Helping Businesses to communicate better using words
to attract more clients, get more sales and create long lasting relationships.
Successful marketing comes down to the words you use. Every marketing method relies on words – advertising, website, social media, networking script, sales calls. The words you choose can make or break a sale.
To be successful in marketing, it comes down to three things – your message, your market and how you communicate using the right words.
I use a three step, inside-out approach which makes marketing easier.
- We focus on your message – what makes you different, why should people buy from you, what are your values
- We focus on your market – who are you targeting, where are they, what do they want to hear
- We match your message to your market using words – what words should you use, what words should you avoid, how to write compelling and engaging text
My goal is that you will always produce promotional, marketing or sales material that is clear, consistent and conveys your message correctly to your market.
If you’re not getting the right customers or are always getting the wrong ones, it’s time to examine (and fix) your marketing message.
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Every now and again, your copy needs a fresh set of eyes. I do critiques of all types of copy to make sure it’s ready for the ‘publish’ button.
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Teach a person to write and they write for life. Our training courses help business owners, executives, sales & marketing teams and financial staff to communicate better with confidence.
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Writing for you
Writing about yourself or for yourself can be the hardest thing in the world. I’ll write your sales or marketing copy in your ‘voice’ using the right words.
The hardest part of any journey is the first step. Take yours to marketing success with these resources dedicated to helping you write the best marketing material that sells.
Learn from an established copywriter and communicator
Meet Denise Fay. Since starting in a marketing communications role in 1997, she has studied and finessed the art of marketing communication. She specialises in using the written word to influence and to persuade in an authentic way.
She sees so many business owners produce material that ultimately ends in the bin and wants to help.
Every day, we are all subjected to over 1,000 pieces of promotional material…and it’s getting higher. How do you make sure your information is read and more importantly, acted upon?
Sales or marketing promotional material needs the same dedication as hiring and training your top sales people.
Denise Tips from the Blog
There is an acronym in sales that is really important. It’s practically the first lesson when you pick up the ‘Sales 101’ handbook. It’s ABC – always be closing. Yet I speak to business owners and it’s the one thing that they find really difficult …
This week’s Friday Five is 5 Ways to get your customer to open up their wallet. Or another way to say it, it’s five emotional triggers that your customer can relate to. You see, your potential customer is having a conversation in their head – …
I got such feedback when I republished Friday Five just before Christmas that I decided to bring it back and have it as a regular feature. This week it’s all about Five Secrets to Transform your Marketing Material or check out this link – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6t4hVfycJc8&feature=youtu.be …
I’m writing this today after I attended a networking event last night. You know how networking events go, you have your business cards, you go in with the objective of meeting three new people and after that you can leave! (or perhaps that’s just me) …
Quick & Short Tips on Marketing & Communication Delivered on a Tuesday Tuesday Tips are short snippets of information for small business owners. Little tips on marketing your business and communicating your message that you can use straight away. Get them every Tuesday morning over …
I just got a piece of literature through the post from a printing company. And it’s always good to get something in the mail these days rather than the email, isn’t it? I just realised how much promotional material we get through the email but …