Why Agencies Lose Clients and How to Keep Them

Our Director of Marketing, Patrick Armitage, has worked for small and midsize marketing agencies in his career. He’s seen clients come and go for a variety of reasons. And from his experience, there’s one thing that stuck out as a key reason for why agencies lose clients (but you’ll have to read on to find out). Before joining BlogMutt he admitted that he had no idea blog writing services for agencies even existed. With hindsight, he shares his thoughts on the potential that awaits agencies who start working smarter and not harder by outsourcing some of their content needs. Enjoy!


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Bring a new idea to every client meeting.

There’s one reason marketing agencies lose clients: complacency.

I’ve worked at three agencies in my career. I’ve been in the trenches. I’ve put out the fires. I’ve fought complacency. I’ve made the logo bigger (again!).

In my agency career, the best piece of advice I received was to always bring one new idea to a client meeting. It made clients feel special. It showed we were thinking of them off the clock. By just doing that extra 10 percent I found that it made all the difference in creating long-lasting client relationships.

Now, I can completely empathize with the tight timelines, meager budgets and crazy clients that inevitably get in the way of developing solid, presentable ideas. But the reality is, if clients don’t think they’re special, they’re gone. Clients confuse why they pay good money for top agencies. It’s not just to serve as their outsourced design shop or production house. They’re paying for ideas. Great ones.

Three Steps to a Successful Client/Agency Relationship

Open communication: Without open communication, you’ll never have the opportunity to share your ideas.
Trust: Open communication begets trust. When a client trusts you, they’re open to ideas.
Ideas: This is the big one. As trust develops, the free exchange of ideas can take root. And as mentioned earlier, ideas are the best route to creating happy clients.

Content Marketing:
The One Great Idea That’s Mutually Beneficial to Your Client and Your Agency

The buzziest marketing words of late have been “content marketing” and “inbound marketing”. If your clients haven’t asked about content marketing yet, be prepared. As media budgets tighten, PPC spend becomes unsustainable, and Facebook changes their algorithm yet again, clients are going to be looking for a more sustainable approach to their marketing.

If small to midsize companies can’t compete with larger ad budgets, their approach needs to be more sophisticated.

Content marketing remains the most mutually beneficial tactic in the relationship between an agency and its clients. With a content marketing strategy in place, the dynamic of the relationship between an agency and client changes from being transactional and project-based to one that’s collaborative and scalable.

And yet, content marketing, like communism, is great…in theory. But in practice, it’s much harder to execute. Agencies don’t have enough people to create content. Clients don’t have enough time to review content. This results in content development getting pushed aside for “hot”, last-minute projects. If it was never really a priority in the first place, it’s the first tactic to get the boot.

70% of B2B Marketers Are Creating More Content Than They Did a Year Ago. How Will You Keep Pace?

Businesses are seeing increasing value in creating content. But content development requires time, resources and budget–three things in short supply for many agencies and their clients.

Lemme throw out a couple options:
Get an inflatable mattress and tell your sole copywriter that they’re going to have to up their production, even if it means sleeping at the office.


Ok, how about adding five more writers to your staff?

Don’t like that either?

Well, there’s one more option: outsource. But even outsourcing carries risk. How are you going to manage a network of freelancers? And many freelancers are expensive or unreliable, or both.

Agencies are Increasingly Starting to See the Value of Content Writing Services

For agencies made aware of content writing services, the opportunity cost is considerable. Partnering with a content writing service gives agencies access to a network of writers that develop consistent, quality content at a value that beats hiring more staff or managing disparate freelancers.

With Blog Writing Services for Agencies Benefits Both Agencies and Their Clients in the Following Ways:

  • Reduces the potential of burning out your agency’s in-house writing team
  • Allows your in-house writers to focus on long-form content, interviews, and on-location pieces
  • Without having to spend an inordinate amount of effort developing content from the bottom-up, now agencies can use their energy toward reviewing content from a more strategic, top-down perspective
  • Each piece of content developed is another opportunity to reach out and maintain healthy communication with your client
  • Original content can be repurposed and shared via social media giving your clients greater credibility and authority
  • Content marketing remains the biggest influencer on SEO performance
  • Ongoing content development for clients ensures a recurring revenue stream for your agency
  • Agencies no longer have to worry about optimizing the workload of every in-house writer. If there are fluctuations in the amount of client work, agencies no longer have to reduce hours for employees or commence layoffs

Content marketing is not going away anytime soon. In fact, it’s only going to grow. New ideas for your clients can come from the strangest places, but starting with a solid content strategy (with the ability to execute) is the first step to getting there. Trust can start with a new blog idea that’s delivered on time and on budget to the client. And as clients start trusting and listening to their agency for new ideas, and see those ideas executed, the potential is limitless.

