Website designers (layout, colour and image people) should always work with website copywriters (writers, editors and content strategist people)—and vice versa. Here’s why…
When you’re looking at redeveloping your website, having both professionals speaking to each other is crucial. In the Internet world, we speak the same language. We know information you don’t want to learn.
As the experts on what makes a website a powerful sales tool – let your team of Internet design and online copywriting professional services know each other and work together.
That way, you won’t ever have cause to be disappointed when your website is finished.
As a website copywriter, it absolutely breaks my heart when I don’t always get to work with website developers and graphic designers.
Why? Because when Tangible Words writes website content—I know how much work has gone into it: research, planning, collating, writing, editing, re-writing, editing, working with the client…sometimes our part of the process ends there and the website content writing gets slapped up on a website willy-nilly, without any consideration to layout and how the readers’ eye movement–when that happens, it doesn’t matter what the text says if it also looks terrible. The opposite (good web design, crappy copy) is just as true.
When you go onto a website and see that it’s content offers nothing fruitful for you to read, says the same gobbledygook as every other website–no matter how great the design looks, the website leaves you feeling empty. You bounce back to search results, quickly forgetting about the site, and the sales cycle is broken.
Sometimes you might think it’s a good idea to hire your ‘friend’ for one of these two critical tasks and to hire a web developer or a website copywriter for the other. That’s cool—but just make sure both of these two service providers are professional enough to know, plan, and expect to work together.
And furthermore, here are 7 more points I’d like to make on this topic: