My business writing and internet marketing experience includes white papers, case studies, business proposals, press releases, business blogs and extended articles. I have provided specialized consulting, content writing, business development, business coaching, career training and market research services to global clients located throughout the world.
Consider moving to a large city full of copywriting job opportunities. If you don’t want to work remotely, it can be more difficult to find copywriting jobs, especially if you live in a small town or city. If you’re serious about copywriting, think about moving to a bigger city like New York, San Francisco, or Chicago where there are lots more job opportunities for copywriters.
Creating a successful website requires a lot of different parts come together. I believe that a spirit of collaboration serves everyone well. Over the years, I’ve built my own network of providers—including other specialized online copywriters—who I can recommend without hesitation. Copywriters for legal/lawyer websites, Medical copywriters, Real estate copywriters, SEO copywriters, Technical writers, Recipe writers, SEO companies, Graphic designers, Photographers, Illustrators
What do you want readers to do with the content you create? If your only answer is, “Well, read it, I guess,” you need to go back to the drawing board. Before you even start writing, you need to know what your call to action will be, and you need to make it compelling enough that readers can’t help but click. That’s how you connect content writing to marketing goals and prove ROI.
Hone your message Use short sentences (10 to 20 words) and paragraphs (2 or 3 sentences) to boil down your message you its essence. This is also a good time to check for grammar and edit out anything unnecessary: modifiers, complex clauses, awkward phrases. Use an active voice, and avoid business jargon, obscure words, stale phrases, and any abstract or confusing ideas. Make it concrete and straightforward.