How To Write Quality Content For A Website

Website ContentWriting quality content for your website can be a daunting task for most business owners and webmasters. The fact is is that most business owners don’t know how to or don’t what to write about their products or services. In this article I will help you understand what it will take to write good content for your business website. Even if your writing skills are terrible, this article will help you.

It’s All About Quality Content

Go all out when writing about your products and services. Make sure that that you give a proper introduction, give a detailed description and describe your product or service features in detail. Remember your website up and running 24/7 and people will come back over and over before they actually buy something. That’s why your content needs to be top drawer on every single page of your site.

Do Not Copy Content From Other Websites

Copying content from competitors or other websites is not only illegal, it can get your site blacklisted on Google Search. Even if you change some of the words to make it look original. Google will know if you are being a copycat webmaster. Always write 100% original content for your products and services. Even if they are identical to other products and services. Having a unique perspective can be much more useful to your site visitors than copy and pasted text and could lead to more sales.

Avoid Short Content

Nothing frustrates website visitors more than not having enough content to read about any product or service. Just having a bullet list of items is not going to cut it. Search Engines also like to see a good amount of quality content on any given page. Set yourself a goal to write at least 250 to 500 words per page.

Check Your Spelling & Grammar

This is the biggest mistake that I make when writing content for a website is spelling and grammar. Always double check your writing to spot misspellings and grammatical errors in your page copy.

Write For Site Visitors & Not Search Engines

Many websites look terrible when they are keyword stuffed with nonsensical gibberish. The weird content will turn off customers and scare them away. Just write about your products and services the same way as you would describe it to someone in person.

For more information about content writing and Search Engine Optimization visit my SEO page.

About Matthew Shuey

I focus on internet marketing, front end web development and social media services for entrepreneurs and startups in the United States. I'm an avid Google+ user and I am easily accessible there. For more information please visit my Google+ Profile

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