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What is Content Writing?
Content writing is everywhere around us and because of how much written word we see, it makes good content all that much more essential.
The combination of catchy imagery with written content which is both attractive and honest is one of the strongest ways we capture an audience.
Content writing really is what it says on the tin. It comes in many different forms not limited to:
We write well researched, search engine optimised blog posts for any industry.
We can write the copy for your website and optimise it for your desired keywords.
We write ad copy that converts. Whether it’s for Google ads, Facebook etc.
We write well constructed emails in the desired tone of voice for our clients.
Finding content for regular newsletters stressing you out? We can do it for you.
Social Media Posts
We are well versed in social media content and can create posts that will engage and convert.
Do you have a report that you need sending out but don’t have the time? We can help.
We have experience in writing press releases for our clients to syndicate to gain exposure.
Why is Good Written Content Important?
Have you ever clicked on a link thinking you’ll get the answers you need and instead you’re met with a disappointing lacklustre word splurge? One of the most important things you can do as a small business is to create high quality, engaging content; this enables you to hook the interest of clients and generally create a buzz about your company. Good written content can teach your readers something they didn’t know, get your vision and message across to them and will be part of what convinces a potential client to become a definite customer. Written content is also the key to organic following and search visibility through Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). It allows you to highlight particular services and perhaps better explain a process. It’s an opportunity to engage and inform your audience of the