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If there’s one overused cliché in content marketing, it would be “Content is King.” As cliché as it sounds, this phrase speaks the truth because any kind of content (i.e. blog posts, infographics, videos, etc.) can help brands in endless ways.

Words and visuals, in particular, are powerful communication tools. They help to establish your brand identity, build a connection with your audiences, boost awareness of your brand, and generate qualified leads among other benefits.

This is why every company should make content an essential part of its marketing arsenal. Businesses should utilise content marketing to improve awareness, leads, and sales.

If your organisation hasn’t developed a solid content marketing strategy yet, now is the time to jump on the bandwagon.

Keep reading to learn more about content marketing and how to make high-quality content pieces that work for your business.

What Exactly Is Content Marketing

In its simplest definition, content marketing is all about using relevant and valuable content to attract and retain visitors, eventually turning them into paying customers.

It aims to capture the interest of audiences and solve their pain points by creating content that serves these goals.

This blog you’re reading right now is a form of content marketing. That online survey you answered, the email you opened and social media posts you liked is also another form of content marketing.

Other types of content marketing include:

  • case studies
  • infographics
  • webinars
  • podcasts
  • videos

Why Content Marketing Works

Content marketing works wonders because of 3 major reasons: it delivers value to audiences, builds trust over time, and attracts the right target audience for your brand.

Think of blog articles as an example. These content pieces are written for a certain group of audiences to address specific needs, pain points, and desires.

When the readers’ problems are addressed and solved through your articles, your blog site establishes an authority. Readers will keep coming back for more, thus allowing your brand to engage better leads and customers.

Still not convinced that content marketing works? Take a look at these content marketing statistics:

Content Marketing Examples to Inspire Your Next Campaign

You now know what content marketing is all about. You are aware on how it can help your marketing efforts. Let’s take a look at some successful examples that can inspire you into action!

Coca-Cola’s “Share a Coke” campaign

Coca-Cola company personalised its cans with 250 of the most common names and people around the world went crazy in search of a can bearing their name. The campaign was a major success because it appealed to human emotions, inspiring shared moments of happiness among friends and family.

In Australia alone, the soft drink manufacturer sold more than 250 million (that is 10 times of its population size!) bottles and cans within 3 months.

Coca-cola grew sales with share a coke campaign

Superdrug challenges beauty standards with the campaign: “Perceptions of Perfection Across Borders”

Superdrug Online Doctor is a website offering prescription and medical consultation services. The brand asked designers from 18 countries to retouch a woman’s photo according to their country’s beauty standard. The project aimed to better understand potentially, the unrealistic standards of beauty and to see how pressures on women’s bodies vary around the world.

The project turned out to be a success because of the body positivity message it left: there’s no such thing as the perfect body.  

These pictures quickly made headlines when they were first published and sparked lots of conversations online which boosted the brand awareness of Superdrug.

BuzzFeeds Tasty facebook page – Building a juggernaut with short video content

BuzzFeed’s instructional cooking arm, Tasty, is one of the biggest publishing brands on Facebook and it’s also the juggernaut behind the success of Buzzfeed’s video marketing.

Tasty successfully captured people’s interests by publishing recipes and other food-related content consistently. The brand also began the unique 60-second video format, making it popular on Facebook feeds.

In September 2016, Tasty’s main Facebook page was the third-biggest video account on Facebook with nearly 1.7 billion video views. Today, Tasty has grown into a multi-stream revenue model with over a 100 million followers, receiving an average of 300,000 views for each of its new video.

How to Create Content That Works for Your Brand

Remember, content is an essential piece of information. All the information presented in it can help you succeed at persuading and entertaining your readers. With that in mind, it is important to create a content marketing strategy that focuses on producing quality content.

There are 4 qualities to a great piece of content:

1. It Should Be ReadABLE

First things first, your content should be readable. It should be easy on the eyes.This means it should meet the following readability factors: font size, text and background colour, white space, and more.

You can’t expect your target audience to stay on your website if your content is written in tiny fonts. Troublesome colour combinations can also result in headaches, which can tune your readers out in the first few minutes of their site visit.

Also, white space should be your friend. Make sure the column width, vertical spaces between lines, and space around the images aren’t too tight for easier reading.

For content to be readable, it should also be easy to understand. Audience’s attention span keeps shortening over the years. That’s why you should convey your message simply to avoid alienating readers in the first few minutes or seconds.

