Why is my website stuck in internet purgatory...

While my competitors are coming up on page one of Google?

Your team provides a world-class experience to your customers. Once you get them in the door, you treat them like superstars.

But your website is languishing away in the nether-parts of Google search, collecting dust and starting to feel a bit neglected. 

How do you improve your position on Google, appear in more search results, and make your company stand out?

Start with a blog.

A blog is where you share your industry expertise with the world. It’s how you drive more visitors to your website. And it’s how you show potential customers that they can trust you with their party, anniversary, or special event. 

But maybe you’ve already tried writing a blog — to lackluster results. 

Maybe your posts weren’t bringing visitors to your site. Or maybe you didn’t have time to keep up with it. 

Let’s face it — you’re being pulled in a MILLION different directions every day. Between serving your customers, managing staff, and putting out fires, when are you supposed to write a blog — let alone learn about keyword research and on-page SEO? 

You love what you do, but you’re already working such long hours. And the idea of adding more to your plate is completely overwhelming.

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That's where a blog writing service comes in.

Did you know that companies with blogs get an average of 67% more leads each month than companies without?

How much more revenue do you think you could earn if you had that kind of increase in organic website visitors? 

blog writing service provider Kate McDermott

I’m Kate, founder of Eat, Drink, and Write Copy.

As a full-time copywriter and content writer, I help small hospitality businesses like yours to create useful, consistent, and SEO-optimized blog posts to get you more web traffic and better Google rankings.

Here’s what my monthly blog writing service for hospitality businesses includes:

  • Keyword research and target keywords for four blogs
  • Topic ideas for four blogs
  • Meta title for each blog post
  • Meta description for each blog post
  • Four 1,000-word blog posts per month
I've worked with Kate over many months; she is a joy to work with and her writing always exceeds my expectations. She always hits deadlines. I highly recommend her!
- Mike Evans
Spice Digital Solutions

So why shouldn't I just do this myself?

Let’s face it — if you had the time, you’d be doing it already. A well-researched blog post that’s SEO optimized and long enough to be valuable to the reader takes hours.

Do you have an entire extra day every week to focus on content creation?
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I didn’t think so.

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The EDWC Blog Writing Service

Here's how it works.

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1.

First, we’ll have (virtual) coffee and get to know each other a bit. I need to understand your services, your niche, and your ideal customer. We’ll also talk about your brand voice so I can make ME sound like YOU.

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2.

I’ll come up with four killer blog topics, backed up by keyword stats, that I think we should start with. Once you’ve approved them, my little fingies will start tap-tap-tapping away.

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3.

I’ll send over the goods (aka blog posts) on or before our agreed delivery dates, along with keywords, meta title, and meta description.

Now, you take the reins. You’ll post the blogs on your site with brand-appropriate images and promote them through your own social media.

And repeat!

Then we’ll both sip a cocktail and watch your traffic begin to climb!*

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Blog Writing Services for
Hospitality Businesses

Starting at $600/month

What you’ll get: 

  • Initial consultation and review of brand materials for your voice
  • Keyword research and target keywords for four blogs
  • Topic ideas for four blogs — subject to your approval
  • Meta title for each blog post
  • Meta description for each blog post
  • Four 1,000-word blog posts per month

FAQ

  • Can I see some samples?

    Yes! Check out my portfolio.

  • Who do you write for?

    I’ve written posts for:

    • Hotel blogs
    • Manufacturer blogs
    • Wedding vendor blogs
    • Travel blogs
    • Event company blogs
    • Culinary school blogs
    • Marketing agency blogs
    • ALL the blogs

  • Can you write me a sample?

    I’m happy to do a single blog post for a one-time fee, but I don’t provide free samples. If you’d like to see some of my work, saunter over to my portfolio.

  • Will my blog include images?

    If you have folders of brand-approved imagery or an account with a stock photo library, I’ll be happy to select header imagery and pictures to put in the blog posts. There are risks of using free stock photo sites like Pixabay and Unsplash, which I will be happy to discuss with you.

  • How many months do I have to commit to?

    Just one! We’ll work on a month-by-month basis and you can cancel my services at any time.

  • What happens if I don’t like a blog post?

    I know it sometimes takes a few passes at a post (especially at first) to get the tone and feel just right for your unique business.

    That’s why you’ll get two rounds of edits included with each post. Once you provide your feedback, I’ll tweak and fiddle and adjust and send it back for another look!

  • What format do I get blog posts in?

    I'll provide all blog content in Google Docs.

  • How long will it take to receive my first blog post from you?

    That depends on my workload. I always do my best to meet quick turnarounds for clients, but I also have to complete the work I’ve already committed to. Rush jobs may incur additional fees.

  • What if I want you to add the blog to my website?

    I’m always willing to talk about extras. If it’s something I can do, I’ll do my best to help. But I’m not a graphic designer or social media manager.

  • What if I want longer/shorter blogs, or more/fewer than four per month?

    $500 per month is my base rate for blog writing services. But if you want 6 blog posts, or 4 2,000 word blog posts, I’ll be happy to provide a rate.

*EDWC does not guarantee any increase in web traffic or domain authority, since promotion of your blog content is a necessary part of this process.