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The following are just a few of the writing services I offer and the topics I write about.

  • Web Copy (Home, About, Services Pages, etc.)
  • Blog Posts
  • SEO articles
  • Sales Copy
  • Landing Pages
  • Newsletters
  • Health and Wellness
  • Real Estate
  • Product Descriptions
  • And Much More..

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Top 4 Mental and Spiritual Benefits of Yoga

Joe’s Construction Company (Fictitious Construction Company) Home Page Content Example:

Welcome to Joe’s Construction, where quality and customer service are our number one priority! We’ve provided the Greater Phoenix Area with top notch construction services for the better part of 20 years, and our resolve to provide premium service has never been stronger.

Although our primary focus is on home building and construction, we also offer the following construction work as well:

  • Home Remodels
  • Re-Wiring
  • Plumbing
  • Deck Building
  • Home Add-Ons
  • Honey-Do Lists
  • And everything in between

Why Joe’s Construction?

If you are looking for a construction company that is reliable, experienced, and highly rated then choose us. We offer a variety of professional construction services that are sure to fit your needs. We do what it takes to get the job done right the first time, so you can hire us with confidence knowing that your project is in good hands.

Contact us today at 555-555-2344 to make an appointment for a free project estimate.


Real Estate Trends across the US (Article Sample)


Over the past decade, real estate trends have been fickle at best. Foreclosures have skyrocketed, housing prices have risen, and interest rates have stayed the same. However, experts say that 2015 could be the year that the housing market rebounds, and the U.S. economy along with it.

Stan Humphries, the chief economist for, looks for 2015 to bring back balance to the market. Predicting a home value growth of around three percent—in comparison to six percent just this past year—Humphries believes this will make real estate less attractive in the eyes of investors. Investors are historically responsible for rising prices and an unfavorable market for both buyers and sellers. With a slower home value growth rate, investors will likely look elsewhere to improve their bottom dollar.

Job growth is also likely to continue to play a role in the housing market throughout 2015, according to the experts at This is particularly true of early 20 something’s who are finally feeling comfortable about leaving the nest thanks to newfound careers. Their impact on the market is expect to be focused on the rental sector. With an increase in properties over the past six months and more young people branching out on their own, rentals are expected to play a big role in 2015.

Another contributing factor to the changing real estate climate is that of mortgage eligibility. Although rates are expect to stay the same, Fannie and Freddie Mae are providing home buyers with a little extra leeway and will be more lenient with their loans over the course of the coming year. Their new lending program requires as little as 3 percent down for home loans, and as the leading lenders of the real estate world they will likely pave the way for more forgiving loan practices in 2015.

In regards to neighborhood markets to watch, experts are optimistic about several locations throughout the nation. Not surprisingly, many of them are located in the Deep South. Take Austin, Texas for example. Over the span of just three years from 2010 to 2013 Austin experienced an 8.9% increase in population growth. That growth has contributed to rapidly expanding housing developments and rental properties, both of which are excellent news for home buyers.

Compare Austin’s growth to that of other locations such Grand Rapids, Michigan for example, and the difference is substantial. Approximately 6 percent, in fact. This is especially impactful as Grand Rapids is number two on many experts “markets to watch” list for 2015.

Sacramento is another city that Real Estate gurus are holding out hope for. Over the past five years home prices in Sacramento have increased by a whopping 50% and are still climbing. This is particularly good news for investors and homeowners in the area.

All in all 2015 is expected to dramatically improve the real estate market and along with it the economy. Only time will tell how accurate these predictions hold true.


3 Things Every Mommy-to-Be Needs to Know (Blog Post Sample)


Having a baby is one of the most important moments of your life. It can also be extremely overwhelming. If you are expecting your first child, there are three essential bits of knowledge you should have before you embark on this journey. We’ve outlined them for you below to help you gain a better picture of what to expect from motherhood.

  1. The Internet doesn’t always hold the answers you’re looking for.

If your baby starts crying for no apparent reason, it can be troubling to say the least. Instead of running to Dr. Google every time she cries, listen to your instincts. You have more intuition than you may be giving yourself credit for. It’s best to follow your own emotions, no matter how dramatic they may seem on the surface.

2. Breast-feeding is a LOT harder than you think.

Although it may be considered “natural”, breast-feeding is not a one-size-fits-all process. It takes time and patience, as well as physical and mental strength, to breastfeed a newborn. It is made even more difficult if you are a first time mommy. If you have trouble with the process (and we’re confident you will) don’t be afraid to reach out to a lactating and nursing specialist. They will give you professional advice on how to properly nurse your baby. Also, if you can’t breast-feed don’t beat yourself up. There are plenty of healthy alternatives to breast-feeding.

3. You will cry, and cry a lot.

Sure you’ve probably heard this once or twice, but there truly is nothing that can prepare you for the emotions and hormones that come along with motherhood. Initially, you will cry from joy. Then the tears of joy will turn into tears of frustration. From there, the tears will fluctuate back and forth and eventually you may not even know why you’re crying. All we’re saying is don’t feel guilty for feeling more than just love for your baby. Tears will come, so just be prepared for them.

Becoming a mother is a shedding of your old life. It is as if you take on an entirely new persona, and the adjustment period isn’t always easy but once you make it through the first few months of motherhood you’ll begin to remember why you did it.




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