Secondly, follow the KISS principle. Keep it short and simple. Steer clear of complex words and jargons to get your message across. It’s also ideal to reduce the length of your sentences.

While there’s no definitive rule on the ideal length of a paragraph, a great way to paragraph would be around ideas. Split your paragraphs into sections to make chunks of information easy to read.

2. It Should Be ShareABLE

The best content gets more eyeballs not only because it’s readable but also because it’s shareable. Oftentimes, content shareability depends on one significant factor: the topic itself.

If you want to get your content shared, come up with content ideas that resonate well with varied audience types. You can begin your topic research by looking into the following: emotions, trend, and identity.

Creating content that elicits emotions such as excitement, joy and awe can your make brand or campaign viral. Strike these positive chords to connect with your audiences emotionally and eventually attract more likes, clicks, or shares.

Finding trending topics and building upon them is another sure-fire way to make content shareable. Provide your target audience with content that speaks to their interests and this may help inspire discussion and connection among like-minded individuals.

Let’s say you’re targeting people who love to travel. This type of audience has various interests—destination, experience, food, and so on. You may write a blog article that features a list of vacation spots and activities in a specific location.

People are also more likely to share content on their social media profiles if they can relate to and see themselves in it. Try to understand what your target audience believes in and create a piece of content that affirms their points of view.

3. It Should Be ActionABLE

For a content marketing campaign to be effective, the content should not only spread information to a specific audience, but it should also prompt action and explain to the reader how they can achieve a certain objective. This is known as actionable content.

When creating actionable content, you must understand your prospect’s dilemmas or problems. You need to recognise these problems and provide answers, solutions or helpful advice.

So how do you actually create this kind of content?

First, you should focus on the ‘how-to’ element of your content. Instead of only presenting a list of ideas, explain how to execute them or guide readers on how to choose the right one.

Next, use visuals (i.e. images and videos) to explain your thoughts and ideas. The human brain is hardwired for visual content. Adding visual elements to your content will help your audiences process the information easily.

Also, actionable tips that are backed by real-life examples can convince your readers to take action. Include examples and statistics within sections of your posts to make your content trustworthy.

Lastly, use clear calls-to-action (CTAs). Keep them short and sweet but make sure you get the message across whilst evoking a sense of urgency.

4. It Should Be MemorABLE

Great content leaves your audience in awe. It lets readers hang on to your words or message not just for a moment, but for a long time.

Tapping into a single emotion such as happiness, sadness, anger or fear is one way to make content stick with your target audience. In a study conducted by Psychology Today, it was found that people respond to the emotional part of the ads than the text itself.

That is why tear-jerking and humorous campaigns tend to leave an impact on audiences. The strong emotions they convey help to engage, influence, and inspire people, making the campaign viral and memorable.

Apart from using emotional triggers, there’s another method to leave your audience awestruck- a cliff-hanger.

There are a few steps to create cliff-hanger content. First, begin with writing strong and magnetic headlines. Your headline should give readers a glimpse of your content’s purpose. Next, craft a promising introduction. Tell readers why they should care about your post and promise them a solution to their problems.

Then, leave them with a question that will make them reflect on how they can implement the knowledge you provided. The question should leave them wanting for more and clicking your call-to-action (CTA) button.

Back to You

Behind every successful brand, there are high-value content pieces designed to promote its business.

If you want to stand out or at least keep up with your competition, then develop content that’s readABLE, shareABLE, actionABLE, and memorABLE.

Fun fact: Those four words all end in ABLE. That means you have a bigger chance to achieve your goals if you’re able to create content that meets the above qualities.

Here at 2Stallions, we recognise the value of content marketing and uphold the above practices. If you need assistance with developing content that engages and sells, we would be happy to help. Learn more about our content marketing services here.

Many companies have started developing an online presence for themselves. However, most still fail to unlock the numerous digital opportunities for their businesses. Why is this? The main culprit is poor persuasive copywriting techniques.

Your business website isn’t what builds your brand on the Internet. You can potentially reach millions of customers to visit your website, but once on your website, your profitable actions are driven by something else altogether.

Your compelling content. This is what builds your brand, keeps visitors engaged on your website, gets them interested in your products or services and ultimately drives them to buy from you.

