People love communication, and businesses love to communicate.
Put a quality Copywriter in the middle, and suddenly, you have a connection that is beneficial for both. Why did I say a “copywriter” and not just anybody in the middle?
It’s because anyone can write, but a professional copywriter looks deeper. Connecting people with businesses is not a fluke or by any means easy (especially in today’s world).
It takes experience, practise, studying, practise, research, practise, practise, risk-taking, courses, practise, seminars… Did I mention practise?
Let’s cut to the chase here: if you need text written for an important project, then you need a copywriter.
But that’s ok, because as a Copywriter, I know that I love to help! We’re in it because we love communicating on deeper levels, and that’s what we bring to the table.
So here’s why you need a copywriter!
What’s the biggest reason why your content loses people’s interest?
It doesn’t deliver on its promise, and their disappointment leaves your reader reaching for the exit button. Boom. It’s as simple as that.
If your business works hard on its Content Marketing strategy (which it should!) and you aren’t seeing the results you were expecting, it’s because it doesn’t live up to the expectations you are setting for your audience!
Here’s how to improve your engagement by fine-tuning your promise and flow, to deliver value that your reader will enjoy (and get the results you’re looking for).
Content Marketing is an effective practise today where businesses produces content to connect better with their audience and offer them value, in return for recognition and interaction.
We all understand that what and the why about Content Marketing. But what seems to be lacking is the how! How do we implement it?
So, here are the 5 ways how to use content in your business strategy.
As a Copywriter, I find that many businesses focus on producing a lot of fresh content pitched towards lead nurturing and brand awareness to acquire new customer segments.
This is a very powerful and proven strategy, to be sure.
However, there is another side of copywriting and content marketing that seems to be going underutilised: engaging your current customer base to offer them ongoing value.
Producing 'current customer content' for them can be equally as effective and profitable (if not more!) as approaching new customers, because it fosters a stronger relationship with the people who are already familiar with your brand.
Here's how copywriting and content marketing can be used to develop stronger bonds with your current customer base, and how to reap the rewards.