Blog & Case Studies
Blogs are an essential tool for businesses, especially when you’re building your online presence.
With a regular blog you can:
- Share your expertise to build your credibility with your audience
- Boost your SEO to get found more easily on Google
- Build trust and create a following for your brand
I can write blogs for you which share your knowledge, and your personality. The life-cycle of a blog extends far beyond the article. An easy way to squeeze added value from your blogs is by repurposing them as social media posts, or newsletters.
For help with a one-off, or regular blogs, please get in touch.
One of the best ways to showcase how you help your clients is through case studies. It’s a natural way to slot in some social proof too with a flattering testimonial highlighting what a great job you did.
But there’s more to writing a case study than bullet-point listing what you did. You need to tell a story. And that’s my forte. I’ll write compelling case studies for you that are interesting to read, and demonstrate your expertise.
If you’d like me to write you a case study, or a series of case studies, please send me an email or book a discovery call
Newsletters keep you front of mind with your clients and remind them of the ways you add value to your clients. Sending a monthly newsletter builds rapport with your audience, and helps them to get to know you and understand your business better. It’s a friendly and informative check-in with your customer base.
Your newsletters need to be regular to get the most value from them. And for most busy business-owners, it’s the first thing to jettison from a groaning to-do list.
Get all the benefits of your newsletter without having to sit down and write it. I’ll do it for you.
Instructing a solicitor – how do you do it and what’s involved? | HooperHyde
Arbitration – sorry what? | HooperHyde
The case went against me – can I appeal? | HooperHyde
American TV Drama vs Reality | HooperHyde
This claim is ridiculous! What to do if you’ve been served with a claim that has its facts all wrong | HooperHyde
There wasn’t a formal contract, but I can still get paid for the work I did… Can’t I? | HooperHyde