Category Archives for "Web Copywriting"

5 Content Errors That Kill Sales

Fix these simple mistakes before they send sales to the competition You worked hard to create the content on your Website, newsletter and blogs. You post the copy and wait for the results to come in. Well, you may be waiting a long time if you are unaware of… The Top 5 Content Errors That […]

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Don’t Forget SEO in Your Content-Marketing Strategy

Take advantage of this competitive tool to boost sales and online awareness Content is a huge part of most marketing strategies right now. In fact, recent stats from the Content Marketing Institute indicate that 72% of B2B marketers are “heavily focused on creating engaging content, citing it as the top priority for their internal content […]

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Are Your Blogs Blah?

Without a content strategy, you lose time, money and sales! You write and post blogs because they are good for your business… or are they? If you don’t have a content-marketing strategy in place, you may be losing time, money and sales in the process. That’s right. Your blogs may just be blah! Here’s how […]

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How to Turn Content Into Sales

You have a unique, competitive advantage with content. Are you using it? You’ve spent hours writing really cool blogs, social-media posts and Website content that rocks… or does it? It’s one thing to write copy, it’s another thing to have your content actually create sales for your business. Content provides a unique way for you […]

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Is Content-Marketing-Strategy Dead?

No…You Just Have to Avoid Costly Shortcuts! It’s 2016, and marketing has changed. Today, your sales, public relations, social-media, SEO, and all other, activities work together to find and keep new customers through specific messaging. And at the heart of all of this is content. According to The Content Marketing Institute article on Key Roles […]

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What Matters Most in Your Small Business?

It’s time to stop and think about what’s really important for ultimate success. It’s the end of the year and time to reflect on your small business… and life. How did you do? Did you have a good year? Were sales up or down? When you have a quiet moment, and the “holiday rush” comes […]

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