Business Blog Writers FAQs

by Jenny on December 17, 2010

As I have said before, using an e-mail for a blog post is actually ideal sometimes.  Here’s an example of one that I can use for a blog post that will also help readers who are considering our services.

This is a Q & A session I had with a client that had questions for me before coming on board with us.

Do your require long-term contracts (6 months, 12 months, etc.)?

NO – hopefully we can keep people’s business without committing them to contracts.

How is content supplied (word, direct through Compendium, etc.)?

The first two sample posts will sent to you through e-mail as an attachment in Microsoft Word – if you are OK with them, then I will ask that you set up a username and password for us and then we will post them directly to your system(s).  Those two sample posts will then count towards your number of posts per month.

Do we need to provide you with a Compendium blog login?

Yes, but let’s make sure you like our writing first!

What is your content approval process?

Just like it is in Compendium – we submit and you approve, edit and approve or decline with a reason why.  That way you always see and read the content before it is live on your company’s website.

Do you have someone proofread before content is submitted?

Yes, that’s me. The writer saves it as a draft and then I go in proofread and then submit it to your admin.

How do your authors go about targeting specific keywords? Would they reference our “compended” keyword blogs and use keywords in post titles and content where fit?

This depends on what you’re looking for.  Some clients specifically mark keywords for us to target, others just have us use the ones that show up in that “targeted keywords” area on Compendium by default.  Yes, we can use keywords in titles.


Do you have any questions for Business Blog Writers?  Please feel free to contact us for a blog writing quote.

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