Your business’ website acts as your digital storefront; it’s where potential customers go to learn more about you and, ideally, buy from you. But if your website doesn’t answer a few basic questions, you’re going to find yourself with a lot of lost opportunity and that back button is going to get a lot of action.
You may think you’re a good writer - but believe it or not, writing for the web is a whole different beast than writing for print. Whether you’re keeping up with your business blog or updating the copy on your website, toss out those lessons from English class and keep these 7 rules in mind.
Personalized copy is so powerful it can turn complete strangers into customers. But it doesn’t just come out of a hat; there’s a bit of work involved to get there. So, let’s take a look at the steps required to write personalized, compelling copy that converts.
Headlines can either captivate your audience and encourage them to keep reading, or bore them right off the bat and tell them your content isn’t worth their time. But if you’ve ever sat down to write one, you know how difficult it can be. Here are a few ways to craft a compelling headline.
Great website copy captures your audience’s attention and immediately tells them if you can solve their problem. When someone lands on your site, they’re looking to answer: Does what you have to offer solve their needs? If so, why should they buy it from or work with you? Your site must not only answer those questions but do so in a way that keeps their attention and truly creates a connection with them.
Your brand has a backstory, no matter where in the lifecycle it’s at. It’s that backstory that establishes the foundation for your brand story and tells your customer who you are and what you’re all about. Here’s how to write a captivating backstory that will provide the foundation for your brand and create a deeper connection with your audience.