Ten years ago we called websites ‘new media’. No longer are they as such, yet they still need a new approach in writing, offering constant development. Website text needs to be even more concise than printed media as it’s harder to read on screen, especially in a time where readers want answers fast.
The principles of good website writing are simple but they need to be applied with discipline if they are to succeed.
We offer 3 different levels of website copywriting, depending on the amount of help needed:
This is effectively a copy clean up service, which means that we will check for mistakes (grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc.) and tidy up any clumsy writing.
You provide us with the body text and we will not only ensure that there are no mistakes, but we'll rewrite it to have high levels of engagement.
This is where we write the content for your web page from scratch, which means we have to discuss with you and research a little more, before we start typing.
To ensure your articles succeed in Google and impress your readers, they need to be significantly longer than your typical web page. Not only this, but thorough research has to be carried out to ensure the right topic and how to beat the competition.
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