Your words reflect on your reputation and the quality of your idea, your product, your firm. Whether you present them in a blog post, an e-newsletter, or a social media entry or comment you leave somewhere else on the Internet, the-blog-editor and our team can collaborate with you—content writers and bloggers or others—to ensure that whatever message you want to convey lands in a clear and readable way that upholds and reinforces your goals.
Your blog’s message, and the message you want to convey in every post, must be clearly understood to make your point. But, maybe that’s not your strength?
Then, let’s work together to get there.
My thought: you know what you want to say; so, you should do the writing—you should at least draft your initial wording. While the-freelance-editor or another member of our team can provide ghostwriting services, you are the expert; you know best what to say—so, you should do the writing.
the-blog-editor comes in after you scribble your notes, arrange your ideas, flesh out your thoughts: to polish what you write—to make suggestions for improvement, to correct your spelling and grammar errors, and to erase questions about your logic.
As the-blog-editor, my team and I will work with you to ensure that your blog posts tell your readers what you want to tell them and to ensure that you state your information so your readers understand and respect your message. Doing so will enable your readers to see you as the capable and intelligent “expert” that you are, rather than a sloppy, careless promoter—which may be the element that distinguishes your blog from many of your competitors and makes the sale!
In a similar fashion, our team can also collaborate with you to improve the social media entries, posts and comments, you make on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, or other sites you use, ensuring that they, too, convey whatever message you want to send in a clear and readable way that upholds and reinforces your reputation.
The same thoughts apply to e-newsletters or other publications you and your organization produce. After all, how your message is presented reflects on your reputation and the quality of your idea, your product, your firm.
Are you new to blogging?
Are you just now thinking about starting a blog? Are you wondering how to create a blog? Or, are you not even sure what a blog can do for you or your business? Are you debating whether you need a blog or a larger presence, like, maybe a website?
the-blog-editor will help you discover what a blog can do for you, and we’ll show you how to start a blog. We’ll even work with you to maintain a blog, if that’s what you need.
What questions do you have?
the-blog-editor is also here to help answer blog questions, research blog information, and assist with blog writing—anything you might need to make your blog entries their best. Now, let’s address some common questions clients have about blogging and my services:
- You mentioned you could help with “social media entries”—what does that mean?
- Can you help with e-newsletters? They’re almost the same thing, aren’t they?
- But, you won’t write my blog post for me?
- How do we get started? How does it work? What is the process for you helping me?
- What will your services cost me?
Ready to get started?
If you’re ready to start blogging, here are some websites and additional pages that might help you out:
Then, whenever you have time to take action, call our team so we can help you out . . .
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If you still have questions or concerns after exploring our site or if you’re ready to see how we can
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As a professional freelance
editor (which means my services
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organization that needs them),
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you—the author, the originator,
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