If your copies are suffering from poor conversion rates, chances are you are using one or more of the following copywriting clichés – words that put off your potential customers.
Writing a great about page is just about getting your point across in your own style, and make it easy, pretty and pleasing. Whether you use a third person or speak directory to your audience, it’s all about doing it right, not wrong. Although there is no single best way to write your about page, here are some best practices.
Are you confused about the rules of capitalization in headings and sub-headings? It is important to know when to use capitals or non-capitals in Headings and Sub-headings in your content pieces in order to bring consistency in style. This post lays down some rules of thumb when it comes to capitalization.
Thoughtfully crafted sales copies help sell products real quick. To be honest, sales copies have no written rules to follow – copywriters conceive their golden ideas as and when they see a product. So what really sets a killer copy apart from the rest? Read this post to learn the myths that kill sale copies and tricks that help sales copywriter sell ice to an Eskimo.
Studies have proved Web users tend to spend a couple of seconds to decide its relevance to their needs. Therefore, as a web copywriter, you have only a couple of seconds to make that VERY first impression! In fact, this is the first thing that’s critical to your prospects’ interaction.