Content writing and management
Keeping your website fresh for those SEO spiders, solving your customers’ problems with a sharp blog that cuts straight to what they need, sending out newsletters that people actually want to open.
It’s exhausting too. You have much more important things to be doing in your business than writing weekly newsletters and blogs.
Or perhaps your web designer has asked you for content so they can finish your site and you just don’t know where to start.
INDIE ESSENTIALS CAN HELP
We work with independent businesses to create website copy, newsletters, and blogs. Our services also include content management, repurposing, and editing.
Membership sites are our specialist area. We understand that websites can easily become unruly and difficult to manage. Our years of experience saves you time.
Take a look at our services page to see how we can help.
Brew Time Podcast
Check out the latest episodes of the Brew Time podcast. Perfect brew-drinking length episodes of content advice and longer guest interviews with business owners doing content differently
Episode 20 - How to get consistent in your blogging In today’s episode, I want to chat about getting more consistent in your blogging. Whether you lack inspiration or time, listen to this episode for tips that will help you get organised and create a blogging schedule...
Episode 19 - Blogging vs podcasting - which is the best format to use? In this brew-length episode, I take a look at blogging v podcasting and which is the better medium for marketing your business. I'm the lovely Yorkshire voice behind the Brew Time podcast. I'm a...
Have a look at the latest blogs for help and support with your own content.
Does writing a blog really make a difference to your business? I can hand on heart say it does for a few reasons. And here’s why. 1. You show that you know I’m training someone to become a content writer at the moment. One of the first things I told them to do was go...
I write a lot about content on this blog and assume that for you, content means copy. But that’s doing a disservice for the many different types of content out there that a business can make use of in their communications. Plus, you might find that written content...
If you want to become a content manager, you’ll probably need to know where being a content writer stops and being a content manager starts. I’ve got a blog that goes into this in detail right here, but if you want to short cut that, a content writer will do the...