Do you want to start or grow a music blog? Are you too busy to do the content creation yourself?
Are you struggling to get traffic to your website? Do you have a hard time getting people to book your services or buy your products?
You NEED a blog.
Websites with blogs have more chances to rank in search results to bring traffic. Why? Well, each blog post is another page on your website that can reach the top of Google.
A blog also lets you promote your business or career through educational content. That way, you can get more clients or students.
But you have to do a lot to run a successful blog…
You have to:
- Brainstorm ideas for posts
- Verify keywords to use
- Create and follow a posting schedule
- Write the posts
- Edit and optimize the posts
- Schedule and publish
- Promote the post
And you have to do that for every blog post you create.
I know, because I’ve been there. That’s why I want to help you create and run a blog to help grow your career and business.
Still not convinced? My blog ranks first on Google for multiple keywords.
(Screenshots taken January 2023)
Ranking first on Google means you can get more traffic without having to do more work. And you can keep getting traffic long after you publish a blog post.
The blog posts are all from over a year ago, and they still rank first! The first example even got what’s called a “featured snippet” which can help get clicks.
Even my second blog, Piccolo Perfection, started ranking highly within a few months. Not only does the following post have the featured snippet, but it was also responsible for over 10% of the blog’s traffic in December 2022.
Curious what results I’ve gotten for clients? This blog post ranks first on Google, even above my own on a similar topic.
This post is one of the top five performing articles for the whole site.
“You got me. I need a blog.”
If you want to be at the top of your game and book more gigs, students, or clients, you need a blog. But what if you don’t have the time?
As a musician, you have a lot on your plate. You have to practice, pitch yourself, network, teach, perform, and more.
If you don’t have the time to run a blog, don’t worry. You can still see the results of having a blog.
A blogger myself, I started a content creation service for classical musicians and music companies. Whether you need a single blog post or ongoing management, I’ve got your back.
What do I offer?
- Blog strategy and keyword research
- Blog writing and editing
- Blog management and consulting
- Blog and website SEO audits
- Blog and social graphic creation
- Other services available upon request
I specialize in using WordPress, but I can work with you if you use another website platform, such as Wix or Squarespace.
Please contact me for more information and rates (for keyword research, writing, and one round of revisions).
Maybe you don’t have a blog but do need more social media content.
I also offer user-generated content (UGC) creation. UGC basically means the content comes from someone who uses the product or service.
Rather than you and your team creating content, you get customers or users of your product to create posts and videos. That can help you build trust with your audience.
I can create videos, photos, and other post types for social media. Please contact me for more information about rates.
View my portfolio of short-form UGC videos!
Why should I hire you for content creation?
I’ve been blogging for over nine years and have worked as a freelance content creator for about seven years, consistently for over four years. In my work, I focus on blog and SEO content, which can help you get more visibility on Google.
When it comes to music, I have both a bachelors and masters in the field. That makes me a subject matter expert, which can make a huge difference in the quality of your content compared to general agencies.
Recent changes in the Google algorithm have made it harder and harder for content written by non-experts to rank high in search results. That means you can’t just hire any freelancer writer and expect results.
What topics can you write about?
I can write about classical music, musical instruments, and music industry topics. My experience also extends to related topics, like freelancing and career development.
If you’re curious about the specifics, email me to discuss your needs. I’d love to help you grow your music business!
What’s your content creation process?
I’ll take inspiration from your existing blog, website, or business model. Then, I will do keyword research with the Google Keyword Planner to make sure there’s enough interest in the topic.
Once you approve the topic (or if you decide that you want to auto-approve this stage), I’ll start writing the post. I will use search engine optimization (SEO) best practices to give your post the best chance of ranking in search results.
Then, I will send the draft to you to review. You can send it back once for revisions, but more revisions will incur a surcharge. When you’re happy with a post, you can publish it!
Do you offer ghostwriting?
While I love having a byline, I have done ghostwriting. Whether you want to publish under your name or something else, you’re free to do that.
I offer two types of ghostwriting: under your name and under the name of your business/team. Writing under the name of your business or team won’t require anything extra.
However, if you want me to write as you, I’ll ask for some extra details regarding you and your music business. That way, I can add a human touch while giving you the credit.
Please note that I reserve the right to use any content I create in my portfolio, even ghostwritten articles.
What if I just want graphics?
Whether you already have a blog that you run or you want to focus on other marketing strategies, I understand. I can create graphics for Instagram (posts and stories), Pinterest, and other social platforms.
Please contact me for blog and social graphic design rates.
Can you write about my business on your blog?
I do have limited availability for sponsored blog posts and backlinks. If you want to promote your new or existing business on a site that already ranks in search, I’m happy to partner with you.
Please contact me to discuss the project details and rate.
How will this work?
You can contact me by email or via my contact page with some basic information about you and your website or business. I’ll respond with some questions to better gauge how I can help you with content creation.
Then, we’ll set up an agreement either for a one-off project or an ongoing partnership. I will invoice for the agreed upon rate after submission of the work. Ongoing projects will be invoiced monthly.