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Old 01-23-2014, 07:37 AM
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Updating website and struggling with content writing

I have had my website up for nearly a year now. when it was first made i put together the content mainly so it had text in there but with the view to it being changed. Writing and especially writing for the web is probably the thing i am useless at. if anyone would like to have a read of my site and give me a few pointers would be much appreciated. i have now moved to St Agnes Cornwall so i am going to be changing all details about where i am ,address, phone numbers as well.
 
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Why did you create a website if you are unable to provide the content for it?
 
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I don't think your problem is all that big of a deal unless you want to add content on a regular basis. Your site seems more geared toward selling your services. A site like that only needs 4-5 pages to be a success (for its given goal). I think that if you think of it as a large printed ad divided into several pages you will be able to pull it together.
 
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Old 01-24-2014, 11:30 AM
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Why did you create a website if you are unable to provide the content for it?
I can provide the content(as i have allready) but i am unsure if it is good enough content. i want to make it as good as i can be. the website was only created to sell my services and they are far from writing for the web.

Thanks scriptman thinking of it in that way breaks it down abit and make it more manageable.
 
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Old 01-24-2014, 06:28 PM
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Sound confident in your abilities online and the work will come in. I agree with Scriptman right now.

Adding content every few days will show your visitors that you are still improving your skills and providing information about the niche or niche's you write for.
 
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