Welcome to Diamond Queen Content

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Welcome to Diamond Queen Content, where diamond-quality writing reigns supreme! My name is Joy Nelson, and I am a self-proclaimed word nerd who takes pleasure in perfect, persuasive prose. The services I offer include:

  • Content for webpages and blog posts
  • Proofreading
  • Coaching to help you refine your own writing skills
  • And more! If you have a certain writing project in mind, don’t hesitate to ask me about it

Why Choose Diamond Queen Content?

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Writers are a dime a dozen. Quality writers… not so much. English is a complex language, and even most native speakers do not understand its nuances. Plus, more than a mere understanding of English is necessary in order to craft high-quality content. It also takes an understanding of the intended audience, an ability to choose powerful and succinct words that clearly communicate a message, and a little bit of passion.

Here are some fast facts about why I am an excellent choice for your content projects:

  • I’ve been writing professionally since 2013
  • I’ve had a passion for writing since kindergarten.
  • I know the difference between further and farther and between an en dash and an em dash — that is to say, I avoid many of the errors that commonly litter webpages.
  • Client feedback is important to me — I want you to be 100% happy with the content I create for you.
  • I’ll get started on your project for FREE.

Do You Really Need to Hire a Content Writer?

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Many businesses, particularly small businesses, choose not to hire a content writer. That’s understandable because if you can get your message across with your own writing skills, why would you hire someone else to do it? Because there is value in hiring a professional to do the word-weaving for you. Some advantages of hiring a content writer include:

  • You’ll get to work with someone who can express your ideas in a powerful way.
  • You won’t have to worry about whether you’ve made embarrassing errors. (Typos can happen to anyone, but if you are unsure about how to use commas, or you aren’t clear on some of the finer points of writing, your audience is going to notice that. You therefore run the risk of sounding unprofessional.)
  • You’ll save time and get to focus more on crafting strategies to grow your business.
  • Well-written copy can do much to boost conversions, benefit your bottom line, and improve your SEO.

Check Out My Latest Blog Posts

  • How to Build Confidence as a Writer
    One of the biggest reasons why writers give up on their craft is a lack of confidence. Something as simple as a single piece of negative feedback, or even a lack of response altogether, can make writers wonder, “What’s the point?” I’ve been there. I’m probably going back there at some point in the future. […]
  • Top 10 Tips for Self-Editing and Revising
    All too often, people divide writers and editors into separate categories. It’s true that not all editors are writers, but all writers must be editors. Writers who throw together a rough draft and do a quick spell-check, then expect an editor to do all the hard work, are making a big mistake for several reasons: […]
  • Top 4 Tips for Professional Email Communication
    Email has become one of the primary methods of communication for business professionals. If you’re anything like me, you would rather send an email than make a phone call any day. Since email is so important to professional life, it only makes sense that you should be aware of email best practices. Here are some […]
  • Essential Keys to Conquering the Comma
    Ah, commas. This cute little punctuation mark is essential to writing understandable prose. Unfortunately, it is also among the most misused punctuation marks. I’ve seen countless examples of extra commas, missing commas, and commas that seem to be hanging out just because the writer wanted to put one there (or made a typo). How can […]
  • 8 Quick and Simple Ways to Improve Your Writing
    Do you write web content? Short stories? Novels? Essays? Whatever realm of prose your work falls into, there is always room for improvement in your writing. I include myself in that statement! I’m always open to constructive feedback. In fact, I often find that I am guilty of not following the tips that I’m about […]