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Homebuilding Sample Post: 4 Reasons You Should Consider Building A Custom Home

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This 1,023-word sample blog post written by Janelle B., who has written for BlogMutt for more than 5 years. In this posts, Janelle uses her experience writing for real estate clients to demonstrate the benefits of custom homebuilding.
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February 9, 2018

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Bring On Your Super-Niche, Boring, & Hyper-Specific Content

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We at BlogMutt don't consider any industries "boring" or any niche "too niche" when it comes to writing content, and our writers manage to surprise our internal BlogMutt team all the time with just how much they know about just about any topic under the sun. Here's our list of FAQs from very technical, niche, and "boring" customers.
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December 12, 2017

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Introducing BlogMutt's 2,000-Word Posts: Long-Form Content, Handpicked Writers

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Starting January 3, 2018, BlogMutt now offers long-form posts at 2,000-3,000 words, paired with exclusive handpicking of writers by our head of writers. Long-reads, rejoice!
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Kali Greff
January 24, 2018

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From Zero To 15K Monthly Visitors: Owner Built Design & BlogMutt Complete

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Ready to ramp up your traffic generation? Grab your pen and take notes from Jim at Owner Built Design. Learn how he accelerated his website traffic and now yields 80 percent of new business from organic search engine results.
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Charlene Baker
June 29, 2018

Homebuilding Sample Post: 4 Reasons You Should Consider Building A Custom Home

Middle-of-funnel posts like this one for custom homebuilders can help generate new leads, while also educating potential customers about the benefits of building a custom home. This is a 1,023-word sample blog post written by Janelle B., who has been writing for BlogMutt for more than 5 years. During that time, she has published dozens of posts for real estate clients. If you're looking for content for your custom homebuilding, construction, or architecture firm, our talented network of 3,000+ writers can draw on their expertise to create content that's catered to your audience. 


 

Congratulations on looking for a new, or maybe your first, home. Buying a home is exciting. It's part of inching toward the American dream. However, it can also be unsettling. In fact, one survey found buying a new home to be more stressful than bankruptcy, divorce or even the death of a loved one. Will you be able to afford it? Will you be happy once you move in? Are there any underlying issues with the home? Will you have good neighbors? The lists of doubts can seem endless. The majority of these issues, though, can be resolved by building your own custom home.

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BY BlogMutt
February 9, 2018

Roofing Blog Sample Post: The Benefits Of Rubber For Roofing

By Patricia WS D.

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BY BlogMutt
October 21, 2016

Blogging For Contractors: Five Reasons To Hire A Pro To Do Your Concrete Work

When it comes to attracting new customers for your concrete business, you might think that advertising is your only option. The truth is, there is a much more effective way to get the word out about your company. Blogging for contractors is a great way to grab the attention of those potential customers who use the internet to do their research. Below is an example of a blog post that a concrete contractor might use.

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BY BlogMutt
December 8, 2014

Blogging For The Building And Facilities Industry

When blogging for the building and facilities industry, it can be challenging to present important and timely information in an engaging and interesting manner, while avoiding the overly dry and technical approach.

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BY BlogMutt
November 18, 2014