Hire a copywriter: Five reasons to call in the prose

Some persuasive reasons why you should hire a pro to write your important copy!

Simon Grant Comms

Content is kingontent is king. Society thrives on it, businesses depend on it. So why would you waste time writing your own marketing blurb when you could call in the prose of a professional copywriter? Here are five reasons why it could benefit your business.

1. Hiring a copywriter will save you time

Let’s get one thing straight. Everyone can write. What varies in all of us though is fluency, confidence, pace and accuracy to name but a few important criteria. Crucially, it’s time constraints that do for most of us. With that in mind, you might be a phenomenal writer but unless you have the time to dedicate to getting your written content ‘just so’ it’ll never be quite as you’d like it.

What Simon Grant Comms can bring to the table is different to your everyday writing tasks, like filing a report or emailing the boss. Dealing in words, all day…

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About Elizabeth James

I am a creative and sale-focused copywriter who uses the power of the written word to help companies attract new business, encourage repeat business and enhance the value of their current service. I achieve this by creating content that is engaging, personalized, educational and, above all, sale-driven. . I write with one sole purpose: to motivate action. Whether your purpose to close a sale or to encourage someone to sign up for a newsletter, the techniques used to motivate the reader are the same. A letter can be beautifully crafted, but if your reader doesn't relate to the content or it doesn’t create urgency, than it’s no more effective than a Hallmark card. The power of the written word has unlimited potential to motivate and inspire. Harnessing that power will result in increased lead generation, higher closing rates and more inbound queries.
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One Response to Hire a copywriter: Five reasons to call in the prose

  1. always i used to read smaller content which as well clear their motive,
    and that is also happening with this paragraph which I am reading now.

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