We offer a variety of services to our clients but the most important ones are listed below.

Each of these is just a brief summary of the specific service, please click on any one of the services to learn more about what we provide in that specific area.

You can also contact us, either by email, our contact form, or give us a call anytime if you'd like to discuss your needs in greater detail.

For e-commerce sites that we develop we use nopCommerce.

We like the fact that we can offer enterprise solutions to small and medium-size businesses at a very reasonable price, and support those businesses every step of the way.

That's what working with nopCommerce enables us to do for your business.

If you already have a platform that you're satisfied with, and you feel like you're getting your money's worth, that's fine.

We can still help you promote your business and look for ways to improve your existing platform.

Our expertise is in writing high-quality engaging content... Continue Reading

CMS Chalkboard

CMS Content Management Systems using Umbraco

For companies that use their sites strictly for marketing, or providing information and education about their company and products we use Umbraco.

Umbraco CMS is a fully-featured open source content management system with the flexibility to run anything from small campaign or brochure sites right through to complex applications for Fortune 500's and some of the largest media sites in the world.

We provide the same expertise used in writing high-quality engaging content for e-commerce solutions, to the business owner who only needs a CMS.

And because the content that we write is optimized for organic search results, the increase in your traffic and content consumption will grow beyond what any other company can provide.

Umbraco has 443,450 active installs around the world. With over 220,000 active members in the Umbraco community, Umbraco should be your choice of CMS platform, we know it's ours.

In the complete company solutions that we provide where e-commerce is part of the overall solution, we have begun to use Umbraco as the marketing front end to the e-commerce, "Store", backend.

SEO Chalkboard

SEO, Search Engine Optimization

One of the most important things to consider when hiring a company to provide SEO services is to make sure that they are not only following the best practices, but that they are following the guidelines necessary when working with Google.

Yes, there are other search engines out there, but if you really want your business to be successful it needs to rank high in Google searching.

I have been writing optimized content for many years, and even before Google began enforcing best practices to help the consumer find what they're looking for without being spammed, or scammed, I was writing honest, helpful, and engaging content aimed at helping the consumer find the product or service they were looking for.

With my expertise in content marketing I have been able to get many of my clients' products to first second and third page rankings on Google without the benefit of pay per click advertising.

I'm always suspicious of any company that guarantees organic listings on the first page.

While first page rankings are definitely achievable is very hard to guarantee them for every word. Sometimes, it takes the creative writing of phrases to achieve higher ranking, something I and my company excel at.

Content Chalkboard

Content Marketing and Optimization of Existing Pages

Content content content. I can't say enough about the need for more content on most product and company information webpages I see. This goes hand in hand with SEO.

What I, as the primary writer at Web Writer Associates, provide, is not just content, but engaging, highly performing, and highly consumable, content, that is guaranteed to provide a better experience for the audience you're trying to reach.

The way that I write Content Marketing is to tell the consumer a story about what I, or my client, are selling, or the service that I, or they are providing.

I have been writing this way, what I like to call talking in plain English to a customer, rather than At that customer, since 2003 when I began writing a lot of product and service information for a company I did a lot of work for.

I prefer to give the customer every bit of information they need to make an informed judgment about the product or service we have to offer, rather than using hard-sell tactics, which personally I can't stand.

My preference in working and writing this way was reinforced recently, when Nick Usborne, someone I greatly respect, and whose courses on content writing and copywriting, as well as writing for the web, I've taken, sometimes more than once, to get all of what he has to offer, moved his focus to what he calls Conversational Copywriting.