Creative copy for your business
Your business needs a lot of words. I’ve got plenty to share.
Your website should be a showcase for your business – a beautifully crafted fusion of design, function and wording. The aim – to show potential customers exactly how you are going to solve their problem, meet their needs, surpass their expectations.
A beautifully crafted fusion of design, function and wording.
Wording that speaks to your readers
You have seconds to engage with visitors, and turn curiosity into trust. I’ll provide clear and dynamic wording that grabs their attention and answers the two main questions clients have: ‘What’s in it for me?’ and ‘Why should I use you?’
SEO focused words that reach search engines
Every website should do one thing well, above all others – to be found by search engines. Call it Google-friendly, or SEO focused, or something else, your website wording needs to contain all the keywords that will help your website rank higher in the results – while still remaining engaging and reader-focused for your customers.
Persuasive wording to lead the way
Your reader may want to know how you help them, but your aim is to get them to the finish line. Whether you’re a business selling a service, a charity looking for sponsors or an online community inviting in new members, I’ll work with you to create a clear pathway for your readers that gets everyone on the same page.
Designed wording that delights the eye
The right wording on your website is vital – but so is placement and design. Your website needs to be visually inviting to capture that first glance, and flow beautifully to make information accessible. I’ll work alongside your website designer to ensure layout, headers, text and photographs work seamlessly together.
For your website wording fusion, call today on 07775794727 or email me at Gayle@GECopywriter.com
You’ve got something to say – I’ll help you say it.
Let’s get to the point.
You want to build a relationship with your customers – and that takes trust. You have plenty to tell them about your products and services, and you want to add value by sharing ideas and information.
But you either don’t have the time – or you don’t know where to start.
I provide regular and ad-hoc blogs for businesses that:
Build connections – Did you ever hear that communication is the key to making human connections? Let’s get talking.
Say it clearly – You have something to say, I’ll help you say it. A blog is no place for waffle. Let’s explain your point, and finish off with an effective call to action.
Show what you know – You know your business inside out. Now’s not the time to be shy. Let’s showcase your expertise, and make sure your clients know that you’re the right people for the job.
Understand keywords matter – Google loves fresh, well-written content that shows your website is active, cared for and relevant. Your blogs are your signposts – showing search engines the way to your website.
Time, Strategy and Great Ideas
Writing blogs for your business is a collaboration. I value being a part of your team – getting to know your business inside and out means I can create content that’s relevant and effective.
We’ll work in partnership to understand your marketing strategy and define your message. Then I’ll craft blogs that suit your tone of voice, share your story and boost your online presence. Let me provide the content – giving you time back for your business.
Your business needs a lot of words. I’m here to write them.
I love writing online content:
Websites and blogs – that goes without saying. I’ve written LinkedIn profiles and social media posts, ready for you to use in your own time – creating a cohesive voice across all your business platforms.
And print too:
It’s not gone or forgotten. In this digital world, there’s real value in an actual, written letter, or a brochure in the hand.
And who doesn’t love a challenge?
Every so often I get asked to provide copy for something different. A script for a video, pre-written 60-second pitches for networking. If you have a project in mind, but can’t find the words, then let’s brainstorm together.