Your Business Copy
Whatever you’re looking for in your business copy, the best way to achieve a clear and cohesive message is to instruct your copywriter as to your exact requirements.
When Lily Pad Copy takes on your business copy brief, we want to know everything about it so that we can tailor the copywriting to your exact needs. That’s why we always ask you a few questions before we get started.
Now, we know that you want to get going as soon as possible so that you can get your message out there. For that reason, we have outlined some of the things we might need to know before setting pen to pad so that your business copy reflects your enterprise.
What type of business copy do you require?
Do you need an advertising feature, a customer newsletter, a corporate brochure or web content? From website copy, advertorials, and online newsletters to business press release writing, our freelance copywriting experts can make your business copy stand out from that of your competitiors. Take a look at our creative copy for inspiration.
What’s your subject matter?
Whatever the topic of your business copy, Lily Pad have experienced copywriters to suit your needs.
Is research required or can you provide all the information?
Lily Pad writers are happy to research topics for you, but you might already have all of the information for your business copy to hand. Just let us know and we'll be happy to help.
How long does your business copy need to be?
Who are you targeting?
It doesn’t take a copywriter to know that there’s a massive difference between writing copy for law firm’s website and a script for a children’s TV show (although we all have to acknowledge the similarities between the two).
The point is, the more accurately you describe your target audience, the more fitting the business copy will be in terms of language, style and content.
What tone and style of writing do you want to adopt?
Whether you want it on a website, in print, in an email or all of the above, each of these forums requires a different style of writing and attention to different details.
For example, if you want a customer newsletter, you probably don’t give two hoots about search engine optimisation, but for business copy for your website, you’ll need to think about keywords.
In fact… what about keywords?
Imagine that you want your website’s business copy to achieve top search engine results when people search for ‘French cooking’. This is where SEO friendly copy is required.
Once you add ‘French cooking’ as a key phrase in your brief, Lily Pad will ensure that your business copy includes the appropriate number of mentions of ‘French cooking’ and that the phrase is appropriately placed within your web content. We can even provide you with a list of appropriate keywords so your business copy targets your audience head on.
So contact Lily Pad for copy that means business.back to articles