SEO Copywriting Services
Just like eyes are windows to the soul, Ads are windows to the sales and profit! Writing incredible ad copy necessitates thoughtfully written content incorporating call-to-actions, which has the potential to persuade your customers to buy. Yet, writing an ad is not everyone’s cup of tea! It requires a genius creative mind that has a passion for playing with words and great writing skills to master the art of ad copywriting. Looking for such skillful writers to craft your copywriting? Unburden your shoulder and leave the job upon the pros! We have a team of professional copywriters who create the best ad copies for your brands!
Communicating The Language Of Marketing
A good chunk of ad copywriting services employs the expertise of freelance copywriters. So, if there’s something to sell then talk about it (read advertise). Marketers across the globe realize the importance of this aspect. An advertisement, then, to begin with, is all about what you have to say – words and copy. Hence, with the promise of providing ad copywriting services, we lend you the support of some of the best freelance copywriters.
Edge of a Professional Copywriter
An advertisement is a sales pitch in disguise, where the marketer introduces his or her product with the only motive of turning it into sales. Now, to engage the consumer with the product and not do a hard-sell, is something to be done ingeniously. A professional team of writers makes this happen. Focusing on the area of ad copywriting services, we try and understand the inherent idea of how to market a company/product of a company.
Nuances of Ad Copywriting Service
In this business, it becomes essential to understand the feel of the product that has to be marketed. This is the reason that an ad copy for an FMCG would largely differ from the financial product of a bank. This is where the very best freelance copywriters come to our rescue.
A Copywriter’s Creative
While an ad is supposed to be the professional tool for carrying a message, the charm lies in the creative. By this, we mean the framing and presentation part of the advertisement. Hence, we like to keep a tab on the changing market trends and consumer behavior. This backend research helps the writers formulate an ad copy that would eventually lead to stronger brand awareness. Our strength, thus, is our team, which helps us capture the soul of a brand in very few yet captivating words, delivering outstanding ad copies.
From engaging with your customers to enhancing your brand, a good copywriter will be able to understand your business and its objectives, distill your market and audience, and communicate with your audience in a way that compels them to take the desired action.
As you’ll have discovered yourself, this is often not always as straightforward because it sounds. Sometimes you’ll thrash out a page of brochure copy first time within a few hours. At other times you can spend days agonizing over a single strapline.
Creativity doesn’t come on tap. It doesn’t just drop off the end of a production line. Natural talent is a bonus but there’s no substitute for the knowledge and judgment that comes with years of experience, a huge success, and the odd catastrophe.
Whether a brochure or a website, an advertisement, or a sales letter. Whether it’s for customers, suppliers, or any other stakeholder. Good copy should be straightforward without being simple, clever without being smug, lively without being breathless.
‘It’s only words. We all speak English and my spelling’s not too bad.’
Everyone thinks they will write but there’s a difference between having the ability to place one word ahead of another and having the ability to write down compelling, engaging, interesting copy that gets to the point succinctly and achieves its goal.
Let me explain. It’s a bit like doing your own decorating. It’s never getting to be as impressive as if you’d called within the professionals. But hey, it’ll do. But then you begin to note the poor cutting in and bits flaking off.
It’s much the same with copywriting. You could write it yourself but it’ll never be nearly as good because it might be if you’d hired a contract copywriter. Spelling mistakes, wrong tenses, endless waffle – I’ve seen all of them.
So within the end did you actually save yourself any time and hassle? Think of the time you spent writing, re-writing, and refining. And what about all that potential business you’ve omitted on by having a sales letter, brochure, or website that’s not doing what it’s supposed to?
This depends on a variety of things – the dimensions and complexity of the project; how quickly you would like it; what information you’ll supply and the way quickly you’ll supply it, and my workload at the time. Ordinarily, I can rotate shorter pieces within 1-72 hours, while larger, more complicated projects may involve in-depth research or interviews and can take longer. I’ll always create your content as quickly as possible but will never compromise on quality or detail. A deadline will always be agreed with you during our initial discussions or at the briefing stage before the creative process begins.
A: To quote accurately, I need to know a bit of detail:
How many pages of copy are you after?
What kind of pages are you after? (e.g. Web, corporate profile, brochure, speech)
If web, what are the pages? (e.g. Home, About Us, Services)
How many words per page are you anticipating? (Or are you happy to go with my recommendation?)
Will you be relying on traffic from the search engines? (i.e. Will you need your site optimized for search engines?)