Search Engine Copywriting
Search engine copywriting covers a variety of services, from marketing copywriting, to web copywriting, to article copywriting. Our professional search engine copywriters can deliver to your site powerful marketing copy that delivers a punch, both to human visitors and to search engines.
Just as important, however, is the creation of content on an ongoing basis for the purpose of syndication and link building. Obviously, prior to syndication of content, you must have content to syndicate. This is where we come in.
Our copywriters will pen powerful articles on a regular basis, and syndicate them out on your behalf. We function as a ghost writer and all content is attributed to you and is posted on your web site. The syndication of these articles then creates hundreds or thousands of inbound links as third party sites pick up these articles for redistribution and link back to you as the article source. The regular creation of fresh content posted to your site also increases its ranking in and of itself, as Google especially seems to have a hunger for fresh content, favoring sites which produce fresh content on a regular basis over sites with static, stale content. Regular copywriting is thus an integral part of a solid search engine marketing strategy.
To make an article more likely to be widely syndicated, the article must provide useful information worthy of publication. Therefore, we do not author mindless, meaningless, pointless articles. Our articles are intended to be educational and informative. They are not marketing articles, but rather articles intended to capture the widest audience possible by providing solid advice or information on subject matters related to your industry. Within each article we embed anchor text links containing keyphrases important to your business, which link back to you.
Our EwingEnterprise copywriters are all degreed and professional search engine copywriters. We can write on most any subject. And don’t worry – we do it all, from research, to writing, to syndication. You never have to lift a finger…or a pen.