also experimenting with a pre-pay Web Content Audit service, and pre-pay Web Content Consultancy packages.

The idea is to help small to medium businesses to fine-tune their web content and keep control of their costs by pre-purchasing the advice and help they need… eliminating the spectre of looming invoices when cash-flow is tight. Of course it also means I get to spend more of my time helping my clients rather than chasing payments.

I think it’s a system that could work well for all concerned. I guess time will tell whether it will catch on or not.