Reading Time: 3 minutes Your website is one of the first places your potential customer or client will go to learn more about you. From the Home page to the Contact page, the content across your site has a direct impact on your leads. The copy should be compelling,
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Reading Time: 3 minutes Your website is just that—yours. You’re a unique individual with a business that delivers services in a way no one else can. Sure, your website should be informative and speak to the benefits of your service. It should also be a place where your audience
Reading Time: 4 minutes You did it! You committed to giving yourself and your company the website of your dreams—the website you deserve. To get your site done right, you brought on a team of experts to help. One of those experts is an experienced website copywriter who you’ve
Reading Time: 3 minutes Here at Custom Content Solutions, we take great pride in getting to know you on a deeper level before diving into your website content project. We take the time to gather the important details of your business, your goals for your new website copy and
Reading Time: 3 minutes Do many words on a page speak louder than a few? When it comes to writing website content, the argument about “how many words are enough” comes up time and again. And, in fact, the word-count discussion has been around much longer than that. Shakespeare
Reading Time: 3 minutes In years past, websites that coveted the top spot on Google’s search results list had an easy way to get there—take your content, stuff a ton of relevant keywords in and then hit “publish.” Suddenly, these websites received all kinds of traffic…but conversion never followed.
Reading Time: 3 minutes If there is one question that we get asked more often than any other, it’s this: “How many words should be on the page?” Or, “How long should my blog post be?” Or “What’s the ideal word count for my content to rank in search
Reading Time: 3 minutes When you write content for your website and your blog, who are you writing it for? If you answered by saying, “my audience”, you’re only partially correct. You see, speaking to a general audience is a bit too broad. The only way to generate qualified