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Blog Writing Service Example: Blogging For Research Money

The best way to attract research money is to give readers interesting and useful information that speaks to their specific interests and supports their causes. Blogging for research money is a great way to showcase your current projects while reaching your audience in an informative way. Below is just one example of a creative, news-related blog entry that is sure to arouse curiosity in your research and the work you are doing.

World’s Most Advanced Scuba Gear Opens The Depths For Scientists

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Artifacts like the Antikythera Mechanism are being discovered and researched by scientists and archaeologists using the Exosuit.

The future of underwater exploration is upon us. A whole new world has opened up for scientists who explore extreme underwater depths in search of ancient artifacts. New high-tech scuba gear is making it possible for divers to explore underwater for longer amounts of time than ever before, searching for more pieces of the Antikythera mechanism, one of the world’s oldest computers.

Introducing The Exosuit

The Exosuit cost $1.5 million to develop and was originally designed for working in New York City’s water treatment plants. According to  New Scientist, marine archaeologists are retrofitting this advanced diving gear to explore deep dive sites like the Greek island of Antikythera in the Aegean Sea. Scientists are putting the suit through its first trials, readying it for prolonged, deep dives in search of more artifacts from this area.

A Wearable Submarine

Divers are normally limited by both the depth they can dive and amount of time they can stay submerged. However, this “wearable submarine” will take explorers down nearly 1,000 feet for up to 50 hours. Because the dive environment is like that of a submarine, time spent below is only limited by the diver’s comfort.

Human-like Manipulation

The Exosuit, although submarine-like in its depth capabilities, is not limited just to observing the ocean floor. Built with a rigid aluminium alloy outer skin, the humanoid form has articulating arms and legs. Additionally, this extreme scuba diving gear has claw-like manipulators on the end of each arm, allowing divers to pick up relics with extreme delicacy.

Excellent Underwater Mobility

This scuba gear isn’t limited to picking up objects. With foot pedals, the diver controls thrusters on either side of the suit to quickly move around, as well as to stabilize herself. Technicians topside, using an attached umbilical cord, can also take full control of the Exosuit to aid divers, or to bring the suit back to the surface in an emergency.

HD Data Collection

The Exosuit can not only retrieve artifacts from dive sites, it can also collect other data. Armed with piercing LED lights and High-Definition video cameras, scientists can analyze the action in real time and record it for later analysis. Collecting data in this way will enable marine scientists and archaeologists to plan for future dives in search of more evidence.

The Future Is Here

Although diving for ancient relics such as the Antikythera mechanism is out of reach for most scientists, plenty of antiquities are still awaiting discovery. Your role in future underwater exploration is important. If you would like to explore the depths of my research, contact me. I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

With the creative voices of our professional writers, BlogMutt can help scientists and researchers hold an interested party’s attention. Let us help you capture your audience with timely, interesting, and engaging information. Contact us today to find out how you can continue to expand your reach for funding while maintaining a strong and informative online presence.

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BlogMutt’s Busy Fall

Typically this blog is just full of examples of great writing from BlogMutt writers, but I wanted to take one post just to let you know about some stuff going on from here at the home office in Boulder, Colorado.

We’re experiencing a stretch of “endless summer” here in Boulder — the nights are cold, but the days are still warm and sunny. This is great, except that it really makes us want to be out there instead of in the office. We have big windows to let in the light, but that almost makes it worse.

If you live in a colder climate, I’m sure you have no sympathy.

Anyway, we’re still working hard and trying to get some things done. We’ve been busy developing new site features, writing guest posts, and starting at least one nationwide political-action crusade…


Boulder’s beautiful endless summer is calling to us, but we’re trying to ignore it — there’s too much to do in the office!

HubSpot Integration

We just rolled out a new feature to make our service easier for HubSpot users.

