Website copywriting that helps you get more
From less. Or from more. More sales. More leads. More sign-ups. More action. More anything (within reason, of course). From every page of your website. Note: I’m not a content writer, so I do not write blog posts.
Open the door.
Invite them in.
Think of your website as your marketing hub. Your online home. If you get this right, everything else you do online works harder. You build more trust. You look more credible. And most importantly, you sell your products and services with less friction.
But remember… you don’t always need to increase traffic to get more from your website. So when your potential customers visit your site – which they inevitably will – are you going to invite them in and bring them closer to buying… or shut the door in their faces?
And put the kettle on.
You only get one first impression. So don’t leave a sour taste in your target audience’s mouth with clunky, unoptimised web copy. Instead, make them feel at home. Safe. Secure. And confident that you can deliver on what you promise.
Compelling copy does exactly that. It makes it easy for those in the market to buy. And then leaves a lasting impression on those who need more time. So when they are ready to buy, you come to mind before your competitors, and you can finish what you started.
“Lewis gets results consistently, creatively and compellingly. Highly recommended.”
–Andrew Laws, Managing Director of Yeseo
Scratching the subconscious
Sell with certainty
From social proof and the Pratfall Effect to Bencivenga-style bullet points, your website copy will leverage a mix of direct response techniques and cognitive biases. Your headings, subheadings, product descriptions, and every other word on every page will all direct towards one purpose. Selling.
Conversion copywriter approved
Like hypnotism. Without the pendulums.
Comes ready to go
How long does it take?
What's the cost?
Heal the holes. And turn traffic into sales.
These folks used my copy
Frequently answered questions
Website copywriting is the magic process of writing persuasive copy for your website. Its end-goal is to nudge your reader into taking the action you want them to. Maybe that’s buying your product. Booking a consultation. Signing up for a newsletter. Or maybe even giving you a call.
Regardless of your product, service, or desired action, the principles of persuasion work the same. All web copywriting (like all conversion copywriting) is clear, concise and persuasive. It always takes into account the needs and interests of your target audience. So what we write can channel their desire and frame you as the best solution.
Ah, the question on everyone’s lips. The cost of a web copywriter project will naturally vary from writer to writer. Factors like the writer’s experience, ability to sell themself, copy length, product complexity and even market scepticism come into account.
You generally get what you pay for – but not always. Often, when a business finds a copywriter they like and trust, they stick with them. (I’ve had my core clients for years!)
As a guide, the prices of my website copywriting services start from £2850 (for a 5-page site). Of course, if you want more – or less – this changes things. All projects are priced individually and agreed upon before we start.
Because it helps you hit your goals! Website copywriting is a vital part of any successful website. It makes your website persuasive – and a joy to read. So when we ask for action, saying “yes” seems instinctive.
Your audience will check your website at some point, so you should always make the most of the opportunity and bring them closer to buying. For those that aren’t ready, web copywriting will help brand awareness because, with great writing, you make an impact and stick in mind for the future
No, I’m afraid not – only “front-facing” copy (e.g. home pages, product pages and contact pages). I’m not a website content writer but rather a website copywriter.
So whilst my copy is SEO-friendly, its focus is to get more action from your readers. Generally, this means focusing more on selling – and persuading – and less on educating. Although sometimes they do overlap.
Yes, this is fine. There are sometimes some quick fixes we can implement – but depending on the current state of your website, it might involve a re-write. Just a heads up.
To give you a price and turn-around time, you’ll need to reach out so we can take a look together.
Of course. Click here to request a copy of my latest portfolio. There are existing web projects and other work in there. You’ll be able to get a feel for my writing, learn more about me and see the kind of work I create.