B2B content marketing for startups
✔️ Grow your search traffic FAST
✔️ Become a thought leader
✔️ Convert your readers
“Daniel is a phenomenal writer…a true rockstar!” A. Israni, EU Business School
CASE STUDY: New site with no pre-existing domain authority (DA)
- 487 top-five rankings
- 1,381 referring domains (including from WikiHow and Wayfair)
- Multiple blogging awards (including including two “Best Blog” inclusions on Feedspot)
“Daniel is a real professional. He never stops surprising us, we are hooked!”
Stav Zilbershtein, Former CEO of Sell My App
B2B content marketing for measurable, stable organic growth
Content marketing for startups is tough.
You don’t have domain authority, a tested content marketing plan, or an in-house team.
You’re also likely worried about how long it will take to see a return on investment (ROI).
Oh, and you’re going to be competing with lots of big names.
Sounds like a recipe for failure, doesn’t it?
You’d be forgiven for wanting to stick to good ol’ paid advertising.
Well, hold up for a second.
I’ve worked with some of the world’s most successful B2B startups.
And I’ve learned a raft of tools and strategies to help B2B startups and high-growth companies achieve results fast.
Let me elaborate…
“I highly recommend working with Dan. Always on time, great communication.”
Pawel Ognowski, CEO of Growcode
B2B content marketing at the cutting edge of SEO
My content campaigns are lean, affordable, and designed to deliver results fast. All without sacrificing quality or the long-term viability of your content marketing.
Here’s a quick overview of my process:
1. Growth-Focused Content Calendar
I’ll start by putting together a content calendar filled with high-volume, low-competition keyword opportunities.
This is much more than popping a few seed keywords into Ahrefs. I’ll identify low-hanging fruit, trending topics, news items, viable competitor-based KWs, like “cheaper Ahrefs alternatives” (I promise I’ve not got it in for Ahrefs), and more.
2. Blog post creation
We’ll then begin producing content that Google loves. I’ll leverage the very latest SEO principles to ensure a veritable array of top-three rankings.
3. Repurposing for social and email
We’ll also repurpose every blog post to create social media content (LinkedIn, Twitt–ahem, X, Threads, etc.) and broadcasts for your email audience.
4. Link building and promotion
I’ll show you how to build an in-house, streamlined link building operation. This is by far the most affordable option when it comes to link building and growing the authority of your domain.
5. Reporting, reporting, reporting
Throughout the whole process, I’ll report clear results: measured in terms of engagement, search rankings, traffic, and sales. Analytics and tracking form the backbone of what I do.
“Really impressed with Dan’s work and approach. Will definitely work with him again and highly recommend Dan.
Sasha Lamachenka, Pandadoc
Start generating sales from thought-leadership content in as little as one week
“Daniel’s knack for crafting compelling business and technical texts is genuinely remarkable. His attention to detail and deep understanding of our products enabled him to create engaging content that effectively communicated complex ideas.”
Daria Karasek Marketing Manager at Scalac
So it’s time for the “tell us a little more about yourself” section of the interview?
Ok, here goes… I hail from the rainy city of Manchester in the UK. I was born just outside the Peak District, one of the UK’s biggest national parks (that’s me in the woods below).
I’m also a Buddhist, budding poet and excessive drinker of green tea. I am not a fan of the Oxford comma.
Here are some of the highlights of my writing career
- Over ten years experience working with software-as-a-service (Saas) and B2B brands.
- Chief writer for the web’s first dedicated ecommerce conversion blog, Growcode.
- Top Rated Plus Copywriter on Upwork with 100% positive reviews.
Want to learn more about me and my approach? Hit the button below and let’s talk!
Worst case scenario? We have a great chat about your business and say a friendly goodbye.
Best case? You hit publish on the best content your site’s ever had.