Yes, definitely. You can write quality content for your website, all by yourself.
On your website you will be promoting products and services. It is a good idea to choose products that you have experienced yourself, or that you have heard reports from persons who have experienced them.
Your aim is to provide enough information to your visitors to make a decision on whether to purchase the product or not. The more in-depth and genuine your content is, the more likely the reader is to decide.
Remember that when writing content, though you would like a purchase decision from the visitor, you are not necessarily telling them to buy, buy, buy.
Simply show what the product does and how it is able to solve whatever issues they may have.
For example, if you were promoting at-home exercise equipment, along with the obvious lose weight, get fit bit, you may want to expand on the convenience of not having to go the gym, working out in the privacy of your own home, easy storage, cost savings versus gym membership and so on.
You should never lack for content ideas if you are promoting products that you are familiar with.
When you get further along in building your business, you can outsource your content writing. However, you should begin by writing your own content and set that as the standard for measuring your outsourced writing.
Personally I find it is much easier to write content in a document processor where is can easily and quickly manipulate it and make all the required rewrites without frustration.
Google Docs lends itself nicely to content writing, especially, for me, the voice typing feature.
I encourage you to create a Google email account (g-mail) for your business now. As far as possible, and if available, try to get an account that aligns with your business with your email. For example, for my business I use firstname.lastname@example.org. Also make use of all the applications Google Docs offer as much as possible, including the very valuable spreadsheet application.
I have provided a very detailed post on how to build a mutually rewarding relationship with Google as an Affiliate Marketer, by delivering the quality content the google bot like to encounter when it crawls your page. Take a look now at Google and Affiliate Marketers for more ways to attract Google and new visitors.
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