Turn your blog into a 6-7 figure sales channel

We help software companies get more qualified traffic, leads, and customers through customer-focused SEO and content marketing.

Companies that trust us

The Content Growth Process

Our five-step process for delivering real business results from your blog.

Content audit

Analysing exactly how well your blog is currently performing and identifying both quick fixes and growth opportunities to get much more from your existing assets.

Customer research

Learning as much as we can about the users of your product, your best customers and their pain points to create content that actually attracts potential customers.

Content strategy

Crafting a customer-focused SEO content strategy and roadmap that aligns with your business goals – generating more qualified traffic, leads, and customers.

Content production

Producing well-researched content that ranks high in search engines, contextually promotes the use of your product(s) and converts your readers into leads and paying customers.

Content optimisation

Most agencies stop there, but that's only half of the job. The other half? Analysing data, testing and implementing changes to further improve rankings and conversion.

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Who we are

Combining years of experience in SEO and content marketing for software companies to develop strategies that deliver real business growth.

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Jake Ward

SEO Strategist
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Tanja Gavrilovic

Content Strategist
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Hugo Jennings

SEO Executive
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20+ Content Writers

Content Specialists

Who
you are

You're a software or tech-based company with minimum 6-figure TTM profit.

You want to invest in your blog and organic growth.

You’re looking to work with a content marketing partner, not a vendor.

You're ready to implement a customer-focused SEO content marketing strategy.

Work with us

Let's discuss your goals and how our process can deliver results for your company.

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