Performance Marketing Driven by Content


Copywriting is Salesmanship

Copywriting, or commercial writing, is the art and science of persuasion through words.

Put more elaborately, copywriting is writing with the intention of influencing the readers’ opinion by offering compelling reasons and/or evoking powerful emotions. As you can imagine, copywriting techniques are used extensively in selling and advertising to prompt people to buy.

Our copywriters have extensive experience with marketing communication as well as commercial websites, newsletters and interactive presentations.

Our Copywriting will have a Direct Impact on Your Sales

Great products are no good if nobody cares to buy them. That’s where great copy comes in.

If you have a product or service to sell to any audience, you have to first let your potential customers know how you can help them. With people today being constantly bombarded with advertising and sales messages, most marketing communication is automatically tuned out at a subconscious level.

Only words that are deeply relevant to them get though to people’s conscious minds. Good copywriters excel at crafting messages that catch the attention of the target audience and get them to act on their desires.

We Sell for a Living

Anyone with some imagination and a solid grounding in English can write. But to be a copywriter, one must also understand the psychology of human emotions and decision making.

Copywriting is about using the right words in the right way at the right time to get the target audience to take action and make a purchase.

Our copywriters are armed with the requisite skills and knowledge to build your brand and drive your sales up.

Is it Expensive to work with Content HQ?

The question you should be asking is, “Is the cost of great copywriting justified by the returns it generates?” The answer is almost always a resounding “YES”. Unless you are a monopoly, your sales will depend on how your target market perceives your goods/services. And good copywriting goes a long way in building your brand.

Why else do you think all the most profitable brands are owned by companies with massive marketing budgets?

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