Does it fail to get the attention of your ideal client? Are visitors not taking the action you need them to do? Are people not buying?
And can you hear crickets chirp?
If you’re getting a good response then that’s awesome, but if the activity on your website is as vibrant as the inside of a bell jar you probably know that something needs to be done with your content.
Perhaps you hate writing, or don’t know where to start, or haven’t a clue what you’re supposed to include.
Honestly? It doesn’t really matter about the reason.
What matters is that you have a lot to offer (probably more than you realise) and if people just understood what you could do for them, you know it would make a huge difference to your business right?
if you were with me on my webinar last night you’ll already have a bunch of ideas about how to spruce up your web content and if you missed last night’s little soiree, well you did miss some quick fixes you can do to improve the quality (and results) of your web copy, but that’s okay.
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And it ends tomorrow.
Connie @ kalamazoo dentists says
Nice video! Well, I’ve been through having bad content and realize that I had fewer visitors than before. However, I think those instances never stopped me from trying and keep on improving my website, especially my content. I guess, it’s a matter of revising and giving updates. Perhaps, that was my fault before. When I finally acted on it, I got my readers back. By the way, you got an interesting and inspiring article you have there. Thanks a lot for this!
Stan Faryna says
Consider extending the date of the deal another week. [grin]
Your post went through Triberr on May 1st. After the deal had already expired.
I’d love to extend it, but I want to be a gal of my word and stick by the deadline. I’ll bear in mind that there’s a delay in Triberr picking up posts though and don’t worry, The Beginner’s Guide To Web Content will be released again 🙂
Hi Amy, thanks for commenting on my blog! I really appreciate it! I really agree with you here. As a freelance writer/designer, I think it’s crucial for companies, individuals, and bloggers to take their content seriously. One of the worst things is when a company decides to do all their marketing in-house (with no professional writer anywhere in sight). I hope companies like that will discover your blog. 🙂
Hi Bryan, Thank so much for the comment and I agree. I find it so sad that a lot of companies don’t get the response they want form their website, or marketing or advertising and there is so much that can be done with the right style of copy. As well as writing for clients, I really want to provide resources for those who have to write their own copy. Even small changes can make the difference between getting a response and hearing those crickets.
I loved your blog post as well, it was very relevant to me!
Shivam Garg says
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