What makes a piece of furniture so special that you must buy it?
Or that kitchen design so perfect that it’s going to make our lives easier?
If you’re a designer, supplier, maker or restorer you need to be able to stand out from your competition and make that information easy for your ideal client to find.
A blog post, for example, is far more than a few lines sitting in an inbox. It’s a chance to make a good impression. An opportunity for potential clients to go behind-the-scenes and get to know you. A reason for them to contact you.
Here’s the techy bit. It’s also very valuable for your website’s SEO (Search Engine Optimization) because Google sees that your website is regularly updated and therefore active. Which makes it rank you higher than those it deems inactive.
It also gives you an opportunity to rank for your most important keywords. Those words or phrases you want to
An interior designer in Tunbridge Wells who regularly updates their website with blog posts will rank higher for the terms ‘interior designer Tunbridge Wells’ than one who doesn’t.
By getting to know you and your business, I can help you make those connections. I’ll tell your story through carefully researched,
With deadlines and fees agreed in advance, and me just a phone call away, you’ll always know what to expect.
Freeing up your time, and
“Rachael is a superb interiors writer.
When interviewing you for a piece of writing, Rachael puts you at ease, so you can discuss everything about your business openly and naturally.
Incredibly, from that passionate overload of information, Rachael somehow condenses it into a coherant and articulate piece of writing. Presenting your business accurately and with clarity and finding those nuggets of information which demonstrate what it is that sets your business apart.
I would highly recommend her services and would not hesitate to work with her again.”
Charlotte Williams – Founder of bespoke kitchen company Charlotte Williams Design – www.c-w-design.co.uk