Hi. I’m Tamryn Burgess.
I’m a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Licensed Esthetician, and freelance Content Creator for Wellness, Nutrition, and Clean Beauty brands and startups all over the world. I’ve worked with Kate Ryan Skincare, SIBU, GR8 Skin, TruSelf Organics, Nugg and more. I’m based in Canada, but I have clients all over the world.
How will you stand apart in the booming, billion dollar natural beauty & organic industry?
Natural and safer brands are outselling their traditional competitors by two to threefold. – according to research firm Kline & Company.
As consumers become more and more aware of the dangers their chemical-laden products cause and rather embrace the natural alternatives, their appetite for knowledge is increasing.Education plays a major role in demystifying the misconceptions around natural beauty, cosmetics, and organic products. Click To Tweet
With the booming organic and natural beauty market set to reach $13.2 billion by 2018 – regular blogging is the perfect method of:
- Educating people ready to consume information
- Providing you with a way to stand apart from your competitors
- Building your brand authority in the natural and organic industry
I’ll do for you, what I do for my own projects (and clients).
Since becoming a freelancer blogger at the end of 2015, I have learned a thing or two about how to tell stories and engage readers. I actively work on my own projects as well, one being a food a nutrition website I co-founded all about the Pescetarian Diet.
In a matter of just a few months, the traffic has steadily increased and continues to do so day by day:
Helpful Content Isn’t Worth Anything Unless People Can Find It
Publishing regular blog posts used to be enough in the days when not many brands were blogging.
These days though, Google (and other search engines) are much smarter and can tell when you’re creating content purely for promotional purposes, or if you’re actually in it to help your potential customers.
SEO – or Search Engine Optimization – is another piece of the puzzle which I am able to incorporate into my work. My clients who choose to add SEO often see great results, including an increase in organic search traffic, and social media engagement.
Just a couple days ago I received this email from a fairly new client:
What could you accomplish with a 417% increase in your website traffic?
And check out this search result for the term “facial serum benefits” for which my client, Kate Ryan Skincare is currently ranking on page #1 of Google:
What’s more exciting is that this specific term “facial serum benefits” receives 390 searches per month in the United States alone, according to Google:
“But, my business is still very small, I can’t compete with these companies”
I hear you, and I know that spending money on blogging when your business is still budding seems like an unnecessary expense.Blogging shouldn't be seen as an extra expense, but rather an investment. Click To Tweet
Other than being the ideal method of reaching your customers and staying in touch with them, blogging offers you these 6 immediate benefits:
- It’s scalable. By setting the foundation very early on in your business, you’re building an asset that will grow with you as your business grows. Imagine being able to launch a new product when you already have a loyal readership vs launching to the sound of crickets. Blogging helps you plan for your future.
- It grows your community. Social media is an excellent way to grow your community, but constantly curating other people’s content means you’re sending your valuable traffic to their websites. With regular blogs, you’re able to bring your traffic back to your website and build loyal communities and early adopters of your brand.
- It helps people find you. Getting people to your site is an important part of growing your business, and shouldn’t cause you headaches. Following even the most basic SEO rules helps search engines find your blogs and helps bring qualified and interested readers to your website.
- It generates leads. Instead of just being a neat “add on” to your website, blogging is a valuable business driver. Adding calls to action at the end of blog posts where readers are most engaged, helps you grow your leads and subscriber lists.
6 – 12 months from now (or even sooner), you’ll start to see similar results as the two examples I gave above. The businesses that see blogging as an investment rather than expense are the ones that see results like these.
Here are a few blog posts I did for clients of all different sizes and stages in their business:
Want to see more? Head over to my portfolio page and get a feel for my style of writing and whether it will work for you.
My audience is your audience.
As I grow my own personal brand and following, I will do whatever I can to support you and make the blogs I write for you as successful as possible.
My growing social media and newsletter audience all crave information about wellness, natural beauty, and organic lifestyles.
Sharing your content with them will definitely help amplify your message and increase your blog reach for months and years to come.
So, how does my freelance blogging work?
[one-half-first]Discovery email or Skype call ☎️
Before we get started, I like to learn more about your business and we can do so either via an email exchange or a quick 10 minute Skype call. I reserve the right to only work with clients who I believe I can truly add value to with the help of regular blogs.
[one-half]Choose a package, sign your contract, and submit payment?
Once we’ve both decided we’re ready to move forward, it’s time to choose a package that suits where you’re at in your business right now. I’ve created 3 separate packages to suit every size and budget and also have 90 day trials available to all new clients. After you’ve selected your package and submitted payment, the fun begins.[/one-half]
[one-half-first]Time to get to work!?
Now that you’ve chosen your package and we’re both on the same page, I’ll get to work on your blog posts. You’ll receive a new blog post each week on a set delivery day we’ve agreed to. Long after the blog is posted, I will continue to support you by sharing on my own social media channels and with my newsletter audience.[/one-half-first]
So, are you ready to commit to your growth through regular blogging with me as your freelance writer? I’d love to get in touch and see if we’re a good fit if you have…
• A minimum $800 budget to get started
• A minimum of three months to commit
• Time to chat and sign up this week
Get in touch with me through email at email@example.com and we can get started![/three-fourths-first]