Copywriting is the art of selling through words. It’s persuading someone to take action – to inform, advise and ultimately to influence. So, there’s a bit more to it than first meets the eye. Here are the top five benefits we see people getting from copywriting course
You only get one chance to hook your fingers into a reader’s eye sockets and hold on. And do you know what doesn’t do that? Complicated, boring, confusing writing. So how do you write something simple, interesting and straightforward? Glad you asked. Read on.
How can you swing the ranking odds in your favour without compromising your all-important human audience? We’re big fans of using a solid process to streamline your writing. It’ll help you develop an idea, organise your thoughts and decide what’s critical to include and which ideas you can ditch.
Case studies are better than testimonials. They don’t just tell people that you’re great – they use storytelling to show potential customers how and why you add value. If you’re writing case studies, here are six things you should be doing. 1. Approach it strategically Chances are you’ll have heaps of case studies you can […]
“A business with a marketing department is like a church with a religion department” – Mike Hutcheson Slow clap, Mike. Slow clap. Marketing departments and marketing people – we’re the fluffy ones, the hipsters with the nice hair, buttoned up collars, buzz words and snazzy charts. Segmenting us off from the main business is comfortable […]
Recent studies have shown that 85% of your ranking is down to things that happen off your site. So what does that mean when you’re talking to your clients about SEO? To look really smart in front of them, here’s what you need to know.
Done correctly, content marketing can achieve outstanding results for your brand. By delivering interesting, relevant and educational content, you’ll create awareness and build trust with a perfect target audience.
You can’t talk to everyone who might buy from you. Why? Because if you try talking to everyone, you’ll end up having to be so generic that you’ll get no cut-through.