Posts by Sally Ormond

Why Your Content Shouldn’t Be Like Your Competitors’

  Before I launch into this particular post, I would just like to say that what I am about to talk about doesn’t happen very often. However,…

Never Underestimate the Comfort of Continuity

  In the old days, you would market your business through adverts, direct mail or word of mouth. A recommendation would be enough for someone to seek you out to do business with you.…

Why Your Sales Letters Aren’t Working

  You would think that writing a letter would be easy. Ok, most of today’s communications are electronic, so the art of letter writing is on the wane, but the act of committing your…

The Definition of Quality Content

  In your business you use content everywhere: editorials, marketing, PR, SEO, social media, website copy, blog posts, brochures, email marketing, newsletters, white papers, video, blah, blah, blah. And yet many of you are still writing it…

Is The Cloud Really Right For You?

  Today I’m taking a break from writing about copywriting and marketing and instead, addressing an issue that all businesses should be aware of – the cons of cloud computing.…

The #1 Reason Why Your Website’s Not Converting Visitors Into Customers

  How’s your website performing? I’m not talking about its load time or looks, but how…

Why Won’t People Open Your Emails?

  Writing emails is easy, right? So email marketing must be a doddle. Mind you, getting people to open your emails isn’t such a doddle. The big problem is that the success of your…

What Should You Be Writing About?

  Search engine optimisation is the way to get your website noticed. You know that. But how do you generate the constant stream of high-quality content you need to attract links? Notice what I…

Template Website – Yes or No?

  If you’re starting up a business or looking to revamp your existing website, what will you go for – a custom build or a template? Cost is bound to be a significant factor…

A Quick Guide to Powerful Copywriting

  Creating copy for your marketing that is interesting, relevant and that sells isn’t always as easy as it sounds. You must think about your audience, why you’re writing, what you want to achieve…