Writing is something a lot of people think they can do on their own–until they sit down at the computer with a blank page and a blinking cursor. Copywriting is essential to make your website look full and informative. But what exactly is copy and why do we write it? “Copy” doesn’t mean something is plagiarized from somewhere else; it simply means written content. This can be for websites, flyers, brochures, or any number of things. For websites, copy includes the words on the homepage, the about page, product page, and everywhere else.
Obviously, a site will look pretty empty without any words on the pages. Some are perfectly fine with taking a quick look at your site and calling you up for business. Others aren’t. Instead, some like to learn as much about you as possible first before making a decision about whether or not to do business with you. These people will only call you as a last resort. And only if you convince them that it’s worth their while.
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One of the most important parts of copywriting is helping your site get found search engines. This is often termed as on-page SEO and takes a specific type of writing that takes keywords or keyword phrases–search terms you want to rank for–into account and uses them naturally throughout the page. Old school methods meant that the targeted keyword was stuffed into the page as often as possible in ways that sounded unnatural and didn’t make sense.
For instance, if you wanted to show up for “best chocolate chip cookies Dunedin”, it would be something like “We have the best chocolate chip cookies Dunedin around. No one else has the best chocolate chip cookies Dunedin like we do, because we have the best chocolate chip cookies Dunedin.” Nowadays, the page might mention the keyword strategically a couple of times, but the main goal is to be informative and useful to the reader. Our copywriters understand how the Google algorithm works and how to write while keeping around 200 factors to take into account. That’s a lot of things to keep in mind!
How will your copywriting services work for me?
Our copywriting services can help to flesh out your website, create a blog, write flyers, develop booklets, design email newsletters, and much more. We do this by providing relevant information that is useful to your target audience. For your website, we’ll make a page for each of the types of services you offer. And we’ll make sure that the writing is optimised for Google while also being useful and informative to readers. This will help to educate readers that want to learn as much about you as possible. It might also increase your exposure to search engines so that people can find you better through search terms.
But copywriting is for more than just websites. Looking to add a bit of flair to your printed materials? Combining graphic design layout with masterful wordsmithing can trick even avid non-readers into giving your materials a quick skim. And for the bibliomaniacs out there, we can also create press releases, white papers, ebooks, and long-form content so you can read until your inkwell is filled. Avoid the blank page staredown and let our writers handle all the word and sentence building for you. Get in touch today to get started or to find out more.
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What exactly is content?
Content is one of the most important parts of digital marketing. But sometimes marketers get so caught up in talking about the fine details that they forget to go back and explain the basics like “What exactly is content?”
If you’re new to marketing and are just starting to learn about all the differences between digital marketing and other type so marketing like print and radio, terms like “optimise your content” and “content marketing” might sound like gibberish.
The simplest way to define content is that it’s the information on your website. And that doesn’t mean just words. It’s the words on your website, but also the images and videos too.
Our eBook, The Beginner’s Guide to Digital Marketing: What is Content? goes over 9 different kinds of digital content in simple terms.
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Quick, what’s your brand’s identity? If you answered with “My logo”, excellent work! If not, then the correct answer is…
Good app design is all about the user experience including fast load times, intuitive navigation and ease of use.
Information + Graphics = Infographic! Some experts claim infographics are 30 times more likely to be read than text alone.
The point of good advertising design is to get people talking. And our professional designs do just that.
Print design involves designing the layout of your business cards, flyers, and books, and other printed material.
Videos are popular for a reason. But they need to be high-quality–or else they can have the opposite effect.