Website copy is an essential element of any site. It has the unique purpose of driving your visitors to action and can be the deciding factor in converting visitors into leads. Often, copywriting can be overlooked in the web development process by other elements such as SEO, design, or functionality, but its purpose is just as important.
When writing effective copywriting for your website, it’s important to keep some details in mind:
Making sure the content on your business's website accurately reflects your brand and speaks to your target audience is often easier said than done; however, it is one of the most important things you can do on your website.
A professional copywriter can capture your audience's attention quickly with content that's structured in a clear and persuasive flow, while accurately echoing the voice of your brand. If you've ever felt overwhelmed by the pressure of writing content for your business, then you know how invaluable a professional copywriter can be! That said, no matter the skill of the copywriter, there are a few things you can do to help in the content creation process.
A blog is one of the best ways for your business to position itself as an industry leader, improve search engine optimization, and influence consumer decision-making in one fell swoop.
By nature, blogs are more personal than other online sources, like news sites or online magazines. Because of this, they are more appealing to today's consumers who prefer word-of-mouth recommendations over traditional advertising. Recent polls have rated blogs as the 5th most trusted source for online info with most consumers viewing them as more accurate than other online sources. As more and more consumers hop online to comparison shop and research before making a purchase, a trustworthy, high-ranking blog is imperative for your business to compete.
So you wrote a blog post. Now what? Instead of letting your words languish in the archives, bring them back to life by repurposing the content. Here are a few ways you can do that.
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