Top 5 Benefits of Using a Copywriter in Your Business

Communication is evolving at lightning speed. We see millions of written messages every day, many of them beamed directly to our emails and phones. So how can you make your message stand out and grab your clients’ attention?

You guessed it – professional, persuasive writing.

In this article, we’ll show you how copywriting can help you create highly effective, targeted content that not only engages your clients, but compels them to take action and buy from you.

In business, great writing is vital. Your clients decide to click-through or delete in a heartbeat, so it’s essential that every piece of writing they read clearly and efficiently conveys the solutions and benefits your product or service offers.

No one knows your business better than you, but sometimes we’re too close to our subject or simply too busy to communicate our message effectively, losing priceless opportunities to engage with our clients.

So what are the benefits of using a copywriter? Here are our top 5:

Benefit #1: Capture Your Client’s Attention and Keep Them Engaged

Your clients want to buy from a business that understands their needs, and the first place they’ll often start their research is your website. A copywriter can help you hone in on what’s important to your clients and define your product or service in these terms, keeping them on your site longer and making them more likely to get in touch.

Benefit #2: Save Time and Stay Connected with Your Clients

As an expert in your industry, you have a wealth of knowledge to share with your clients. Publishing regular content is a great way to demonstrate your expertise and keep your name front of mind with clients, but it can take you away from more important tasks. A copywriter can help you save time and stay in touch by identifying and writing the best content for your purpose, and advising you on the most effective ways to distribute it.

Benefit #3: Inspire Client Confidence

Clients are all too familiar with sales-heavy communication, their inboxes are overflowing with them. What will distinguish your content from every other email is authenticity. A copywriter can bring an objective perspective to your messages and help you shed the sales speak. This inspires confidence in your clients, making them more likely to buy from you.

Benefit #4: Build Your Reputation As An Expert

Your clients have unprecedented access to information and increasingly want the advice of specialists. Professionally written content that educates and informs can help to position you as an industry expert, increasing the perceived value of your offering and positioning you as a trusted advisor your clients want to do business with.

Benefit #5: Grow Client Loyalty

Customers expect to be kept informed, but they’re also faced with an avalanche of communications. A copywriter can help your message get noticed by making it not only clear and concise but personable, even where word count is limited. This demonstrates to your clients that you value them as individuals, inspiring loyalty and repeat business.

Words are everywhere, but the ones that connect with your customer are not always the most colourful or those that shout the loudest. It’s content that speaks on your clients’ wavelength that gets results.

The greatest benefit well-targeted copywriting can provide your business is to help you cut through the sales clutter and position you as a solution provider. Defining your product or service in your client’s terms inspires trust and confidence, setting you apart from your competitors and making you a company of choice – which will ultimately save you marketing dollars, boost sales and grow long-term loyalty.


Megan Edwards

Megan Edwards

Expert Content Marketer + Copywriter at mWords Communications

I'm an expert content marketer and copywriter with 20+ years' experience across a range of industries, particularly in marketing communications for the professional services sector. I also run regular workshops and one-to-one training teaching business owners and professionals how to use social media platforms more effectively to build awareness and generate more leads.


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Jef Lippiatt

Jef Lippiatt , Owner at Startup Chucktown

Very well written with compelling points.