EN Podcast #65: How To Prevent Your Website Copy From Killing Sales

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The importance of copy on your website simply cannot be underestimated.

Like all other aspects of making your business website easily visible and high-converting, spot-on web copy has benefits for both search engines and the web user. Whilst targeted keywords and high word counts lay the groundworks for Google to treat your website pages kindly, it’s how you then present that text that can be the determining factor between a confused, put-off viewer, and an engaged, satisfied customer.

In this episode of the Exposure Ninja Digital Marketing Podcast, we chat to our very own Head of Editorial, Chris Groves. Chris is responsible for editing and proofreading each and every piece of content our Ninjas write for clients – from blog posts and outreach articles, to web copy and metadata. With an array of customers to keep in mind, Chris not only checks for grammatical and SEO accuracy, but also ensures the copy is targeted towards a specific audiences and has every chance of keeping people on the page.

Head Ninja Tim and Chris go through the approaches you can take to entertain and engage viewers with text, how poor copy can be a nightmare for bounce rate and conversions, and the importance of correct grammar – but also how grammar must be balanced with an audience’s expectations to succeed.

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Tags: blog writing, blogging, content marketing, digital marketing, digital marketing podcast, eninjapod, podcast, SEO podcast

About the Author

Chris is a content editor at Exposure Ninja, ensuring every piece of content from our Ninjas is on point with grammar, SEO, structure, tone of voice and plenty more. When he takes the Ninja gear off, Chris is losing himself in a video game, playing his guitar, and pretending he knows stuff about comics.