Your story is waiting to be told.
Let’s make sure someone will listen. We’ll help you answer your customer’s questions across channels, engage them with interesting and informative content, and pique their curiosities with insightful perspectives and tantalizing offers. We’ll call them to action and make them feel like members of your family. (Awwwww!) Most of all, we’ll make them the heroes of their own customer journeys.
And we’ll help you make sure you can be found out there with SEO practices that get your content indexed without straining your copy to fit keyword phrases (because that’s not even how Google works anymore).
Blog writing. We’ve written blogs about the wildest variety of topics, across all kinds regulated and non-regulated industries. We make you sound smart, interesting, and knowledgeable. We’ve even been known to put together an infographic or two, just for variety’s sake.
Social media profiles and posts. We work with you to understand where your audience is likely to be, then write content that will engage them and inspire them to stay connected with your brand.
Email marketing writing. From the emails themselves to the landing pages they point to, to the premium content they tout: We help you connect the dots, snag the leads, and keep folks coming back for more.
Long-form content. Long-form content is “in.” Digital consumers no longer complain about scrolling — as long as you deliver quality content that meets their needs. We write longer articles, e-books, and white papers that answer their deeper questions, give them something to thing about, and push them along on their journey from consideration to conversion.
Website copywriting. Your website is often your digital hub — the center of activity to which all of your other digital touch-points…er…point. The size of your site doesn’t matter. We’ve worked on tiny little three-pagers to humongous, CMS-powered, multi-departmental behemoths.
Copyediting. For the brave and daring who wish to write their own content, we offer copyediting services to make sure you’re on-brand, well-spoken, and grammatically correct — with or without the Oxford comma.