Have you ever gone into a high-end, expensive restaurant where you had to order from a counter, take your meal on a tray and bus your own table? Probably not, because that sounds like a restaurant you would never go to. It’s not a cohesive experience, and unless that’s the point, customers are going to feel weird and turned off by the whole experience. Most copy on the internet is like that bad, weird, restaurant. So yes, this is a (probably needlessly) elaborate analogy for writing good, cohesive copy. Read More
Stellar web copy isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity.
For all its video, gifs and meme culture, the internet remains largely a world of words: Google indexes the language on websites rather than images. In the ever-growing world of e-commerce, while images are necessary, words are what seal the deal. Read More