Services offered by abc copywriting to businesses include copywriting, copy editing and proofreading – all at competitive prices. To find out more, please read the details below.
If you need help writing about your business, whether for an advertisement, your website, a press release/feature for a business publication, content for flyers/catalogues or social media content, abc copywriting can help.
To talk through your marketing projects, large or small, online or offline, get in touch today.
Writing content to a tight deadline is daunting enough. Making sure it is within the word count and highlights key messages or phrases is doubly challenging. Luckily, I am used to these pressures, so why not call me to talk about your project?
If you are unsure where to start, I can create original copy for:
- Websites – web pages, blogs, lead magnets
- Printed brochures/catalogues/flyers
- Large scale graphics, for example exhibition panels and posters
- Social media platforms
I ensure your brand messages are stated in a consistent tone of voice throughout, addressing the needs of your customers.
Copy Editing Service
You may have written copy yourself, but you may not be sure whether it is written in a Google-friendly way? Or, you could need a little help with spelling, grammar and on-page SEO?
Whatever the copy, I can check and edit it for content, repetition, tone of voice, consistency, spelling, grammar, length and ‘waffle’! I am also happy to suggest alternatives you may like to consider.
If you already have copy that you are happy with, you may like someone else to proofread it for you. I offer a proofreading service to double-check for typing, spelling and grammatical errors.
It never ceases to amaze me just how many typing errors you can find on long-established websites! Some even appear on the websites of well-known, high-profile companies. It is always advisable to ask someone to double-check any written text.
The mind is an amazing thing and can correct small typing errors in the brain, especially when the person checking is the same person who wrote the text! Your eyes will see what they think should be there, rather than the words as they appear. Unfortunately, although the errors may have been corrected in your head, they will still remain on the page!