I’m not trying to be one of those tough-love marketing chads, but it’s true.
When someone visits your website, they mostly want to know what’s in it for them.
They want to know that you truly understand their problems. And more importantly — that you can solve them.
If your web copy isn’t communicating that, it’s bottlenecking your business.
Really, each page of your website should have one main goal. One main offer.
The copy exists to communicate that offer, focusing on the biggest problem your offer solves (i.e. the biggest outcome). Done right, this will increase the perceived value of your product or service.
Then, if your offer’s solid and you’re getting decent traffic, there’s a good chance you’ll win more business.
Easy, right? Look, it can be. But you probably don’t have the time to do it yourself.
Or let’s be honest, maybe you just can’t be fucked.
I’m Nick Petrou, a copywriter from Perth, Western Australia.
I’ll un-shit your website copy so it clearly communicates the value of your offer to your ideal customer, unlocking more sales and leads.
You’re probably not ready to talk about un-shitting your entire website.
So let’s get started with a Web Copy Speed Date instead.
Basically, I’ll give you my first impressions of your web copy in a 15-minute Loom video within the next 7 days.
I’ll focus on how well you’re positioning your offer, but I’ll also give you as many quick fixes as I possibly can.
That way, you can increase the perceived value of your product or service with minimal effort — and without spending a cent.
To see more Speed Dates, check out this playlist.
How much do your copywriting services cost?
I’ll tailor my quote so it fits you like a glove. But to give you a bit of an idea of how much my copywriting costs, I’ve written single-page sites for $950, three-page sites for $1550, and five-page sites for $2500.
Do you only write website copy?
While I focus on website copy, I’ve also written video scripts, blog posts, email sequences, proposals, technical documents, and a whole lot more — and I’m open to anything. Just tell me what you need help with. I’m in your corner.