The most successful businesses acknowledge the importance of high-quality web copy. Apple, for example, hires a large team of talented copywriters who continuously produce excellent copywriting.

The hype and craze around Apple’s products are a result of both high-quality products AND good marketing that is supported by effective copywriting. Apple copywriters know exactly how to generate hype for their products and convert visitors into buyers.

If you want to grow your business, learn how to sell with words as Apple does. Read on to find out how you can win over clients through persuasive copywriting.

What Is Persuasive Copywriting?

As its name suggests, it is the practice of writing compelling copy that persuades visitors to take the actions you want them to.

Copywriting is almost an art form. It requires creative thinking to enhance the value of a copy, and entice people to take some form of action based on reading it.

However, the truth is that there is also science behind turning words into money.

Brilliant copywriting relies on an important branch of science: psychology. The goal of writing copy is to trigger the brains of your readers and elicit a response to your message.

You should tap into core beliefs and human behaviour to better connect with your audience.

There are many psychological triggers that can help encourage visitors to click and buy, but the most widely used triggers tap into human emotions.

According to Gerald Zaltman, a Harvard Business School professor, 95% of our purchasing decisions are made subconsciously. This means people tend to make decisions with their emotions, not their logical brains.

If you are serious about growing sales, combine creative writing with persuasive psychological triggers for a winning combination to influence customers.

Before you integrate emotional triggers into your marketing copy, you should consider mastering the following copywriting techniques first.

1. Rhyme Makes a Copy Shine

We’re all exposed to the melodic beauty of rhymes from a young age. Nursery rhymes like “Twinkle, twinkle, little star. How I wonder what you are.” are easier to remember because of the witty rhyming pattern.

The same holds true when writing copy. In the book To Sell is Human, Daniel Pink shares a study where participants are asked to rate two statements with the same meaning but written in different ways:

“Woes unite foes” vs “Woes unite enemies”

While both statements drive the same message, readers find it easier to accept the one that rhymes.

Rhyming statements can make content memorable. This copywriting technique can make your important points stand out, thus helping create a pleasant connection with your readers.

Bonus copywriting tip:

You don’t have to fill every nook and cranny of your website with rhyme-packed poems. A catchy rhyming phrase is best used when selling the benefits of your product or service.

Example:

The thinnest, lightest, fastest iPhone ever. (iPhone 5)

2. Repetition Catches Attention

Nursery rhymes aren’t the only offering from daily life for your copywriting lessons. Aspiring copywriters can also learn from mothers and grandmothers who share the same wisdom-filled lectures so many times that you never forget the words they speak even years later.

Repeating key points in your copywriting is a good thing. (Oops. Rhyme not intended.)

It is a tried and tested method of catching the reader’s attention and driving home certain points.

However, repetition of words or sentences isn’t always welcome. We’re even taught in school to avoid repeating words unnecessarily. Why else do we have the thesaurus?

Repetition becomes bad when it makes the copy redundant and full of fluff. It can tire readers if they have to go through the same thoughts over and over.

And then there’s good repetition. Repetition can be a powerful linguistic tool when used effectively. It can draw more attention to your overall message and form coveted long-term memory links, which is essential to converting a prospect into a paying customer.

If you don’t get what we mean, grab some inspiration from Apple’s watchOS ad copy.

Here, Apple did not repeat the phrase but reframe the idea to stress important points.

Bonus copywriting tip:

Use repetition purposefully. You can use it to emphasize the points in your copy or make the tone more convincing, more emotional, and more dramatic.

3. Sometimes, Less is More

It is true that long-form content converts. An article, for example, with more than 2,000 words, can drive high-quality search engine traffic and encourages a better conversion rate down the funnel due to the brand authority it helps to build.

This is not always the case though. We now live in the “instant age”, where a lot of people have short attention spans. Site visitors rarely read every word on the screen. In fact, they typically spend only 10 to 20 seconds on a website.

If your website copy (i.e. landing pages) does not grab your visitors’ attention, they are unlikely to stay longer. In the right instances, you should, therefore, practice keeping your web copy short, simple, and concise.

Just because long-form content converts does not mean you add filler to your copy. Instead of working with a view towards the length of your copy, focus on providing value in as few sentences as possible.

Check out at how Apple pulled off a concise yet catchy product page copy.

Apple MacBook, Rose gold

The headline can be read and understood in less than a second. With just three words, readers will know what’s good about the MacBook—it’s lightweight and has robust performance that will last for years.

