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It’s Probably Time To Review Your Web Copy

It’s probably time to review your web copy

Quick question: When was the last time you updated your website content?

We get it – it’s easy to become complacent. You figure all the pertinent info is there, so good enough, right?

But the fact is, your website is your front desk, sales team and help centre all rolled into one. Is “good enough” really what you should be striving for?

Just as you wouldn’t hire front-end staffers and then never check up on them, it’s worth taking a fresh look at your website content to see if it could be performing a whole lot better. Because when your website is rocking, your business is rolling!

 

Perhaps it’s time for a web content review

We’ve just introduced a new service that will show you where your website is winning and where it may be losing new business.

For just $145, we’ll devote a couple of hours to analyzing your content and showing you how you may be able to improve your website’s ability to grow your business. We’ll even give you a $75 credit toward any future work should you decide your content needs some professional invigoration.

When it comes to online success, content is key – and there’s nothing we know better than content. If you’re not communicating clearly and with confidence, you’re not going to attract and retain customers.

 

To schedule a web content review, or to learn more about any of our copywriting and content marketing services, please contact nancy@rpcopywriting.com.

 

Here’s a quick “freebie”

Even if you aren’t interested in a web content review, have a quick look at our recent article, “6 Common web copy mistakes to avoid.” If you’re making even one of these mistakes, your website likely isn’t working as hard for you as it could be.

 

 

ryanparton

Ryan is a professional copywriter and the former Regional Director for British Columbia of the Professional Writers Association of Canada. With a background in journalism and marketing, he's the lead copywriter on all non-editorial projects and provides the strategic direction for every RP Copywriting client.

A graduate with distinction of Concordia University’s School of Journalism in Montreal, Ryan has been writing professionally for more than a decade. He relocated to Vancouver Island in 2002, where he became Marketing Coordinator for Comox Valley Tourism and later studied Marketing at North Island College. In 2008, he founded Ryan Parton Writing Solutions, which became RP Copywriting in 2014.

Ryan can be reached directly at ryan@rpcopywriting.com .

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