Content Management Done For Your Small Business By REAL Moxie, LLC Keeps Your Website Relevant
March 10, 2020
Content management is usually seen as a digital concept, but it’s been around for as long as content. For as long as humans have been creating content, we’ve been searching for solutions to manage it. When you work with REAL Moxie, LLC, you can be confident that our experts in Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and content management keep your website relevant, which will draw in consumers and keep current customers informed.
The need for content management didn’t begin with the World Wide Web, but simply shifted into fast-forward when the Web was born in the early ’90s. At that moment, the ability to create and publish content tumbled down from its ivory tower and into the hands of the masses.
For the same reason that you want to post a blog to show Google that you’re still alive, someone who’s an authority on an area is going to write something. At REAL Moxie, LLC, we keep up with the trends, we keep developing our thoughts, and your site will be a living and growing organism towards content management for your small business.
When Google profiles your site, it is evaluating everything from your content to your call-to-actions to your ads to find out more about your site’s identity. The social media architects at REAL Moxie, LLC knows how to use content management and SEO to get your site and small business noticed. We will write blogs, consistent social network postings and interactions (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google My Business, etc.). We manage your online presence so you will have time to manage your business.
Businesses of all sizes start blogs because they offer a wealth of practical advantages that ultimately boost those businesses. REAL Moxie, LLC writes blogs for your small business. Blogs are excellent for SEO. We write useful content management relevant to popular keywords or common questions. This can help improve your rank within Google’s engine and help you network professionally.
We get to know you and your business offerings and then work with you to develop content marketing strategies to fit your business model and budget. This includes website evaluations, message and content development, competitor analysis, and much more.