Bonus copywriting tip:

Always break down long sentences. Turn them into short and memorable statements. Combine the text with visual elements to deliver the message effectively.

4. Cut Clichés from Your Copy

Ever wonder why people use clichés? There are two main reasons. First is because oftentimes, they turn out to be true. Second is the coolness factor of using such phrases.

While the latter sounds like a great reason to use clichés in your copy, abusing such phrases can hurt your credibility. Readers may perceive your brand as lazy and lacking careful thought.

Let’s look at a few common clichés that you hear in work settings and can mean many things:

“Breakdown the silos” could mean ‘share information,’ ‘work together,’ or ‘cooperate with each other.’

“Take it offline” – when put in layman terms, it means ‘let’s continue this discussion at the break,’ or ‘I’ll send a follow-up email with those details ASAP.’

With such phrases, there is always the chance of misinterpretation that hinders effective communication.

A common cliché also makes for a boring copy. Associating familiar or overused clichés with your brand could lead to it seeming unoriginal. Next time you consider clichés, come up with something unique for your brand instead.

Bonus copywriting tip:

Keep your copy fresh and real. Tell the story that only you can tell. Communicate with everyday language. Think creatively and stimulate new ideas.

5. More Active, Less Passive

Writing in an active voice is one of the most common copywriting techniques. Every writer sticks to this for a variety of reasons— make the text more concise, create a faster-moving narrative, and improve search engine rankings.

Here’s the catch: not everyone follows the rule strictly. Most of us use passive speech naturally, which makes it hard to avoid using passive phrases in writing.

There is always an exception to the rule though. You might use a passive voice when you want to be vague. For example, to deflect full responsibility, you would say “mistakes were made” instead of “I made a mistake”.

There are also instances where passive voice can be more concise. For example, Made in Australia. If written in an active tone, it would have more words – “Australia has produced…,” or “Australia produced this…”

The above exceptions are a great defence of the passive voice BUT active voice works better in most cases. Imagine the McDonald’s slogan “I’m lovin’ it.” written in a passive voice as “It’s being loved by me.” Not quite the same impact, is it?

Mcdo logo, i'm lovin' it

Passive writing adds unnecessary words to a sentence. It makes your marketing copy dull, clunky and hard to read, so avoid it when possible.

Bonus copywriting tip:

Almost every passive sentence has an active alternative. Rewrite your sentence and check if the active sentence form makes sense.

6. Forget About Weasel Words

No one bets on or trusts something that seems uncertain. Would you hire an event planner if she says “I think our team can meet your expectations.” You would rather love to hear words of assurance like “We will do our best to meet or exceed your expectations.”

The same thing applies to copywriting. Your copy should reflect your brand as a solid and stable company. In short, avoid using weasel words.

What is a weasel word? It refers to a term used to avoid making a direct statement or promise.

Fun fact:

“Weasel word” originated from weasels, an animal that is believed to suck the yolks from bird’s eggs, leaving only the empty shell. This belief is used to describe statements that have had the life sucked out of them.

Using weasel words can undermine your brand.  If your headline, sub-headings, and body copy consist of words like maybe, try, could, may, hope, it associates your brand with instability in your visitors’ minds.

Let’s say you run a courier service business. If your web copy states “We will try to deliver your parcel as soon as we can,” your customers will assume you are not getting many orders.

The statement is accurate in that certain deliveries might be delayed due to bad weather and calamities. However, the use of weasel words casts doubts about your overall business capability in the eyes of visitors.

Audiences today are sharper and wittier than ever. So shun vague words in your copy.

Bonus copywriting tip:

Establish confidence in your copy. Use specific examples or illustrations to instil confidence in your visitors. Like Nike – Just Do It. (-;

7. Limit the Exclamation Point

How often should you use exclamation points in marketing copy? More often if you want to sound like an overly excited child would be the answer! You will likely ruin the chance of getting prospects to click that buy now button!

Did the excessive use of the exclamation marks in the previous paragraph make you cringe?

We hope it makes clear our point about exclamation points. Adding the punctuation mark in sentences unnecessarily make it seem like you are shouting at your readers.

Back in the 90s, it was the norm to use an exclamation point with a call-to-action (CTA). “Sign up now!” “Order here!” Nowadays, it has been ditched for a more minimalist call-to-action method.

