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Website Content

Having great content on your website will not only give your users a positive experience and help convert sales, it helps search engines like Google index and rate your site, making it easier to find online. From opening hours and service details, to videos and blog posts, it’s important to make sure your content is up to date, relevant and that it reflects your business in a consistent and informative way.

How To Write Stand-Out Copy In A World Where Everyone’s A Writer

Not only has the Internet got people reading more, but it’s also got people writing more. Nearly everyone has at least one social media account, and according to Social Pilot, Facebook users collectively send 150,000 messages every minute. Now that people have their own platforms, they feel compelled to speak from them – no matter […]


How Customers Can Help Create Website & Social Content For You

Owning a small business can be a time consuming job – you have to be sales, marketing, book keeper, HR, strategic lead – and that’s on top of your day-to-day work of making/selling a product or providing a service. The ideal scenario is that you hire people to help you with those tasks, whether a […]


How To Use Fake News To Your Business’s Advantage

‘Fake news’ – literally meaning untrue stories masquerading as news – hasn’t officially been a thing for very long. It feels like it’s really just the past couple of years that the term has been bandied around in earnest, and that’s in response to a proliferation in these false stories circulated quickly and widely on […]


How to Create a Consistent Blogging Schedule

Blogging is an undeniably useful way of increasing your business’ visibility and positioning your brand as an authority. However, the actual task of writing and releasing content on a consistent basis can be quite problematic for small businesses who tackle blogging in-house. If you’re struggling to keep to a regular schedule, read on for a […]


How to Write Interesting Content About a Boring Topic

As a small business owner, you love what you do (or at least I hope you do!). It’s why you get up in a morning, to help people who need what you can provide to the world, whilst also keeping a roof over your head. However, if your field is considered particularly dry and boring […]


How to Draft a Web Page for Design

Any small business is likely to tackle web copy at some point, and translating the words from a Post-it to a living, breathing web page can be a messy process. As the point of a business website is to get people to call/sign up/buy, every bit of content has to be in a tidy and […]


Why You Need Good Copy, Not Exciting Copy

For the last 10 or so years, we’ve all been blinded by the shining light of goodness that is Innocent’s tone of voice. So fun, so quirky. They’ve had a very good run with their copy style and, although I’m personally quite tired of the schtick now (old and bitter, is what I am), they’re […]


Six Tips To Seduce Readers With The Best Ever Headline

Headlines matter more than most people think. In one of the most quoted copywriting tips you’ll hear, advertising Godfather David Ogilvy once said: On the average, five times as many people read the headline as read the body copy. When you have written your headline, you have spent eighty cents out of your dollar. In other […]


How are Google’s RankBrain Updates Affecting Organic Search?

Anyone producing content like blogs or knowledge articles is going to be aiming for good organic traffic. That’s kind of the point. And we know the rules, right? It’s got to be high quality, it’s got to be user-first and it’s got to be relevant to your audience. That’s all still true but, more and […]


How to Use Featured Snippets to Boost Online Visibility

Did you know there’s a feature in Google that – given the right circumstances – can make your blog content display higher than the number one ranking spot? No it’s not AdWords – this is totally free! They’re called “featured snippets”, and are totally possible with minimal website tinkering. Anyone who has used Google in […]


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