Writing

How to Improve Your MSP Content with a Copywriter

You may not realise that it’s actually possible to employ someone, either internally or externally to your MSP business, who can take on the responsibility of writing blogs and supporting you with creating written content. In the final blog in this series, we explore the reasons for engaging a professional writer, what the process might…

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How to use Complex MSP Terms for Successful Content

We’ve already said that using jargon and industry-specific terms in your MSP content can be off-putting for your readers, who may not be familiar with them but assume that they should, and feel embarrassed because of it. However, you do need to explain to your customers exactly what the services you offer can do and…

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Copywriting – Only About Sales Messages?

At CMA Live last month, there was a fantastic presentation by Amy Harrison on writing better for your audience so you’re communicating the value of your offering. She was talking about sales copywriting – about writing for your website and about how you help potential customers overcome their objections. That’s all good stuff and it…

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Why You Should be Careful with Speech to Text Tools

People don’t like to write: they can’t find the time, the enthusiasm or they feel that what they produce is stilted, formal and doesn’t capture their authentic voice. It’s no wonder, then, that people are using speech to text tools to make blogging and content creation easier. There are definite advantages to dictating your thoughts…

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What is a Content Manager?

Content creation and marketing is time-consuming, as we know, and it’s not a top priority for many business owners. As you get busier and your small company starts to grow, or if you’re part of a large organisation with many teams, you might want to pass some or all of the responsibility to a content…

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Why You Need to Plan Your Content in Advance

I’ve mentioned previously why it’s a good idea to write blogs when you’re quiet at work, but planning and creating your content in advance is another way to get organised with your marketing. You might have heard of a content calendar or an editorial calendar – this is a tool people use to plan and…

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