We’ve had the ability for customers to get their posts inserted as drafts directly into WordPress, or into any system that lets you post by email. Now we have the same option for our HubSpot users.

We’ve also been working on various features to make the keyword process easier, so that customers can be much more specific about the topics they want covered in the blogs they receive. We spend a lot of time thinking about ways to improve the BlogMutt experience for our customers. We want our system to be simple and intuitive, so that getting great content from us helps you get your blogging done as efficiently as possible.

Is there an integration or a feature we don’t have that would help you? Let us know!

Guest Posts

As a company dedicated to the idea that blogging is a crucial part of any business strategy, we make it a point to, well, blog a lot. So we’ve been upping the ante when it comes to guest posts lately, to get our name out there and spread the blogging gospel. We just published a post with the great team at SignPost on Secret Small Business Keyword Strategies for 2015 (which really aren’t so secret).

And our director of marketing, Pat, contributed to HubSpot’s Halloween e-book, full of marketing agency horror stories that will keep you up at night.

We also wrote recently about why you need to Kill the Time Sheet for a site tailored to digital agencies.

And in a post designed more for our writers, we wrote on FlexJobs about ways to stay focused while working at home.

We have a few more in the works, so stay tuned for upcoming posts on the power of algorithms and what Renee Zellweger’s new face has to do with your website.

Time For A Time Change?

Totally unrelated to BlogMutt, I’ve launched a personal crusade to end the twice-yearly clock-changing insanity. CNN ran this piece, and there’s a longer “unplugged” version here.

The point is that there’s not really a good reason for Daylight Saving Time to exist — it’s not for farmers, that’s for sure — and that changing our clocks twice a year is wasting energy and actually killing people. Really, it’s true!

Wrapping Up…

As you can see, we’re very diligently trucking along with improvements here, trying to ignore the sunshine and waiting for the cold to arrive. (Thankfully, the weekends have been just as beautiful!) Whatever the weather is doing in your neck of the woods, we hope you’re enjoying the season, and that you make it through the imminent time-change without being too discombobulated to blog.

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Sample Post: Women’s Lifestyle Changes Boost Happiness For The Entire Family

Do you have a lifestyle blog that people regularly go to for tips and advice on varied subjects? Here’s an example post of the kind of writing you can get from BlogMutt, on women’s lifestyle topics.


Chances are, you have heard the saying, “If Mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy.” There is now scientific evidence to back this up. A recent study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family concludes that not only is marriage satisfaction a large contributor to general life satisfaction, but also, a husband’s marriage and life satisfaction is dependent on the wife’s marriage and life satisfaction.

women's lifestyleWhat does this mean for you? It’s proof that women’s lifestyle changes that bolster health are important to everyone in the family! Here are the top three areas that deserve special attention:

1. Diet

This doesn’t have to be difficult. Granted, there are hundreds of experts touting dozens of diets, eating plans, and dietary recommendations, but the important thing to remember is this: add healthy foods to what you’re already eating. You don’t have to change anything else. After a time, add more healthy foods. Keep this up, and before long, you’ll be eating so many healthy foods that you may not have the appetite for junk food anymore.

2. Exercise

The recommendations come fast and furious here, too. But it’s also very simple. Move more. Our lifestyles are largely sedentary, so whatever “move more” means in your life, do it. Maybe it means parking a block away, or on a higher level of the parking ramp. Maybe it means getting off the elevator a floor early and taking the stairs. Maybe it means shutting off the electronics and doing something with your kids for a few minutes. They’ll undoubtedly love it, you’ll get the bonding time with them, and you’ll get a bit more movement in your day.

3. Sleep

Sleep is often a rare commodity in women’s lives today. But it is perhaps even more important to your health, mood, and stress levels, than anything else. Skimping on sleep disrupts the brain’s ability to learn and to cope with stress. Some medications and disorders may interrupt sleep, and a lack of sleep may exacerbate problems. Stage your bedroom to ensure more restful sleep and make a conscientious effort to help yourself get the rest you need.

A healthy diet, plenty of exercise, and restful sleep make the core of a stress-free lifestyle and a happy household for your entire family.


For more information about how to get posts like this for your blog, please contact us!

