You’re not crazy. Most blogs really do suck.

Sixty percent of marketers are creating something daily. More than two million pieces of content are published every single day. And trillions of emails are sent each year.

So if you think you can just slap together a blog, and “write” some posts, and “they will come,” you’re sadly, sadly mistaken.

Unless you’re Inc, there’s no way you can run a successful blog, publishing fluffy content by an army of self-promotional, unpaid contributors.

The truth is: Writing is really hard, and very few people do it well.

That’s a damn shame because blogging (done right) has such a high return on investment (ROI).

Content marketing costs 62 percent less than traditional marketing, yet it generates roughly three times as many leads.

It makes sense in a world where consumers spend 20 percent of their time online reading content.

According to a report by Degreed, nearly 85 percent of people said they learn things for work by searching online at least once per week, and nearly 70 percent of them learn by reading blog articles weekly.

(That’s probably because colleges don’t teach students how to actually do things in the workplace.)

Regardless, this presents a massive opportunity for brands — the opportunity to give consumers what colleges aren’t — a useful education that will help them at work.

And you best believe that consumers will remember your brand, if you teach them how to do valuable stuff on a consistent basis. In fact, they’ll be your loyal advocate for years to come.

I know this for a fact because I’m actually good at blogging, so I’ve seen the results for myself and my clients.

The good news is: You can be good at blogging too, with my help.

Who am I?

I’m Lauren, and I’ve been creating content for top-tier publications since before it was cool. Or, if you’re into numbers, the past 8 years.

8 years



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Quora views


Medium followers


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Viral articles

What can I do for you?

Review your blog.

You already have a lot of content, but you’re not getting the results that you’d hope. After a brief chat, I’ll review your current blog, and give you actionable advice on why your content isn’t ranking. Advice may be about your site UX, content quality and conversion optimization.

This service starts at $300.

Spearhead a new blog.

You don’t have a blog yet, but you’re ready to create a killer one. After an initial consultation, I’ll get to work:

  • Building a user-friendly, high-converting WordPress blog
  • Creating style guidelines for writers
  • Conducting keyword research
  • Producing a 3-month editorial calendar
  • Recruiting stellar freelance writers

This package runs between $9,000-$15,000, depending on your unique needs.

Manage and grow your blog.

You already have a user-friendly, conversion-optimized blog, but just need really good content to drive traffic to it. That means you have a few options:

1. I can create content for you on an ongoing basis.

2. I can recruit and manage freelancers (writers, video specialists, designers) for you on an ongoing basis.

3. I can create content and hire and manage freelancers (writers, video specialists, designers) for you on an ongoing basis.

This package starts at $4,000 per month.

Coach you on blogging.

You want to learn how to blog, or you want me to train someone to blog for you. You can book as many 1-hour sessions as you like. If you want to bulk order sessions, ask me for a small discount.

$200 per 1-hour session

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Create a blog that doesn’t suck…

…Because the world is starving for *good* content.

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