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Have you considered the content of your web site pages? Can you keep a visitor’s eyes on your pages long enough for them to get a sense of what you do and what you offer?

Copywriting is the foundation of text in your printed materials, your daily creative products, your marketing collateral for your growing business, and in every web page where your products or service meet the public eye.

It’s more important than ever to make the most of the viewing time you have when a consumer or client reads your material — whether you’re a start-up company or an established corporation. Today, more companies are jumping onboard and redefining what their visitors want to read.

Capture More Attention

Visitors to your web pages will ultimately scan your pages, skimming over highlights while on the search for what they want. Many more will have done deep searches to extract what they need. Are you on their search radar? Do you offer graphics and photos to show them what you do?

The Stickability Factor

At A FLAIR FOR WORDS, I help define the content and photos that will make your web pages snap. I offer  my years of design and graphics background to alter the appearance of your pages. There are tricks of the trade. I will dig deep into my own bag of tricks to help persuade visitors to stop and stay a few seconds longer.

By using creative skills, a copywriter gives your web site better descriptions, better creative content, and better “stickability” while gaining longer viewing time. If you wish to show better Customer Service to help keep consumers anchored to your site, then  copywriter can become indispensable

Hire a writer as your go-to specialist. Some copywriters work in specific areas, some in general topics, others in narrow niches. By thinking of your client s’ needs and comparing what you do with your target market, you’ll soon find that a writer can focus words and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) selected phrases
That’s what a copywriter, like me, can do for you.

2 Comments »

  1. Patty says:

    Where can I get one of those for my site?

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