Earlier this month I wrote my 100th blog for Milton Keynes-based Expandly, but I was so busy blog writing for Expandly that I completely missed out on celebrating with a lot of cake and a little fist-pump.
Instead, here I am (weeks later and still without any cake) writing a blog about it.
Who are Expandly?
Expandly is a bit of a mouthful. It’s a ‘multichannel management software platform’, which sounds complicated but makes life really simple if you’re an ecommerce seller.
If you sell on Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Wish.com and your own website, you’re a superstar, and you need Expandly.
Expandly acts as the central control panel, meaning that you only have to do things (like listing) once and they’ll replicate it on everything else, automatically and in sync. One of those “that’s a really good idea” idea.
What does A Way With Words do for Expandly?
Expandly had dreams to get high (legally) on Google and the CEO believed that regular blogs were the way to achieve this.
I began writing twice-weekly blogs for Expandly on all things ecommerce. From Amazon’s latest adventure and the future of voice search to the perfect product image and how to use your extra hour when the clocks fall back (in bed thanks to Expandly).
I also introduced a monthly ecommerce news roundup for those that want to stay up-to-date but don’t have the time to trawl the news all day.
Between blogs #1 to #100 I have also proofread emails, amended investment documents and commented on pitch decks.
Why I love writing for Expandly
Expandly trusts me with its blogs and its words. They have a lovely conversational and witty tone of voice which is an absolute pleasure to recreate. Plus, I like shopping online so who better to write about it.
Obligatory Quote from Expandly
“We have huge appreciation for the work Niki does. A Way With Words has increased our customers from organic Google searches by 900%, with us now appearing on the front page of Google for most of our keywords.”
Happy 100th A Way With Words blog Expandly — here’s to another 100.
Oh and guess what — we made it onto the first page of Google — mega fist pump.