What is duplicate content? Why is it bad? How do you avoid it?

4th February 2015Web Copywriting

There’s no denying the fact that there’s a lot of content on the web, and inevitably at least some of it is going to be similar to content elsewhere. But there’s a world of difference between similar content and duplicate content. In this special post we examine what duplicate content is, why it’s bad for your online marketing strategy, and focus in on a host of related issues that can come into play.

4 sure-fire ways to spot lazy website copywriting

26th August 2014Web Copywriting

Maybe you’re looking out for competitors who are a little lazy with their website copywriting. Or maybe you just have a niggling feeling that there is something not quite right with the copy on a website you’re looking at. Here are 4 sure-fire ways to spot lazy website copywriting to look out for. 1. The copy … Read More

Is your web content fit for mobile?

22nd January 2014Web Copywriting

Years ago, the big story in retail was the shopping revolution brought about by the internet. But as revolutionary as shopping online from home may once have seemed, it’s now old news. Today the revolution is located within people’s pockets, and it’s not always in the home, it’s on the go – and your web … Read More

Types of Blog Posts a Travel Copywriter Can Create For You

16th September 2013Blogging

A blog can be the most powerful communication tool that travel agents and similar firms have at their disposal. If you or your travel copywriter are posting good content, it can help you to bring in additional traffic, generate repeat visits to your website and engage with your customers effectively on another level. The comments section meanwhile can … Read More

Will There Be a Day When an SEO Copywriter Doesn’t Use Keywords?

13th September 2013SEO Copywriting

Since the first primitive SEO cave paintings were made, SEO copywriters have used keywords to move their client’s websites up the rankings for specific targeted words and phrases. Through the many changes and algorithm updates carried out by search giants like Google and Bing, keywords have remained a vital ingredient of the SEO pie. However, according to Tom Anthony, … Read More

5 Types of Online Content your Food Copywriter can Create to Help Your Business Grow

20th August 2013Copywriting, Food, Drink & Hospitality

Whether you’re promoting your restaurant, selling niche ingredients through an e-commerce site or running any other type of food business, content creation is central to your online success. Content can communicate with your customers, it can increase your exposure, it can persuade, sell and even entertain. But there are a variety of different types of content, each with its … Read More

How Your Food Copywriter Can Create a Tasty Brand Image

2nd August 2013Branding & Brand Story

What’s the difference between Coca Cola and a supermarket own brand cola? There might be slight differences in taste, but if you were blindfolded would you really be able to tell the difference? What really distinguishes Coca Cola as a beverage choice for millions of people around the world is its branding. And you too can use branding to … Read More

Is The Home Page Really Dead?

17th June 2013Web Copywriting

Ever since the first search engines roamed the web, people have been discovering internal pages first. But the home page has continued to fulfil a vital role in being the place where many do make first contact.