Having a website is one thing – but having a website that will convert traffic into customers is completely different.
Wondering what the key difference is between the two?
Two words: website copywriting.
Your website’s copy is what’s compelling visitors to hang around on your site. And the longer they do, the higher the chance you have of converting them into a lead.
Maybe they sign up for your email newsletter or download your free e-book.
Maybe they reach out to you using your website’s contact form.
Or maybe – better yet – they convert into a sale right away.
But they won’t do any of these things if your website has ineffective copy that doesn’t compel action!
The results are even worse when your website is riddled with spelling, grammar and punctuation errors. In only a matter of seconds, your poorly written copy could actually drive web traffic away from your site – and straight to your competitors’.
That doesn’t happen when you use us to complete your website’s search engine optimized (SEO) copy! Using the proper tone for your company, we can craft effectively written, search engine optimized copy that will attract traffic and lead to more customer conversions.
First, we complete the research needed to identify your target audience and keywords. We then identify the brand image you want to project and identify your company’s tone of voice. Gathering everything together, we create effectively written website SEO copy that is informative, engaging and error-free.
Yes, your website needs to include compelling copy that instills action, but it also needs to reflect your small business’ brand. Our copywriting process ensures that everything we write for you accomplishes both!
Affordable SEO Website Copy that Doesn’t Compromise Quality
With over ten years of experience, we can be trusted to craft your small business’ copywriting – no matter what industry you’re in. The best part? Our copywriting is affordable for small business owners.
At the end of the day, having high quality, SEO copywriting is what makes the difference between a good website and a great website. And what would you rather for your small business?