Health and fitness blogging services that get results.
Health and fitness blogging isn’t just about coming up with words and pushing publish. There is so much more that goes into it.
Research: The key to a good blog post is knowing what your target readers want to know. If they want to learn more about online marketing, then a post about traditional marketing isn’t really going to do well, is it?
Optimisation: You won’t have to worry about black hat SEO techniques here such as keyword stuffing. All posts will be optimised for search engines (and without making you sound like a robot).
Finding your voice: Each post will reflect your brand’s voice and personality.
Sourcing image/s: I’ll just say it now, I am not a designer or photographer. What I am though, is an excellent researcher and blogger who knows how to source royalty-free photos to enhance the written message.
Here is how my health and fitness blogging services work
1. We talk, either by phone call, Skype or Google Hangout
We talk about your business, your current blogging strategy (if you have one) and what you are looking for. I will also ask questions to cover key things I need to know to proceed including:
- The number of blog posts
- If keyword research is involved or if you have keywords you would like me to cover
- The average word count of each post/s
- If you require me to upload the post onto WordPress or your chosen CMS myself
- How the post will be published. You have three options (from lowest price to highest):
- My name, bio and website/social links
- Just my name, or
- As your company or guest blogger
2. I give you a quote
My health and fitness blogging rates do vary depending on the project scope. This is why it is important for me to find out the information listed above so I can give you an exact rate according to your needs.
To give you an idea of my pricing, my rates start at a minimum of $150USD (typically a 500-word post).
I’ll send you a contract that clearly outlines everything we discussed, once all parties are in agreement. I do require a 50% upfront fee with all new clients before I begin any work. I invoice the remaining 50% at the end of the project/month.
3. You review my work.
Upon our agreement, I revise and edit my work 1 time.
4. I send you an invoice.
Upon full payment, all the copy and content is yours to keep.