'Wordsby Jim

  Services  

Your website needs PERSONALITY if you want to connect with your customer.

 fig 1. Website copy*  

* All the written content on a website

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"Make it simple. Make it memorable. Make it inviting to look at. Make it fun to read."  

-  Leo Burnett  (advertising executive)

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Homepage

 

1.1:

First impressions are the most important.

 

Attract your customers from the first click by confidently communicating your brand personality. 

About

 

1.2:

Every brand has a story, be sure to tell it well.

Give your guests the chance to peek behind the curtain and get to know you better. 

Contact

 

1.3:

What's the point in all this pizazz if your customer can't reach you?


Just because it's basic doesn't mean it has to be bland.

Services

 

1.4:

People see hype coming from a mile away.

 

I'll get rid of the gimmicks and really show them what you've got.

FAQs

 

1.5:

Save yourself the headache of being inundated with emails asking the same old stuff.

 

The 'frequently asked questions' section is a great place to add a little colour, flair, and personality.

Sales Page

 

1.7:

Where your branding gets to bare its claws.

 

Top notch sales copy brings in the cash. Simple as that.

Media Page

 

1.6:

Bad at boasting?

Humblebrag just isn't your bag?

 

I can do it with class, not cringe.

Anything else...

 

1.8:

want extra/additional pages not listed here?

 

I can do that too!

 

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"Decide the effect you want to produce in your reader." 

-  Robert Collier  (author, 'The Magic Word')

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Bring out the BEAST in your branding.

 fig 2. Branding*  

* The emotional and psychological connotations of your business

What to say...

 

2.1:

Define your brand identity and characteristics.

2.2:

 

Communicate your core brand values (CBV’s).

2.3:

 

Tell your brand’s story.

How to say it...

 

2.4:

Identify the appropriate language to connect to your customer.

2.5:

 

Define and refine your tone of voice.

2.6:

 

Clearly convey your brand personality.

 

It's about the STORY you tell, not the stuff you sell.

fig 3. Media &

         Marketing*

* communicating your message to your target customer via various mediums

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"The man who stops advertising to save money is like the man who stops the clock to save time."

-  Thomas Jefferson (3rd President & founding father of the USA)

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Brochures

 

3.1:

Cost-effective, simple to make, easy to distribute... Sometimes the classics are classic for a reason.

I'll make sure your brochures aren't bog-standard or boring. 

Press Releases

 

3.3:

Get effective media coverage for your business.

Press releases can be tricky little critters. There's more to it than a killer headline. I'll make your pr newsworthy.

Advertisements

 

3.5:

Your bread & butter of marketing. Newspaper, online, radio, tv, catalogue, magazine, directory...

Whatever your medium of choice, I'll be sure to raise your voice.

Slogans

 

3.7:

Need to sum up your brand message in a neat little bite?

Slogans are kind of my forté... not that I'm bragging!
(I might be bragging a little bit).

Leaflets

 

3.2:

Always a simple and effective tool to add to your advertising arsenal.  

I'll strip it back to the bare essentials and make that copy pop.

Advertorials

 

3.4:

The sneaky way to add credibility to your brand.

I'll make sure your advertorial is the real article.

Script Writing

 

3.6:

Making a promotional video?

Effectively communicating your message using an economy of words can be tougher than it sounds. You'll definitely need to go pro with this one. 
 

Taglines

 

3.8:

Taglines are just like underappreciated mini-slogans.

If I can knock out a snappy slogan then it's a savvy bet that I can sort you out with a divine little tagline.

 
 

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"On average, five times as many people read the headlines as read the body copy. It follows that unless your headline sells your product, you have wasted 90 percent of your money." 

-  David Ogilvy  (considered 'the father of advertising')

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If you’re not METICULOUS with your content, then why should your audience care?

* A piece of informed writing in a newspaper, magazine, periodical, or online

fig 4. Articles &

         Blog posts*

Writing

 

4.1:

No matter the subject, tone, angle, or target audience, I can cater the content to suit the brief.

Need me to sound like you? No worries, I'm versatile with my style.

Research

 

4.2:

If I'm not already knowledgeable on the subject then I can do my own research until I'm up to scratch.

Tight time-limit? Not a problem. I'll prioritise your brief so it's done by the deadline.

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"Copy is a direct conversation with the consumer." 

-  Shirley Polykoff (pioneering advertising executive)

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I do GREAT rates on rewrites

* Polishing your performance

fig 5. Rewrites

@&%£!!!

 

5.1:

Struggling with something that just isn't working out?
Can't put your finger on why a piece isn't falling into place?

I can perform word-surgery to bring your project back to life.

 

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"Bringing copywriters in at the end of a process is like trying to put toothpaste back in a tube." 

-  John Steinbeck  (author, 'The Grapes of Wrath')

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Good copywriting is an ESSENTIAL investment, not an unnecessary cost.

* If it's written content you need, I can knock it up for you

  fig 6. Whatever else

         you need* 

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6.1:

Got a big idea bouncing around your brain that doesn’t slot neatly into any of the above categories?

 

 

 

Great! I love a challenge and I’m a big fan of anything that’s out of the norm. Just get in touch so we can combine powers and create cool stuff together.

 

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jamie@

words-by-jim.com

'Words' 

by Jim

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Stamford
Lincolnshire

07379

399-488

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