Writing articles for websites has become an art form. Your content needs to be engaging, informative and a source of solution to the queries of your target audience. While it’s necessary to include a number of relevant keywords in your content for Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) purposes, you also need to be able to offer benefits. That’s why The Creative Collective is here to help you with all your website copywriting and SEO marketing needs.
With their wealth of experience in providing digital content for websites, they have gained a reputation for being one of Australia’s leading digital copywriting agencies. They have helped clients with ‘analysis paralysis’ or high bounce rates to get back on their ‘web feet’ by providing them with content and SEO marketing strategies to boost their online presence and also increase traffic.
Services Provided by The Creative Collective
If you struggle to write the perfect copy for your website or creative content for your blog posts, articles and marketing campaigns, Creative Collective has got you covered.
From as little as $99 a week, you can get a complete digital marketing package that will give your website or business brand the perfect profile it needs to attract prospects and convert them to loyal subscribers. Do you run a business and can’t find the time to market your product or services? Are you a digital marketing agency that needs the latest SEO strategies to boost online sales and brand presence? Outsource your website copywriting to Creative Collective and be assured that they will deliver on time.
Their affordable digital marketing package takes care of your advertising needs across multiple channels. From social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to Email marketing, Search Engine advertising, blogging and many more, this writing agency ensures that your message is heard and reaches beyond just your target audience.
They have subject matter specialists who are trained in the latest industry leading techniques to optimise your website, generate leads through Facebook and Instagram advertising, as well as create engaging website content to make you stand out from the crowd.
The $99 digital marketing package includes: 1 Blog post per month (accompanied with website copywriting), SEO and upload to your website; 4 Social media posts per week across 3 standard channels; 1 Newsletter Campaign per month (along with preparation of supplied content, approval and broadcast). Reports on how to grow your social media presence and a Google Analytics report will also be provided. If you need to tailor this service to include just SEO marketing or social media marketing, this can be done for you at specific rates.
The digital marketing package that focuses on social media alone includes: 7 social media posts per week across 3 standard channels; $50 ad-spend per month budget for boosting posts on Facebook; and 1 Newsletter Campaign per month. Digital reports will also be delivered to you. Creative Collective also provide an instagram package, where videos and content are created to reach your target audience on that particular media file sharing platform.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Do I need to sign a contract before work on my project commences?
No. Creative Collective packages don’t have contracts. As long as you are committed for that month, they plan your website copywriting and marketing needs four weeks before, to suit your style and business.
2. How will they produce digital content that suits my exact needs?
Before Creative Collective embarks on any project, they carry out a briefing session to learn more about you and your business, what you’re offering, your particular niche, target consumers and the concept for the content. They then set the ‘tone and voice’ for the copy – corporate, professional or fun for example. They also carry out keyword research and look at your page’s sitemap to determine what phrases and language will fit your content. Once done, they will contact you about how they intend to tackle the project. Once you give your approval, work commences immediately.
3. Will I get a review of the content before it’s uploaded on my website?
Yes. Once the writers from Creative Collective begin work on your project, they start from scratch to ensure your article is free from plagiarism and is written in a way to boost your SEO and engage your customers. Once the copy is ready, it will be sent to you for review. If it meets your requirements, a final copy will then be drafted. If it doesn’t, amends will be made until it is perfect.
4. Why should I use Creative Collective?
Because they have a robust team of writers, whose wealth of experience stretches across most industries and businesses. This means they can assign a digital copywriter to your project, based on their knowledge of the subject matter, or the experience they have in writing for your target audience. They are consistent, professional, fun to work with and can provide copy in just a few days.
5. How much does their website copywriting service cost?
It costs $120 per hour and they will usually spend between 1-2 hours per page, depending on the amount of research required and the resources provided.
Creative Collective Reviews
Here are some reviews from satisfied clients:
“The Creative Collective had a complex challenge to pull together a brand for us, given the number of stakeholders and different target markets the brand had to appeal to. The work-shopping process was thorough and The Creative Collective were very responsive in our requirements to finalise the end result. We’ve had a lot of positive feedback, as we’ve used this brand in the marketplace. It really seems to be resonating with the target markets” said Naomi Andrews, the National Business Development Manager of Digital Careers.
John Vandeleur of Turner Freeman Lawyers simply added: “A jargon free, relevant and helpful introduction to social media”, while Steve Artis of Ultraspeed Australia said “(The Creative Collective) delivers what they say and are always very easy to interact with. We run a small consultancy and have a very subdued growth/social media strategy which (they) seem to have adapted to very easily.”