The secret to building a great team Dena@Write-SolutionsJust now·4 min read I never aspired to be anyone’s boss. I worked for years as a paralegal, took some time off to raise kids, and then re-entered the workforce when the gig economy was just getting started. I wanted the freedom to work from anywhere, and IContinue reading “The Best Managers Hire People More Intelligent Than Themselves”
That first year was a lot of learning, bluster, and some “fake it till you make it” mentality.
Optimizing marketing efforts to maximize results Dena@Write-SolutionsFeb 4 · 4 min read Great attorneys have little time to invest in a comprehensive marketing strategy. Branding, blog writing, SEO strategy, social media, and a flawless website design are crucial yet time-consuming necessities to help grow a legal practice. Many large firms have in-house marketing teams that handle the dayContinue reading “Legal Marketing in 2021“
It takes so much more than an ability to string words together Dena@Write-Solutions8 hours ago·5 min read I am still relatively new on the full-time freelancing journey, but in my second year, I see many new freelancers struggling to find their place in a highly-competitive field. The following is an open letter to all thoseContinue reading “An Open Letter to Those Considering Freelance Writing as a Career“
You only get one chance to make a first impression The ultimate purpose of a website is to deliver traffic and drive conversions. It can seem like a cost-saving idea to design your site yourself. However, unless you are experienced in website design, there is some risk in the do-it-yourself plan. Think about where youContinue reading “The Three Things the Best Websites Have in Common“
As a consumer, I can assure you that nothing will make me bounce from a site faster than poorly written content if I land on your page looking for a product or a service.
Meeting the client’s needs is what you are being paid to do, so be prepared to do revisions and re-writes on what you thought was a good piece of writing.
Dena@Write-SolutionsSep 10 · 4 min read Defining the purpose and goals of content in your marketing strategy Content marketing, at its heart, is the creation of relevant, valuable content intended to attract and retain a specific audience. The purpose, ultimately, is to build brand awareness and drive conversions. There seems to be some confusion about content marketing vs.Continue reading “Content Marketing 101”
If you want your site to rank on the first two pages (and you do, because past that, your site is virtually invisible)…..