Marketers realize that using exclamation points is akin to adding pepper to a dish. Too much of it will overpower every other flavour and result in no one enjoying the meal.

Use exclamation marks only if they fit your brand voice. Avoid using multiple exclamation marks in sequential sentences—unless it is part of your brand identity.

As F. Scott Fitzgerald once said, “using an exclamation point is like laughing at your own joke.” Keep that in mind whenever you feel like using this particular punctuation to inject excitement in your copy.

Bonus copywriting tip:

There are many ways to draw attention to your marketing message besides adding an exclamation mark. You can underline, italicize, use all caps or highlight words to emphasize them.

Make Your Copywriting Shine

Instead of simply mulling over how to improve your copywriting skills, why don’t you simply get started?

The competition in copywriting is fierce. You cannot just wait for things to happen. Start writing copy and learn from mistakes along the way to online marketing success. Start with the copywriting techniques we have shared in this article.

Need copywriting for your company but can’t afford a bevy of talented copywriters like Apple? No worries. You can outsource your creative writing needs and hire professional content writers or content agencies.

At 2Stallions, we offer content marketing services to help businesses develop a brand voice and reach their target audience through more effective copy and content.

In today’s digital age, it’s interesting that some business owners still pose questions such as “Why do I need a business website” and “Do I need a website”. These questions explicate why many are still on the fence about creating a website for their business.

According to Clutch, 38% of small businesses choose not to invest in a professional website. The B2B research firm surveyed small business owners and found that cost, irrelevance to industry, and social media are the key reasons behind their decision.

In contrast, 64% of them built a website with the primary purpose of establishing brand identity and growing a wide customer base online.

These varying research findings show that not everyone realizes the pivotal role that websites play for business success and are missing out on the opportunities that a business website offers them.

How about you? Which category of business owner do you fall under? If you’re not convinced for the need of a website, read on to learn the 6 rewards that you can reap from a well-designed website.

1. Your Website Helps Build Credibility

Most customers look for information online to be informed about their purchasing decisions. They usually research a company on the web before deciding to buy a product or acquire services.

In fact, a Verisign 2015 research reported that 84% of consumers find a business with a website more credible than those with only a social media page. That means people are more likely to make purchasing decisions through a company’s website, not social media.

However, a professional website can only increase your chances of building credibility if you make use of that digital space wisely. That’s why your website, while focused on content such as your certifications and award-winning products or services to build trust, should also be modern, aesthetically pleasing and user-friendly.

People are visually wired; they focus on elements such as colours, fonts and images. If your website uses visuals effectively, it would be easier to establish trust with visitors.

Also, your business website needs to be user-friendly. There are several factors of a user-friendly website—mobile compatibility, ease of navigation, loading time, information architecture and so on.

For example, visitors should be able to navigate your website via their mobile phones and PCs and have a similar, if not the same, user experience. This intuitive and comfortable overall experience will make your website more appealing for potential customers, thus boosting your online credibility.

2. Your Website Saves You Time and Money

Save Time and Money With Your Website - 2Stallions

Many business owners tend to take the “penny wise, pound foolish” approach when it comes to setting up a website. While a business website builder can be an option, it’s better to hire the services of web design and development company.

This lets you focus on your business growth while leaving your website creation to professionals. Of course, your content and branding direction will ensure that your ideal customers are still able to find the right information about your business, products, and services and resonate with your brand. Your investment will pay for itself as you start generating new leads or sales through your website.

Once your professional website is up and running, it will promote your business 24/7, with the potential to reach a global audience. You can also edit information on your website immediately. Contrast this with traditional flyers and brochures, which you mostly distribute locally and where a product update means re-printing material to contain the latest information. Over time, a business website leads to monetary savings.

Additionally, your business website can also save you time by answering repeated questions via an FAQ (‘Frequently Asked Questions’) section on your website. By directing customers and visitors to your FAQ to find answers, you free yourself to tasks that help your business grow.

Finally, your website can also facilitate instant customer feedback. A contact form or chatbox allows your prospects or customers to engage you—whether it’s a complaint, compliment or just general feedback – allowing you a quick avenue to correct issues, thereby saving you lost revenue and time.

3. Your Website is an Incredible Marketing Tool 

TV, radio, newspapers, magazines and billboards are expensive traditional marketing options to promote your business. Today’s digital age provides new channels to spread the word about your brand at a fraction of the cost!

