Content That Works For You.
What are words worth?
In a fiercely competitive business environment your website and social media interactions are important in providing information which distinguish you from your competitors, explain your products & services and inspire a call to action.
Most importantly your written content must be concise, well written and easy to understand. Which is where I come in, as your first port of call to write both website and blog content that works for you.
I can also help build your social media presence, plan your interactions and schedule what you do and when you do it.
If that's all you need to know click on the button below to send me an enquiry, or if you need to know more read on or navigate the site.
Images pull you in, but words tell the whole story
The last time many of us wrote more than a few hundred words was in school and how many of us can say we actually enjoyed writing those long essays? Most of us would have been only too happy if someone else could have written all those words for us. In a business context that's exactly what happens when you ask me to copy write your website or blog.
Do you have the time to actually write that blog post you've been meaning to do for months? If the answer is no I can help. I can write from scratch or edit existing documents and plan to post them for you on a regular, timely basis. Your site will be refreshed with new content and you'll have something to share on your social media channels.
Making time for Social Media is something that many small business try but very often quickly neglect. They don't gain many followers and fairly soon stop using social media completely, leaving a legacy often connected to their website, of old, out of date or irrelevant content. However, with my help planning, scheduling and composing your output you can make it work for your business.
One of the easiest ways of keeping your website refreshed with content is to use a blog, which can also feed into your social media. But you need to plan just how you are going to do it, what you're going to say, how often you're going to say something, when content will be written and when it will be posted. You're busy with other projects, do you have time to plan or write? If that answer is no, I can help.
Don't use words too big for the subject. Don't say 'infinitely' when you mean 'very'; otherwise you'll have no word left when you want to talk about something really infinite. C.S. Lewis
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