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Blogging For Nutritionists: A Blog Writing Service Sample Post

One of the best ways to educate the public about the benefits of a healthy diet is through informative blog posts. Blogging for nutritionists is not only educational, but it is also a great way to attract new customers. Here is an example of a blog post that a nutritionist could use.

 Ten Easy-To-Find Superfoods You Should Be Eating This Fall

nutritionistsFall is the perfect time to enjoy some of the most delicious, versatile, and plentiful superfoods available. From the perennial favorites, pumpkins and squash, to fresh salmon, Brussels sprouts, and sweet potatoes, enjoy the season’s harvest and boost your immune system naturally. Here is a list of ten of the best and easiest-to-find, nutritionally rich superfoods you should include in your diet this season.

  1. Pumpkin – Pumpkins are an incredible superfood, packing vitamins A and C, and other vital nutrients. They’re not just delicious, they’re healthy, too. Pumpkins have many benefits. They are anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, hydrating, and high in antioxidants. The seeds are tiny powerhouses full of Omega-3 fatty acids, proteins, and vitamins that are good for your brain. Pumpkin pie, anyone?
  2. Winter Squash – Much like their pumpkin cousins, winter squash, such as butternut or acorn squash, are just packed full of valuable vitamins and minerals. Winter squash are also an excellent antioxidant source for carotenoids, as well as vitamin A and beta-carotene. These antioxidant properties fight the effects of aging and may lower the risk of developing breast cancer.
  3. Salmon – Fall is the time when the annual salmon run takes place in many parts of the country. It’s a great opportunity to add some of the most delicious and nutritious type of protein to your diet. Salmon is a fatty fish, full of omega-3 fatty acids that protect against stroke, rheumatoid arthritis, and some autoimmune diseases. How much fatty fish should you eat and how often? As much as you can, as often as you can. If you can, fresh salmon is preferable, but canned or frozen are fine, too.
  4. Brussels Sprouts – This wonderful green vegetable is a seasonal favorite and the perfect side dish for any Fall dinner. Brussels sprouts are nutrient rich and jam-packed with fiber, vitamin C, Vitamin A, iron, and potassium. Not only are they antioxidant and vitamin rich, they’re also a good source of protein and vitamin K (½ a cup=2 grams of protein, over 100 RDA of vitamin K.)
  5. Apples – These sweet and crunchy fruits not only taste great, but they are an excellent source of dietary fiber and immune-system boosting vitamins. In fact, you can gain four grams of fiber and up to 14% of the RDA of vitamin C from one apple. If you’re working out at the gym, take an apple to snack on: they contain an important antioxidant, quercetin, that helps get more oxygen to your lungs.
  6. Pomegranates – This fruit is high in antioxidants like ellagic acid, which is known to reduce inflammation, and fight heart disease and many types of cancer, including prostate cancer. Pomegranate juice improves blood flow to your heart and sexual organs, too. Perhaps this is the reason that the Greeks claim that Aphrodite planted the first pomegranate tree on Cyprus!
  7. Tomatoes – Besides being incredibly delicious, tomatoes, especially when cooked, are a rich source of lycopene, the antioxidant compound that gives them their vibrant red color. Eating tomatoes may help to reduce the risk of heart disease, as well as breast, lung, and even prostate cancer. Tomatoes are packed with other essential nutrients, including vitamins A, C, E, and potassium.
  8. Bell Peppers – For a vitamin C boost to help get your immune system ready for the Winter season, eat lots of bell peppers — especially red bell peppers. They’re not just a great addition to salads or pizza, they’re also a great way to get some much-needed beta carotene into your diet. It may not seem possible, but a bell pepper has three times as much vitamin C as an orange does.
  9. Kale and Swiss Chard – These dark-green leafy vegetables contain lutein, which helps protect against macular degeneration and cataracts. Kale and swiss chard are extremely rich in beta carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E, and folate. These veggies are also high in calcium, which is important for strong bones, and high in magnesium, which helps keep nerve and muscle cells healthy.
  10. Sweet Potatoes – Much more nutritionally dense than white-potato counterparts, these seasonal favorites are not just delicious, they are also a healthy choice. They are an excellent source of vitamin A and iron, as well as some anti-inflammatory benefits. So, this holiday season, enjoy your sweet potatoes without feeling guilty.

