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Do you have a website in need of blog content?

Many small businesses and entrepreneurs love what they do but don't have the interest in developing regular blog posts for their website. Many successful blogs post new content every day. Other experts advocate at least once a week for providing new reading material on your site.

Blog content is an important step to creating the right social media strategy for your business. The right content will draw people to your site and keep them coming back to read more about what you have to say.
Blogging is my passion. Hire me to provide regular content to your website. 

The cost of your blogging package will depend on your specific needs. A typical service includes 4 original blog posts, ranging between 350 and 500 words, focused on your business.

If you are interested in taking your blog to the next level we can discuss options to add comment moderation and responses as well as social media promotion to your monthly blogging package. Pricing will vary based on your customized solution and will typically be hourly.

If you have a website and but can't keep up with the blog consider me to help with your content creation.  

Contact me at lmlavoie [at] gmail [dot] com for more information. We can discuss your content, your ideas, and determine the right blogging strategy for you.

To preserve the privacy of my clients, a list of ghost-written content is available only by request.

What is a ghost writer?

A ghostwriter creates content that is officially credited to another person. This is very common for business blogs.

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