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  • Do you want to build a stronger connection with your eCommerce customers? Then I want you to spend every morning away from your computer, and with your loved ones this holiday season. I’ll create your content for you. : EntrepreneurRideAlong

     Arianna updated 2 years, 11 months ago 1 Member · 1 Post
  • Arianna

    December 5, 2019 at 5:16 am

    Do you want to build a stronger connection with your Auto, Moto, ATV and eCommerce customers?

    You know content is king when it comes to building a lasting connection with your customers. I’ll handle your article writing today. Then, you can take a load off, and relax with your family over the holidays. It’s worth every penny to focus on what really matters.

    I completely understand how tough it can be to get the right work/life balance when running your own eCommerce site. Your goal is financial freedom doing something that you love, and all the leg work of content creation is sucking hours out of your life every month.

    I set out to start my own journey to financial freedom over two years ago when I made the switch to working for myself. It’s not easy to do it all, but I’m here to help you get one step closer to a relaxing day by taking some of the workload off of you, and putting it on me. Take a minute to kick back, and enjoy your coffee tomorrow morning. I’ll handle all of your content creation in a common sense approach to give value back to your customers, and you can plan your next big move without being glued to your keyboard.

    -Thanks, that sounds like a great plan, Terry. What will you do to help my website?

    There are a couple of important practices that I stick to when writing automotive content. Here’s a really quick look at the common sense principles I strive to offer for every customer experience. You don’t have to wait hours for a sample of my work, I’m going to give you everything you need to know about my process. You can take this information and keep writing your own content. But, I’m so confident that you’ll love my method, and I know you’ll be beating down my door so you can start enjoying your mornings again. Hey buddy, you just take a load off, and put your alarm clock on snooze tomorrow. I’ve got this.

    All I want to do is leave you wondering this one question at the end of my post:

    If Terry can do this much with just one idea, then what great stuff can he do for my business?

    I want you to seriously ask yourself that question. If I don’t have you wondering in the next five minutes, then turn off your screen, walk outside, and forget I even exist. Because if I can’t get that thought into your head, then I’m not worth the salt on your scrambled eggs. But if I do get your wheels turning and a few great ideas start bouncing around, then you know how to get in touch.

    Let’s get started: You can be Bob for a minute, and I’ll keep being me.

    1. The main focus and keywords

    Let’s get started: You can be Bob for a minute, and I’ll keep being me.

    First, I’ll brainstorm a strong topic that’s near and dear to your business. Let’s say you own a motorcycle parts & service store in Arizona called Big Bob’s Street Rossi Store, and you want to offer helpful articles that promote one of your services like drive chain cleaning and replacement. I’d pick out an aftermarket chain that you have on your website, and use that as a hyperlink in the article/post.

    Next, I would focus on the main keywords based on your store’s physical location, in this case I’d go with:

    [Motorcycle Chain Repair Tempe AZ]

    Then I’d draft a professionally written title: [60-75 characters for SEO purposes]

    3 Easy Ways To Extend The Life Of Your Motorcycle Chain in Tempe, AZ”

    For this example:

    Focus Keyword with location: Motorcycle Chain Repair Tempe AZ

    Secondary Keyword: Big Bob’s Street Rossi Store

    Subsection topics Including:

    Chain Cleaning

    Checking Tension

    Sprocket Inspection

    Now, this is the stage where a lot of other content misses the mark. I keep the phrasing simple and to the point. That way you’re more likely to attract the type of customer that wants what you have to offer. You could stuff the article full of ineffective keywords in an attempt to rank a little higher on Google, but it’s not what it’s cracked up to be. The bottom line all comes down to whether or not the person visiting your site feels like you’ve helped them. They want a solution to their problem, and you can win a huge amount trust by giving it to them. I firmly believe in my method of customer-centered content creation.

    2. Common Sense Content Approach

    You might be wondering why I didn’t just come up with a generic blog title like “ Come get your motorcycle chain fixed at Big Bob’s Street Rossi.” or “ Best Selection, Best Prices With Big Bob’s Expert Chain Repair Technicians in Tempe, AZ”

    It’s not by mistake, and I’ve got the best reasoning behind it. People absolutely hate advertisements and sales pitches. I know first hand. Before I started using my skills to create great content for entrepreneurs, I was a sales rep in my home state of South Carolina. And when I was perusing that career, I couldn’t stand to hear some of the words that came out of my coworkers’ mouths. They had a real disconnect with their clients, and it really hammered the point home that my grandfather always taught me: Show your customers dignity, and treat people like friends.

