YOUR POINT OF VIEW IS UNIQUE.
And it can’t be articulated in writing by someone who hasn’t had an in-depth conversation with you.
While many content generating businesses with a roster of writers can generate a lot of content, it’s not necessarily content anyone wants to read, nor is it useful. Most important, it’s not unique to you. Do a quick online search on “content farms” and you’ll find plenty of warnings to stay away.
My Conversation to Content service is all about you, your expertise, and your point of view.
It’s your voice. I’m simply the person putting it in writing.
I understand the challenges of writing content to share with your community on a regular basis. You’re busy serving your clients and your content marketing tends to take a back seat.
That’s why I developed my content creation service.
Here’s how it works:
You let me know the topic you wish to cover and what you want readers to gain from the article. From this information, I do a bit of research to come up with valid questions. We meet over Zoom when I will ask you pertinent questions that are designed to elicit the information you want to share with your audience.
Our conversation is recorded, and the recording is transcribed.
From that transcript, I write your articles.
Your point of view.
As a certified ghostwriter, I understand how to write in your voice.
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I highly recommend Carole’s content writing service. She helped me share my message.
As a non-native English speaker, writing blog posts was quite an obstacle for me. But with the help of Carole’s service, it is no longer one.
The first step was an interview where Carole asked me questions that helped to clarify a topic people would be interested in and the information and exercises that I wanted to share with my audience. I really loved this part because it help me to understand how good blog articles are written and the questions help me to structure the material.
Based on her questions, it was super easy for me to provide Carole with all the necessary raw material for the blog post.
I deeply enjoyed the whole process. Not only because I got a blog article that I’m excited about, but I actually learned so much about writing and content creating.
Thank you, Carole.
You’ve nailed many things, which is impressive since you barely know me and my work, and we just had one conversation.
I LOVED your questions. I’m going to take note of those because they were fantastic jumping off points. As an auditory processor, this was the most valuable part of the process for me. Having you ask the questions meant I could be free to answer without trying to write it all down and interrupt my flow.
Thanks you again, Carole.
Ready to share your unique point of view?