Writing Marketing Copy That Sells
In 1970, 500 ads were seen by the average American per day, today it can be over 4,000 ads per day. And this is why copywriting marketing should be on your radar if you want to grow and maintain your customer involvement.
Persuading people to convert is what copywriting marketing is all about. Getting your future customers into the fold. Then keeping them there.
Sales and retention.
That is what we can help you with. Because you most likely don’t have the time or the experience to write what needs to be written.
And let’s face it, every business requires a strong and stable marketing department in order to expand their business.
Copywriting Marketing Projects For You
Here is a list of our strong suits:
Site Content Audit and Report
Let us do a comprehensive analysis and diagnostic report of your company’s website user-friendliness and effectiveness across all elements and pages and posts of the site – how the copy reads, flows, and guides your site visitors. I may identify weaknesses and opportunities to help improve lead generation, user experience, and sales-conversion results.
When it comes to making a splash with Google, your content today is king and an ongoing account of your wanted information, opinions, tips, best practices, and other ideas that you have in mind. Blog posting provides useful information for your customers focused on their problems, questions, and needs.
Lead-Gen Landing Page
This is where you want to ‘lead’ your potential or current customers too. A short, concise, single-focus web page designed to bring in leads through a persuasive offer to convince them to buy or buy again. The offer may typically include a free report, free subscription, free demo, or some other valuable ‘freebie.’
Email is still a significant way to communicate with your future prospects and current clients. People usually welcome emails from companies either as a well-written introduction or as a follow-up after the sale. Do not underestimate this marketing tool. We could help you stand out among those other thousands of sales pitches.
A daily, weekly, or monthly newsletter sent via email from a company to their customers and prospects to build, maintain your relationship with them and possibly sell them a little more of your stuff. Harvard Business School found that on average, a 5% increase in customer retention rate (the measurement of loyalty) results in a 24% to 95% increase in profits. how would that help your bottom line?
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
A collection of questions and answers that your future and current customers may frequently ask about your company, product, or service, generally in the areas of “how it works.” Your customers and prospects might be looking for FAQs posted on your website to find instant answers to their burning questions, anytime, without having to talk to that ‘dreaded’ salesperson.
Social Media Management
Maintaining an active presence on social media – from Facebook to Twitter. The time-consuming posting, monitoring, updating, responding, and participating on a daily basis could grow your audience and generate leads for new customers, facilitate community participation, and increase your sales and revenue.
I really believe we have what it takes to persuade your future and current customers to spend their money with you through copywriting marketing.