So I’m delighted that my beautiful new website is now in glorious colour – live on the web. I have to say that I am really pleased with the results.
The fabulous Tricia (www.kickingk.co.uk), who created my site, has been as incredibly patient as she has been creative. Little can be more frustrating than a copywriter who has to make sure that every single syllable is perfect. Although I’m sure she’d say the same about getting every pixel of her designs perfect too.
Now that my super shiny new website is up, it also means that I’m able to share my blogs with you (rather than just splashed across Facebook and on paper). We all know how busy our workloads can quickly become. It’s very easy to let activities that we know may help us in the long run, slip lower down our list of to do. Particularly when you’ve already got 46 things on your list…
Perhaps you’ve been thinking about having blogs on your website. They’re a brilliant way for you to connect with potential and current clients. I’m very fortunate in that I write lots of blogs for a complete variety of clients. It could be a marketing company one day and the next a bathroom firm. It gives me a real chance to write across such a broad spectrum. You’d be amazed about what I learn on my writing journey! How’s this for a random fact – did you know that there are no motorways in Norfolk?
If blogging is on your list to do, it’s well worth considering a copywriter to take the pressure off of you. It’ll certainly give you the opportunity to concentrate on what you do best – running and developing your company. Building a relationship with your copywriter is absolutely vital, so that they can understand exactly what it is that your company does, the audience that you’re targeting and the tone of the voice that you would like to use.
Having developed close working partnerships with excellent local designers, web designers and printers, I’m able to deliver a full service for all forms of marketing and public relations collateral as and when you require – whether on a one-off or long-term basis. I’m determined to get the best price for good quality services that will ensure your project is delivered with outstanding results.