The Understated Elegance of Copywriters

Copywriters are more than just people who can string a few words together, they are the artists of their language, crafting physical meaning from thoughts and ideas.

Great writing demands to be felt.

Really amazing writers evoke raw emotion. Whether their words make you laugh, punch you in the stomach or tug on your heartstrings, it makes no difference; you are effectively feeling something both in and outside yourself. This is a world that loves to share and connect, and there is no better way to do that than through something as universal as emotion.

Writing is an art form that is both learned and pure talent.

While technology has become an integral part of our everyday lives, writing hasn’t gone anywhere. Writing is evolving with us as our communication changes. Maybe you don’t remember the last time you wrote a letter, but I’m sure you remember your last email. Having a writer that can adapt to both industry and social changes is important for success.

Who do you want telling your story?

It sounds obvious, but the best way a company can distinguish themselves from competitors is by being different. That is why having a copywriter might well be one of the best investments a company can make. A copywriter will create a voice that is uniquely yours, and that is something no one can take away from you. Companies spend millions to achieve distinction for one reason. It matters.

Nearly everyone has the ability to write, but can they do it well?

Just because most people can write doesn’t mean they have the power to move others to action. Isn’t that at the heart of what we want? We’re silently asking people to believe in what we are saying, to know that our words are thoughtfully constructed and to take a leap of faith.

Copywriting isn’t expensive. It pays.

When you think of the value copywriters bring to your entire brand, it’s not about getting a deal it’s about getting it right. In a world of increasing immediacy, you only have a few seconds to make an impression. Words are important. Make them count.