Including these vitamin and nutrient-rich superfoods in your diet will help to boost your immune system and prepare you for the upcoming Winter season. Chock full of valuable vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, these Fall superfoods are the first line of defense against the effects of aging and disease. The best thing is that they are all readily available, just check your local farmers’ market and supermarket produce department.

Although you may be an expert in nutrition and healthy eating, writing about it may not be your forte. We understand how difficult it can be to come up with the right words. Contact us to find out more about our blog writing services and how we can help you. Our writers are ready and willing to write informative and timely content just for you.

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How Social Media Has Revolutionized Marketing For Small Businesses

By Tavia Burden

In recent years, the marketing industry has seen no greater revolution than that of social media for small business.  The concept of social media has made it possible for businesses to reach infinite potential customers without spending a fortune on marketing campaigns. For the first time in the history of mass media, this has allowed small businesses to reach just as many viewers as larger corporations without breaking their budgets.

social media for small businessSocial media has created an entirely new market for advertising, which has practically rebuilt its concept.  Long gone are the days when companies would use their contact with the public simply to shine the spotlight on their products.  More and more companies are actually finding success by providing informative and entertaining social media posts, and by featuring topics that relate to a key aspect of their company.  In a recent study, Shareaholic found that social-media advertising increased traffic to businesses and personal blogs by 30 percent.  This could mean a substantial increase in page views and revenue for a company that is new to social-media advertisement.

Marketing this way lets the public learn about the values of a company, and not just its products.  Social media posts market a company less like a business and more like a lifestyle.  For example, when a person likes a hardware store on Facebook, that person is not necessarily doing this to track discounted prices.  In fact, it is more likely that he is simply looking for inspiration for home renovations, or innovative projects to occupy his spare time.  The types of posts that feature this information, in turn, become a great form of advertisement.  In fact, according to a study by Social Media Examiner, 72 percent of social-media marketers feel as if they have been able to develop loyal fans.  While these fans may not presently be looking to purchase a product, they will be more likely to show brand loyalty in the future.

Social media also allows for a trickle-down effect, by allowing followers to repost or retweet a company’s articles, allowing a company’s followers to become the company’s advertisers.  Because of this, businesses do not necessarily need large campaigns to reach wide audiences.

Instead, businesses need interesting blog posts related to their core values, which will lead to further advertisements and social-media sharing.  In this way, blogging has the modern channel of marketing to the mainstream, with an increase in the number of posts per term correlating with an increase in site visits.  In the above-mentioned study, Social Media Examiner also claims that a whopping 80 percent of businesses feel that their social media efforts are met with increased traffic.  This is only one of the many statistics that supports social media as a leading form of marketing.

If you are interested in learning more about marketing your small business through blog posts, or would like to learn more about blogging as a means of advertisement: contact us.

Editor’s note: This blog is an example of the kind of writing you can get for your blog. The only thing that’s different is that it has the name of the writer. For your blog, you can say you wrote it. That’s fine with us. We’re happy mutts. Click here for more explanation of this series of posts.

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WOOF Round-Up: “Show Me The Monet!” Impressionism And Literature

Here is your weekly WOOF Round-Up. This is a compilation of all of our words of the day from our dictionary of the day. Friday’s #WOOF, Claude Monet, a real Impressionist painter, inspired us to look at the connection between Impressionist painting and literature.

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Renoir’s Luncheon of the Boating Party, 1880–1881, illustrates the Impressionist use of color and brush stroke.

Impressionist painting is a style of painting developed in the late 19th-century that creates the painter’s experience and impression of what she is seeing.  As we know from Friday’s #WOOF, Claude Monet is the founder of this movement in painting, and was followed by other big-name French painters, like Renoir and Manet.

Why was Impressionism important? It was a transition from realism and academic painting, which were often painted in studios, indoors. Impressionism focused more on the painter’s interpretation of her subject, and tended to prefer subjects in the outdoors, using more colors, and less restrained brush strokes.

In what way did this movement in painting translate to literature? Impressionism gradually gained acceptance and popularity, especially in France, and the painters started to earn more money. Some French writers, notably Baudelaire and Proust, adopted the Impressionist approach of focusing on the writer’s experience and impression of an object, rather than the object’s realistic existence, before the writer’s rational intellect has had the opportunity to intervene.

