Are Websites Actually Using Launch With Words Packs?

Are Websites Actually Using my Agency Launch With Words Packs? Yes. Yes, they are.

It may seem that $500 is a lot to throw down on a pack of blog posts. Maybe it is in comparison to using a $20 ChatGPT-written article. If that’s your point of view, this article isn’t going to convince you. I think AI writing assistants are a race to the bottom. But, that’s another blog post.

The thing that makes Launch With Words different is the experience and expertise behind the writing — namely, mine. Sure, you can throw in prompts for AI writing assistants. People have been outsourcing writing for years — both overseas and abroad.

To write copy that educates and convinces, however, takes more than cursory Googling or whatever the AI assistants think is right.

That’s why Launch With Words is such a great deal. If you hired me to write these 12 articles just for your website, you’d be looking at over $2,500. And, unlike syndicated content, you can actually edit the blog posts.

Why would you edit blog posts that are already written? Local SEO.

“Local SEO is the practice of optimizing your website for a specific local area. If you have a local business, like a shop, restaurant, or agency, you want your web pages to rank for certain search queries performed by a local audience.” Willemien Hallebeek

Launch With Words Content In the Wild

The Centerville Chamber of Commerce, designed by Fat Dog Creatives is using the Chamber of Commerce Pack to supplement their own articles. 

Creative Woodworking of Windsor is using the Residential General Contractor Pack to supplement its own articles. This pack was installed by the owner of the business. 

Consult Cyndi used the Care Home Pack to boost visibility and SEO upon website launch. They’re now writing their own articles.

Bauerle Roofing, a client of Highbridge Consultants, is using the Roofing Contractor Pack to boost its SEO efforts. 

Cami MacNamera used the Roofing Contractor Pack when her new client EDCA Roofing wanted to add blog posts to their website. The Launch With Words Pack helped them publish their first blog post – ever. Now, the roofing pack serves to supplement their custom-written articles.

Michael Grubbs, a Door County Handyman, just launched his site with posts from the plumbing and contractor packs. Yes, you can combine them. Also, in fairness, I built this site, too.

What About Duplicate Content?

“What about duplicate content?” is a question I’m always asked. What about it? Is duplicate content the problem your client has? I doubt it. Right now, the problem is no content.

What’s more is that WordPress developers have been sold the tale that duplicate content gives a website a bad mark for SEO. That’s simply not true.

“Still worried about your page ranking? Ensure you highlight your new post on social media channels. Your audience can help promote your page through clicks, likes, links, and shares so it secures the visibility and reach it deserves.” Neil Patel

“Duplicate content gives us choice. Duplicate content catches our eye. Duplicate content challenges us. With most of our websites beginning to look like identical block towers, duplicate content will make our websites great again!” Warren Laine-Naida

“Matt Cutts said twice that you should not stress about it, in the worse non-spammy case, Google may just ignore the duplicate content. Matt said in the video, ‘I wouldn’t stress about this unless the content that you have duplicated is spammy or keyword stuffing.’” Search Engine Land

Launch With Words Helps You Save Time and Add Value

The reason I created Launch With Words (Media Ron LLC did the dev work) is to help small business owners with blogging prompts. Often, they don’t know what to write about.

The reason why I wrote Premium Packs is because Developers are constantly waiting on clients to produce content. These packs, though blog articles, are a fantastic source of information for page content as well.

Stop waiting for clients.

Build the website.

Add the content.

Bill the client.

Get paid.