We built our website when we started WordHound Ltd. It took us ages. Now, when we’re approached by start-up clients, we feel like we have some insight into what they need. We wrote our website content to fit our design, then we designed extra pages around the content and the keywords we wanted to include. We procrastinated, took long baths and considered leaving the country when we got to the tricky bits. Once we had finished though, we were pleased we’d seen it through. We’ve created a few helpful guides about how to write website content, so that you don’t forget to mention anything important while you’re pondering box shadows and line spacing.
10 Copywriting Mistakes to Avoid Editor’s note: It would be tricky for us to write a guide that’s tailored exactly to your unique business, since
At WordHound, we like to give our professional content writers a few pointers when they join the club*. One pointer is that it’s a good
There are times in a professional content writer’s career when they’re faced with one of life’s most frustrating dilemmas… to add the rude jokes, or
Should you localise your content? Candies or sweets, aubergines or eggplants… what does it matter? I mean, who cares whether it’s bum or fanny anyway?
If you’re an SME with a business website, you’ve probably wondered how much time you should spend thinking about your online image. The fact is