    Now, I was all about finding new and exciting ways to make a lasting impression on everyone I met. I paid close attention to what was working, and the mistakes all the other sales agents were making. I knew that the only way to make an impact on the people around me was through giving back. I didn’t understand a thing about sales strategies or how to do a presentation. What I do know is how to connect with complete strangers almost instantly: I treat everyone like they are my best friend in the world, and show them that they matter to me.

    In my opinion, that’s what so many businesses are lacking today.

    I want to help you figure out how to do that for your customers. Since you’ve stuck around with me this far, I’m sure you’re one of those few individuals that really cares about your business. I’m not willing to throw my clients under the bus just to get a little more traffic this month, and you probably feel the same way.

    What does a person who needs a new motorcycle chain search for?

    How to fix it- Why it happened – What they can do about it.

    That’s why the first 80% of every article I write for you will be focused on their needs, not on some pushy advertising scheme that hardly ever works anyways. I want your customer to come to your site and keep coming back because they absolutely love what you can do for them.

    4. Easy To Read and Understand

    Each article I write for you is broken up into 5 main sections with HTML headers.

    Section 1: Each article starts with a Meta description for SEO purposes that you can cut and paste into your WordPress site. The H1 header contains the main title, and it touches on the problems that your customer wants an answer to.

    Meta Description Example: [250 Characters]

    Motorcycle chains naturally wear out overtime, and need to be replaced. It’s not fun installing a new chain but, you can get the most out of it by sticking to 3 easy maintenance habits. Clean it regularly, check the tension, and inspect your sprocket.

    Main Title Header Example:

    <h1> “3 Easy Ways To Extend The Life Of Your Motorcycle Chain in Tempe, AZ”

    Every motorcycle chain eventually wears out. That’s true for all models from cruisers to super-sports. No one wants to have their bike in the shop for a new chain, but you can get the most out of your chain by picking up these three easy maintenance habits.

    Section 2-4: This is the main body of the text, each sub-header is given a unique title that delivers common sense advice to prevent or solve the problem.

    The main focus keyword will be mentioned once in these three sections in a natural way without sounding salesy. This is done in an effort to improve their engagement. It lets your readers know that you’re here to help them first, and build that valuable bond as a trustworthy business.

    You might have already noticed the keyword I’ve picked for this example can be a little tricky to get into the article naturally. That’s on purpose to show the versatility of great search terms, and to demonstrate my skills as a writer. In the meantime, I’ve found a link to a chain tension tool on the Big Bob website, and I’ll go ahead and let your reader know that they want it. I’m not going to link it in that section, but you’ll see how I bring it all back home in the final section of your perfect motorcycle article.

    Content Body Section Example:

    Focus Keyword with Geolocation: Motorcycle Chain Repair Tempe AZ

    <h2> Clean your Chain Regularly </h2>

    One of the most important parts of owning a motorcycle is making sure that your chain is clean. A small amount of dirt can have a big effect on performance, and it can put you at risk of breaking a chain while riding. That’s the last thing you want to happen on your ride this weekend with the guys. Even built up grime can cause extra strain on sensitive components, and that leads to excessive wearing on your sprocket. Always use motorcycle grade cleaner and lubricant when maintaining your chain. Give it a quick clean along with a visual inspection after long trips, and do a thorough cleaning at least once per month. It’s best to use a small brush to really get in between the grooves.

    <h2> Inspect Your Sprocket </h2>

    The next crucial part of getting the most from your motorcycle chain is checking on your sprocket. This part of your bike transfers the driving force from your chain to the wheel, and it is responsible for almost all of the normal wear on the average motorcycle. It’s usually made from a much harder metal than the chain components so that it doesn’t need to be replaced as often. The reason for that is because the process of changing a sprocket is much more labor-intensive than putting on a new chain. It might even require most of your bike to be dissembled to replace it. The reason why it’s so important to have your sprocket inspected is that a damaged sprocket can wear through chains very quickly. You can do a basic visual inspection by looking for worn edges, or you can get an exact inspection by a licensed Motorcycle Chain Repair Tempe AZ professional.

    <h2> Checking Your Chain Tension </h2>

    There are lots of reasons that a chain can fall out of the recommended tension specs. You know that a faulty sprocket can allow too much movement in your chain, and your chain itself deteriorates over time. Checking the chain tension is one of the best ways to catch an issue before it ends up costing you. You can find lots of tension measuring tools on the market, and they are easy to use. You need to check your tension at least once every 500 miles on a street motorcycle. Grab your manual to find out the correct amount of slack, and put your bike in neutral on your mechanic stand. Measure from the center point. If your motorcycle is outside of the parameters, then it’s a good sign that you need to take it in for servicing.

