What you say is key to your conversion rates
Bask in the benefits of great writing! People truly do read, and it does matter. (We know because we’ve tested content changes and seen the impact.) And so, with smarts, creativity, tact, and persistence, we write content that sings with quality.
If you want to understand just how valuable better messaging and content can be in a site, check out this diagram from Ben Hunt, author of Convert!. In his comparison of 50 A/B tests, those that included text content changes had a much greater effect on conversion rates—in fact, text changes were exponentially more powerful. Don’t get us wrong: design is important, and it should be noted the sites he used for testing probably didn’t have any significant design problems. But once your site’s design is in order, content is the way to get your next boost in conversion rates.
We Love Writing
We love that we get to write bunches of content for client websites, as well as for our search marketing clients every month in the form of blog posts. Check out some of our favorite work:
- Why Does Botox Cost More for Men?
- Closet Kickstart: Top 5 Tips to Reboot Your Wardrobe for Free
- Should I Bring My BFF to My Breast Augmentation Consultation?
- Fact or Fiction: Male Skin is Identical to Female Skin
- Tips for Getting the Most Out of Breast Before & After Photos
- Wedding Trends: Grooms Opt for BOTOX & Non-Surgical Treatments
- Brazilian Butt Lifts, Butt Implants, & Butt Lifting, Oh My!
- Yes! You Can Find a Sports Bra That You Like
- 24-Hour Breast Implants: Is There Such a Thing as a Temporary Boob Job?
- What’s the Right Age for a Facelift?
- Destination Beauty: Is it Safe to Get Injectables On Your Cruise?
- Setting the Scene for Plastic Surgery: Preparing Yourself & Your Space for Recovery
- “When Can I Tie My Own Shoes?” and Other Common Post-Surgery Questions
Websites with full content services provided by CAKE:
- Anderson Sobel Cosmetic Surgery
- La Jolla Cosmetic Surgery Centre
- Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
- American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
- Douglas Sunde, MD, FACS
Getting Inside the Heads of Customers
We think of writing somewhat differently from typical online marketing firms. While we keep up with best practices, our writing is not guided solely by marketing factoids (such as a listicle will have X click-through rate). We instead start by considering what is going on in this customer’s head and then work to have empathy for them. This results in more robust content that truly speaks to the intended audience.
Questions we ask ourselves include:
- Is this title clear? Is the content of this piece fulfilling the title’s promise? (Great titles abound online, but the content must fulfill that promise to succeed.)
- Are the subheadings making what is contained within the content clear? Are they helping people’s eyes to track through the piece as they scroll? Do they enable readers to easily answer their questions?
- Is this piece of content the right length for the topic? Are there any redundancies? Can we remove fluff and better make our points? (People will read quite a bit online, but they want solid information, efficiently provided.)
- Would I bookmark this piece of content? Pass it on? Return to it for reference?
In sum, we are bursting with creative ideas and want to make content your website superhero. Contact us to start the conversation!