As a copywriter, I know writing product descriptions is tougher than crafting a sales copy. Product descriptions need to be compelling enough to draw the customer’s attention and lead them to take a positive action. It’s as if you were selling a product via Twitter – 140 characters are all you have to make an impact on your prospective customers. So, as a copywriter, what are the best practices in writing product descriptions? Let’s take a look:
With the Panda Algo at play, producing high quality content has become extremely critical to ranking higher. But if you’re working under a deadline, producing a certain number is also almost mandatory. Under this challenging conditions, how does one go about creating quality content quickly? Let’s delve deeper into the maze called SEO content writing.
Your website is designed well for the eyes, but is it optimized well enough for helping your visitors into making buying decisions? Before you attract traffic to your website, make sure your website is optimized to address all questions of your prospective visitors. Read this post to explore the potential errors webmasters make to lose their would-be customers to the competition and how you can prevent this from happening to your website.
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.