What's the difference between a copywriter and a person who is good at writing, an author for example?
Well, the main difference is the objective. An author's main objective could be to inform, engage and/or entertain. While the objectives of a copywriter could be quite similar, there is one distinctive difference and that is making sure that the text's composition leads to a clear call to action.
Eventually, apart from informing, engaging and entertaining, you want your visitors to take a certain action. This could be: completing a form or purchasing a product or a service. It's important that the call to action is clear and resonates with the visitor's (buying) decision stage.
By researching your industry and integrating the right tone of voice, I ensure that your audience is warmed up adequately by the copy to naturally take an action.
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Writing compelling words to mobilise your audience to take a certain action. Speaking the 'language' of your audience to boost your conversions.