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Monet’s Rouen Cathedral, 1894, paints the architecture of a cathedral in the same way that Proust describes architecture.

In Remembrance Of Things Past, take, for example, Proust’s Impressionistic description of the Saint-André-des-Champs cathedral:

“…carved faces of stone, naked and grey like trees in winter, were, like them, asleep only, storing up life and waiting to flower again in countless plebeian faces, reverend and cunning as the face of Théodore, and glowing with the ruddy brilliance of ripe apples.” (Proust, Remembrance Of Things Past: Swann’s Way)

Notice the way that the Proust focuses on his experience of the cathedral, rather than how it might exist to others. He creates the cathedral for the reader, using words, in the same way that Monet painted the Rouen Cathedral for viewers: using colorful, broad strokes, that come from experience, and not objective rationality.


Monday: Parkinson’s Law — The rule that the task expands to meet the time available for its completion (e.g., if you wait until the last minute, the task only takes a minute to complete). (1992 Webster’s New World Dictionary Of Computer Terms)

Tuesday: Steamer Day — The day before mail steamers sailed to the states from early San Francisco; occurring bi-monthly, Steamer Day was an important date on the calendar, when businessmen and all citizens readied things for the mail. (1994 Happy Trails: A Dictionary Of Western Expressions)

Wednesday: -Ivvy — Rhymes with chivvy (to tell someone to do something), divi-divi (a type of tree), divvy (to divide up), Livy (a Roman historian), privy (sharing in knowledge), tantivy (a rapid gallop or ride), and tivy (with great speed). (1991 The Complete Rhyming Dictionary)

Thursday: E Pluribus Unum — A Latin motto, meaning “one from many,” appearing on the obverse of the Great Seal of the United States and on many pieces of currency. The motto was suggested in 1776, though similar phrases are used in some earlier Greek and Latin texts (i.e., Heraclitus and St. Augustine). (1946 Dictionary Of American Politics)

Friday: Claude Monet, Impressionist — For all practical purposes, Monet was the founder of Impressionism. He painted what he saw. He didn’t set up his easel in front of Chartres and endeavor to paint a “cathedral.” No: Monet saw a shimmering plane of pale blue; jagged streaks of aqua shadow flecked with orange light. (1980 The Real Thing)

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Why You Should Hire A Certified Locksmith: A Blog Writing Sample Post

Traditional advertising on television, radio, and the internet is falling by the wayside in favor of content marketing. More and more companies are using blog posts, articles, and website content to attract the attention of potential customers. Your locksmith business can greatly benefit from content marketing, as well. Here is a sample blog post that a locksmith might use in order to capture the attention of prospective customers.

 locksmithFour Reasons You Should Hire A Certified Locksmith

At some point in time, just about everyone has trouble with a lock on her car, home, or business. Getting locked out, breaking a key, or needing a lock changed quickly are just a few of the issues. If you find yourself in any of these positions, don’t try to fix the problem yourself. Even if you don’t want to shell out money to get the help you need, here are four compelling reasons it’s worth it to hire certified locksmiths.

  1. They Are Highly Trained. When you hire a certified locksmith, you can be sure that she has undergone training to repair and install a variety of locks. She can quickly recreate keys, fix a broken lock, or place a new lock for you. When you choose a professional locksmith, the job will be completed correctly and in a timely manner.
  2. They Are Bonded And Insured. In most cases, a certified locksmith is bonded and insured, which offers you protection against any damages that occur in the course of the job. That means you’re covered in case your door, window, or lock is damaged in the process. It also assures you that the locksmith is reputable and concerned about your property.
  3. They Keep Your Property Safe. When you move into a new apartment or house, chances are, someone else has lived there before. If you don’t change the locks, you’re taking a huge risk. Anyone with a key to that lock will be able to simply walk right in at their leisure – not a good situation. Hiring a certified locksmith to change the locks will assure your safety and security in the long-run.
  4. They Can Help In An Emergency. If you’re locked out of your home, business, or car, it can be frustrating and perhaps even dangerous. Sometimes locks malfunction, other times tampering causes them to stop working, and sometimes, keys get locked inside. When you call a certified locksmith, she will be able to evaluate the problem and come up with a solution quickly.

