A professional copywriters’ core business is to write excellent, sales focused copy that intrigues the potential client to investigate your products or services through the web or other media. Below are a few more reasons why using a professional copywriter will serve your business well.
When a professional copywriter has produced your marketing copy, you can use it over and over again, not only as marketing material, but to aid your salespeople to identify the benefits of your products and services.
Copywriters are professional – they are trained to write for specific audiences. By using a professional copywriter, you can put your time to better use performing the business tasks to which you are best suited. Employing a copywriter is an investment, not an expense.
You have the option to have someone who already has another role in your company to double as a copywriter and ‘just’ write your copy. However, experience has shown that everyday work will keep getting in the way, and the content will never be produced.
Your in-house copywriter can leave at any time. In contrast, a professional copywriter will always be there for you – at least, until they retire! Most will agree not to serve direct competitors (and some prefer not to anyway). By allowing a little distance between you and your copywriter, you actually keep them closer.
One of the most valuable things a professional copywriter offers is an outsider’s view. Whereas in-house staff will adopt your company’s way of thinking, a professional copywriter brings a new and different perspective that can be refreshing and revealing, particularly for a potential customer.
A copywriter who works for many different clients is exposed to a lot of ideas and approaches in the course of their work, many of which are ripe for repurposing or adapting in another industry.
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Naturally we do our best work after we’ve spent some time with your business, but sometimes you need to get some idea of costs and process, especially when you are evaluating potential digital partners.