    Section 5: This is the call to action

    Your secondary keyword is usually going to be mentioned twice in this section. One time in the header, and the second time in the body of the content. Your primary focus keyword will also be mentioned again in this section. The purpose of this brief conclusion to the article is to let the customer know that you offer all the services they want, and they can buy a solution to their problem straight from you. It’s a friendly way to remind them that you’ve got their back. I’ll mention a little bit about your business, and encourage them to go ahead and have their motorcycle inspected.

    For this example:

    Focus Keyword with location: Motorcycle Chain Repair Tempe AZ

    Secondary Keyword: Big Bob’s Street Rossi Store

    [Hyperlink]**: www,bigbobsrs,com/Holleytensiontool/

    <h3> Schedule Your Chain Repairs And Service with Big Bob’s Street Rossi Store Tempe AZ </h3>

    Our team of expert Motorcycle Chain Repair Tempe AZ technicians have got your back. We service all makes and models. It doesn’t matter if it’s new, or old, we treat your bike like it’s our own. We’ve been servicing the Tempe area for over 25 years at Big Bob’s Street Rossi Store, and we know our way around top-notch maintenance. Check out our [Holley Tension Tools], and all the other motorcycle performance parts we have to offer. Then, stop by our store, and say hello.

    This Is What I Want Big Bob’s Morning To Be Like Every Single Day:

    Big Bob rolls out of bed without a care in the world. He opens his email with a big smile on his face. Bob doesn’t set an alarm on his off-days, since he found me. He sips on his morning coffee, Puts a dash of salt on his eggs, and he hit’s reply.

    [To: From: bigbob@bigbobsrs,com]

    [Re: Got Your Next Article Ready For The Holidays Bob]

    Now that’s a great article.”

    – Bob

    CEO of Big Bob’s Street Rossi Store Tempe, AZ

    If that doesn’t get you fired up, then you need some new spark plugs!

    If you’re out there and you’re looking for an answer to content creation, then I believe in you. I hope you believe in me, too. Take what I’ve given you here, and make something happen in your life, today. I’ll be waiting to make your next morning great, and if I’m ever around, I’ll stop in and buy you lunch.

    What do I need to get you writing for me, Terry?

    1. An Email Address

    2. A Business/Personal Name for Invoicing Purposes

    3. A Big Smile For All The Time I’ll Save You

    • Contact:

    • Offer: Professional Articles For Your eCommerce Store

    • Price: $50.00 Each

    • Word Count: up to 600 Words

    • HTML: Headers and Bulleted Lists Upon Request

    • Min/Max Limit: No Limit (Within A Reasonable Time Frame)

    • Turn-Around: Estimated 1-2 Business days to completion for every 5 articles (depending on workload)

    • Delivery: A digital word document sent to your preferred email address.

    • Payments: A direct invoice payable through most major banks using the PayPal secure invoicing system. Delivered to your preferred email address.

    • Terms: No obligation, no upfront fee, no hassle, and no problems. Invoices aren’t sent until you approve of the content, and you can publish it anywhere you want when the payment is processed.

    Big Bob isn’t the only person I can help. You can contact me with any writing related project, and I’ll be glad to help you spend less time on the keyboard, and more time with your family this holiday season. And remember, I’ll believe in you, if you’ll believe in me.

    Bonus Points: Now, if you want to do me a huge favor for all the great free tips I just gave you, then do this before you email me. I’ve got one request that won’t cost you a dime, and it means more to me than any amount of money on the face of the earth.

    If I’ve been able to help you out or inspire you in any way, There’s one nice little thing you can do for me this Christmas. Go tell Frank Kern this is the best copy writing you’ve ever seen, because if it weren’t for guys like him and his friend John, I wouldn’t be here for guys like you. He inspired me to be the best I can be, and that’s worth more than anything to me. That’s just 10 seconds for you to write one sentence, but it means the whole world to me. Thanks in advance!

    If we get his attention, then I’ll sip on my cup of Cafe Bustelo with jingle bells on my toes till Saint Nick comes rolling down my chimney.

    Have a very Merry Christmas!

    Kindest Regards,

    -Terry Jones

    What great stuff can I do for your business? Let me know!

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