If you’re experiencing troubles of any kind with locks on your home, business or vehicle, you’re not alone. Our staff of certified locksmiths are available to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days. Contact us: we’re here to help anytime.

This is just an example of the type of blog post that a locksmith should use on her website, and there are many variations on this concept. Our writers are ready and willing to come up with a unique spin for your lock related blog posts. Contact us to find out more about content marketing and how it can help your business prosper.

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Engineering: A Blog Writing Service Example Post

If you are running your business without a blog, you and your customers are missing out. Engineering is an industry in which the applications for and the trends therein are constantly expanding as technology advances. By addressing these themes in a blog, you will demonstrate to existing and potential clients that you’ve got your pulse on the market. This has a host of benefits. Not only will the blog direct potential customers to your website, but it will also create a dialog between you and others that will strengthen relationships and possibly create more demand. Let’s take a look at a blog writing service example post for engineering.


3D Printing: On The Cusp Of Mainstream  

3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is the process of creating three-dimensional products from a digital file. Instead of traditional ink, 3D printers use material, such as plastic, wood, or a metal substance, to build structures in layers based on a given mold. The possibilities are endless, if 3D printing could just get off the ground.

engingeering blog writing service exampleUntil recently, 3D printing was largely considered a futuristic technology more than anything else. Indeed, it has yet to reach its full promise, in which applications are developed for a wide array of industries, ranging from the auto sector, to health care, to specialized retail. That’s because 3D technology for most engineering professionals has remained in the experimental and prototyping phase, according to a survey at Engineering.com.

However, a paradigm shift is set to occur when 3D printing hits the mainstream. Indeed, the market opportunity for 3D technology, including printers and services, is projected to grow from $2.5 billion in 2013 to $16.2 billion in 2018, according to the survey. That’s a compounded annual growth rate of more than 45 percent, reflecting an opportunity that doesn’t come around every day.

In order for the industry to achieve this growth, however, real-life applications of 3D technology will have to outpace the reliance on prototypes, and engineering professionals must be the ones to lead the way. While there are a few industries that have created a demand for 3D printing, mainly the medical and aerospace industries, there are a host of others that have yet to scratch the surface. Until 3D printing is the only way  a product can be manufactured or becomes a vital part of the manufacturing process, 3D printing will not reach its full potential.

Two of the major roadblocks that must first be overcome are cost and time. For the most part, 3D printers have been available only on the high end for business and on the low end for individuals who use the technology for entertainment. Speed is the other hurdle, as it can take hours or longer to print a single item, depending on the product size. Mid-priced 3D printers are beginning to emerge, while the industry continues to whittle away at the speed issue.

While there is still some work to be done, you might want to consider making room on the factory shelves for 3D printers today so that you’re ready when this technology takes hold.


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What To Do With Your Spare Time Once You’ve Hired An Article Writing Service

So you have finally done it: you have hired an article writing service!


Now instead of dreading the process of producing a weekly blog post for your business site, you will be able to sit back and relax, knowing that experienced professionals are hard at work researching, planning, writing, re-writing, and editing your next post.

Instead, you may now find yourself faced with the challenge of deciding what to do with all of that extra time.

In case you need ideas, we have a few suggestions:article writing service

  1. Spend time with your significant other.
  2. Find a significant other.
  3. Knit a sweater for your dog. Or your cat. Or yourself.
  4. Learn to walk on your hands.
  5. Go to Disney World.
  6. Plant a garden.
  7. Train for an ultra marathon.
  8. Read all the books in your local library. All of them.
  9. Audition to be on reality TV.
  10. Visit every single national park — in every country.
  11. Finally finish that novel you’ve always dreamed of writing. You know, the one about the small-town girl who moved to the big city to pursue her art, but then finds herself forced by circumstance to move home in order to care for her ailing grandfather and (somewhere along the way) finds true love.
  12. Take up eggshell carving.
  13. Begin training as an astronaut.
  14. Cultivate, pick, roast, and hand-grind your own coffee beans.
  15. Three words: Duct Tape Art.

Okay, we admit it. We’re kidding.


We know that now that you have more time on your hands, you will most likely spend it doing what you do best: running your own business.

And we respect you for that.

Remember that we boast a full stable of well-seasoned writers ready to take the hard work off your hands, freeing you to do whatever!

Feel free to contact us for more information.

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