Are you ready to feel confident in your business website, but don’t have the dollars for professionals?
Don’t worry. If you’re reading this, you’re in the right place!
You are deliciously talented with creative gifts to share.
You’re silencing the naysayers, those ‘get a real job’ers, and are living each day amazed, inspired, and fired up about your life.
Big girl panties? You’re rockin’ them! You’re channeling their confidence, courage, and ‘I will do this’ attitude into a creative business you adore.
You’ve got your product or service, the photos, the site design—now you just have to write something.
But you aren’t quite sure what to say.
And you aren’t sure how to say it.
You begin to wonder if the words really matter and throw any old thing up on the screen. You say, ‘My site is pretty, my product is awesome—the rest shouldn’t really matter.’
Oh, love—it does matter.
Why web content matters
Your web content is how potential clients and customers connect with you. If you aren’t connecting, they aren’t buying.
The truth? People can buy what you’re selling from anyone. But they buy from you because of an emotional connection, because something about you connects with something they stand for and believe in.
They buy from you because they like you. And the best way to let them know who you are and what you’re all about on your site is through content.
Professional copywriters research and strategize ways to connect with your right people, then create content using the elements that appeal to them most. But the average price for a page of web copy is $250. And as a sparkly new entrepreneur, you might not be swimming in ‘hire a professional’ dollars.
The good news?
You don’t need professionals to start rockin’ your website’s content.
You don’t need a team of experts.
You don’t need a marketing strategist.
You don’t need a copywriter.
All you need are the right tools—and the right tools will get your site read all over.
Who’s the guide for?
Read All Over is for aspiring, creative women entrepreneurs who are chasing their dream of a creative small business, and are ready to DIY their web content.
You don’t just want words and blah blah blah on your website. You want to understand your right people and communicate with them in a way that leaves them with the feeling of ‘this site is so me!’
The guide is designed to teach you how to reveal your delicious talents and offerings to potential clients and customers in a way that gets them excited about you, and leaves them wanting more of your creative goodness.
What’s in it for you?
Six segments of information, examples, instructional guides, and exercises that teach you how to write copy that positions you as an expert in your industry by appealing to the emotions, desires, and concerns of your ideal clients. You’ll discover how to create web copy that connects with and engages your audience, creating an experience that sells without the sleazy sales pitch.
-exactly what awesome copy and content does
- your message and the best way to communicate it
- your target market who will love to love (and buy from) you
-how to tell your target market exactly what they want to hear
-how to get your copy to sell without the sleazy sales pitch
Word on the Street:
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the answers in a fun, upbeat, and sassy kind of way. Highly recommended to the casual blogger and professionals alike.” – Kristen Lawlor (Little Laws Prints)