“Website copy that works from a sales & marketing perspective, requires a website copywriter with expertise”
I have been writing sales, marketing and website copy for over 20 years. I provide a copywriting service for clients that want to pay for a highly experienced website copywriter. We also provide other cheaper copywriting services where we work in conjunction with other writers.
Our website copywriting services all incorporate research, consultancy, planning and production and we provide a range of other content planning services too.
We work with you to plan and write the pages of your website, so they are set to be very effective from a sales and marketing perspective. We also spend time on keyword research and SEO planning, so that your web pages will help you to start to gain SEO traction and enquiries, when other elements of SEO are applied.
Our website copywriting service is suitable for start-ups and existing website owners who want to drive more visitors and generate more enquiries.
Website planning consultancy
Our website copywriting services vary in price depending on all sorts of factors.
Some websites are easier to write for than others and the level of SEO planning work required varies.
Another service we provide is a digital consultancy service. If you feel that you need help with your website planning alongside your website copywriting then this could be a good service to start off with.
To find out more please contact us
Why pay for a website copywriter?
Copywriting is time consuming and your time is money
SEO friendly copywriting requires specialist expertise
Writing sales and marketing copy that drives enquiries requires experience.
Your website will sit centrally to most digital activity, so you want to get it right.
A website copywriter will take all sorts of important points into account.
Quality content helps improve results from digital activity – this is why it’s worthwhile using a professional copywriter with specialist expertise.
Key things we help with
Research and planning – USP’s, messaging and positioning
Brand identity – concepts, names, tag lines, logos and elevator pitches
Keyword and hashtag research and strategies for cross channel use
Sales, marketing, SEO, social media and website planning
Supplier introductions and project management
How important is your website?
- 1It should be very important.
- 2It should be aligned to your brand and sit centrally to all your sales and marketing activity
- 3It is essentially your “shop window”
- 4All roads lead to your website! You can drive traffic to your website from most marketing channels
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