WordPress Blog Article Writing Services Brought to You by Tom Ewer
If you are in search of a reputable WordPress writer with a proven track record of producing top-quality articles that can boost traffic and secure more customers, you’re in the right place.
My rate ranges from 18–26 cents per word. Get in touch to discuss your needs now!
My work has been featured on world-famous blogs such as Mashable, Lifehacker, Smashing Magazine and SitePoint.
I have contributed to other well-known blogs such as Microlancer, WPExplorer, WooThemes, Bidsketch, Flippa and Wired Advisor.
I am also the founder of Leaving Work Behind and Beginner Blogging.
In total, I have written over 1,000 blog posts on over 100 blogs.
Quality of Service
By working with me and my team you can expect a level of professionalism and efficiency of service that is all too rare amongst freelance bloggers.
We pride ourselves on producing only the best content and nothing goes out that I am not happy to put my name to.
We guarantee satisfaction by offering unlimited revisions on every article we produce. Having said that, revision requests are extremely rare.
Social Media Promotion
Furthermore, as a client of mine you can tap into my powerful social media networks.
The work we produce for clients can be published to my ~15,000 strong Twitter profile (when relevant to my audience) and occasionally to my 2,000+ strong Facebook account. I also share select articles with my 6,000+ strong email list.
Below you will find excerpts from a selection of my articles published across the web along with links to the full posts.
How To Add An Author Box to Your WordPress Site (WPExplorer)
“As you probably know, an author bio box increases the authenticity of your blog. Although publishing anonymously has its uses, it does not compare to the value of authenticity. An author bio builds trust with your readers. People don’t just want to read the info you publish on your blog, they also want to know who you are. It’s easier for people to trust you when they can associate the content they read with an actual person.”
Turn Casual Visitors into Customers with a WordPress Slide-in Signup Form (WPMU DEV)
“Most site admins focus far too heavily on traffic at the expense of what truly matters. And while what truly matters is up to you, it shouldn’t be traffic.
Why? Because traffic doesn’t represent anything useful. The number of eyeballs on your site simply isn’t as important as more relevant factors, such as the percentage of those eyeballs who subscribe to your email list or make a purchase.”
Twenty Free WordPress Plugins Every Photographer Needs to Know About (Graph Paper Press)
“Making your website stand out online is hard work. However, a poorly designed or functioning website can be the difference between making a sale or losing a client.
Fortunately, WordPress is our savior. We have thousands of themes to choose from and even more plugins to provide additional functionality.
If you’re a photographer, you need plugins that can highlight your work, boost your audience and monetize your passion. Thankfully, there are tons of great options out there to help you organize your pictures, optimize your social channels and sell more of your work. Below you’ll find a list we’ve compiled of the best WordPress plugins to make your photography site stand out. Enjoy!”
26 Best WordPress Themes for Artists (aThemes)
“Marble is a fantastic example of stunning simplicity in action. If you have a lot of art to share and you have confidence in it standing on its own two feet (rather than having to be supported by a complex design), it could be the right theme for you.
You can immediately tell that Marble was designed with mobile displays in mind – while the desktop version of the site looks superb, the design adapts and degrades beautifully to smaller devices. Beyond that, the developers have done very little to get in the way of what really matters: enabling visitors to browse through your artwork with intuitive ease.
The theme offers multiple layout options for the homepage, blog and shop. If you like the look of this design, its flexibility will ensure that you can make it work closely or precisely to your requirements.”
7 Things You Need to Do Before Launching an Online Store (WooThemes)
“Gearing up for the big launch of your online store can be a bit overwhelming.
After all, there are a lot of factors to take into consideration. Is your site as good as it can be? Are your products interesting enough to capture attention? Is there a market for them?
These are things that you take care of in the early planning stages of your business – when it’s more of an “on paper” thing than a “real” thing. I’m going to assume you’ve got your bases covered on that stuff.
For now, I want to talk about the things you need to do right before you hit publish on that e-commerce site you’ve been working on day and night. Those things that, when done properly, can launch your business head and shoulders above the competition.”
Top Social Media Networks: Which One(s) Are Right For Your Online Business? (IvyCat)
“Social media outlets are superb tools for customer acquisition and retention, but with countless social media networks out there, where do you begin? You shouldn’t be taking a scattergun approach to your social media marketing; you need to carefully choose the right platform(s) to target your intended audience.
Fortunately, thanks to periodic research done on social media usage and adoption trends, you can now pinpoint a specific audience to target based on which platform they flock to mostly.
Here is how you can plan a social media presence that’s engaging and rewarding.”
5 Reasons We’re Meant to Work (Bidsketch)
“I believe that we’re meant to work.
Since it’s most people’s goal to escape the rat race, that may seem counter-intuitive, but it’s true. As humans, we were created for a purpose and that purpose isn’t to sit in front of the television for hours and hours on end watching shows or playing video games. Just a hunch!
Instead we’re meant to contribute – in many different ways. Here are five reasons I believe we’re meant to work.”
Clients both past and present only have good things to say about me.
Sean Hodge, Microlancer
“Tom thinks and writes with clarity. He’s an entrepreneur, tuned-in online, that will grasp your business needs and help you meet your goals. Tom is a creative idea generator and delivers quality, strategic content.”
Ruben Gamez, Bidsketch
“Tom is simply one of the best, most reliable writers you’ll come across. His ability to write high-quality, shareable content, coupled with his attention to detail, and professionalism, are extremely hard to find. Trust me, I’ve hired and worked with many writers.”
James Mowery, ManageWP
“Tom has been the man responsible for managing, producing, and growing ManageWP’s blog on a daily basis. Even though the demands on his time are great, the content has always and continually been exceptional, along with always being produced in a timely manner.”
Steph Sammons, Wired Advisor
“Tom has a knack for crafting articles that effectively break down complex concepts. His knowledge of the digital and social media space runs deep, and I’ve been extremely satisfied with Tom’s ability to create high quality content for our firm that is geared toward our specific target markets.”
Brin Wilson, WinningWP
“An excellent writer who seems to really know what he’s talking about on a wide variety of subjects, Tom goes over and above what’s expected to produce superb content. Timely, insightful and dependable, in short: a pleasure to deal with!”
Steve Chou, My Wife Quit Her Job
“Tom is an awesome writer and is responsible and easy to work with. I wholeheartedly recommend him, especially if you’re looking for killer content.”
James Farmer, WPMU
“Tom is independent, driven, focused and able to get results. He will, without a shadow of a doubt, be an asset to your organization.”
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