Your website should be central to your digital marketing efforts. Whether you engage in social media advertising, search ads, email marketing or generating organic search traffic, your audience should eventually end up on your website to look at your product information or to leave you their details or to make a purchase.

For example, if your website content is optimized for SEO, your business can become more visible on search engines, allowing potential customers looking for products or services you offer to find you.

4. Your Website Exposes You to a Global Audience

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Retail businesses do quirky things to drive foot traffic to their physical store. Brick-and-mortar store owners put out unique window displays, decorate window walls, and use prominent or vibrant decors to increase walk-ins and attract in-store sales.

With the booming trend for online shopping, these strategies no longer guarantee retail stores results. Customers shop online for various reasons including convenience, competitive prices and more variety, amongst others.

According to a 2018 Statista research, there’s an estimate of 1.8 billion people worldwide who purchased goods online. This highlights that consumers have experienced a dramatic shift from visiting stores physically to visiting them digitally.

The smartphone has enabled people to research products online, send product inquiries, and make purchases without getting off their couch.

Nearly 90% of shoppers begin their hunt in digital channels and 57% of online shoppers have made a purchase from an overseas retailer. These statistics suggest that if your business has an online presence, especially a website, you will have higher chances of getting new customers from across the globe, only limited by your ability to deliver to them.

Put simply, a professional website opens up the entire world to your business. It helps you to reach users and be found by anyone looking for products or services that you offer through a simple search.

6. A Website Lets You Measure Results

Your marketing doesn’t end once your campaign is launched. Analytics installed on your business website can give you micro insights into how your campaign is performing, and what sort of results it is driving.

We’re not just talking about online results either. There are ways to measure results from traditional marketing channels such as flyer distribution by tracking visitors who scan a QR code from your flyer to visit your website.

Of course, if you use digital marketing channels, you can see the performance of these via your analytics and tweak your campaigns accordingly. Proper analytics set up on your website lets you measure your return on investment (ROI). You can start out with Google Analytics, a free tool that is the most widely adopted analytics tool around the world.

You can measure and get insights into social and visitor behavior data, amongst others, through analytics.

Social insights

Visitor behavior insights

6. A Website is Your Extended Business Card

A business website is an excellent networking tool that helps broaden your client base regardless of the time of day.

These days, an immediate reaction when sifting through business cards you collect is to look up the person and company online to see if there is a potential synergy to work together.

A business card fits only basic details (i.e. phone number, email, website address etc.) on it. Your website then becomes the source of the additional information – product data, customer stories, testimonials – that is needed to bring a conversation further.

A satisfied customer may share your website when recommending your services to family, friend or colleague.

If the reasons shared have you convinced, then carry on reading, otherwise let us know your doubts in the comments section.

How to Create a Professional Website 

As discussed, having a business website offers several advantages. However, you can’t expect to achieve all of them if you fail at making your website work for your brand.

Here’s a quick guide to creating a professional website:

  • Determine your goals. You can’t start with web creation without a fundamental goal. Be sure to set goals that are SMART— specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound.
  • Devise a branding strategy. Identify your target market (the individuals whom you want to reach and turn into paying customers). Then, research your competitors to get a feel for what the competition is doing. You also need to define your brand identity, which includes a logo, brand colours, style and writing tone.
  • Plan web design and pages. Use your branding elements consistently on your site. Decide on how you want your website to look and how many pages will your website have.
  • Prioritize user experience. Your website should provide a positive user experience. Ensure visitors to keep browsing by looking into these factors: navigation flow, website layout, content readability, and mobile-friendly design.
  • Optimize for search engines. Build your website with search engine optimization (SEO) in mind. Perform keyword research, write every content piece following SEO practices, and pay attention to other elements such as meta tags, and alt text.
  • Test website before launch. Test your website on all major browsers before it goes live. Run compatibility testing to ensure plugins work well, double-check if all the URLs are correct, proofread the content, and check for any tiny errors.

All of the above are areas that a good web development agency would help you with, so if you’re looking for one, reach out to us. Visit our web and development page to learn more about our services and development process.

The Takeaway

The increasingly digital business landscape means you cannot ignore establishing a solid online presence for your brand. You must give your business every chance to be successful and your digital presence begins with building a professional website.

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