Increase Your Sales with this Quick and Easy Website Content Writing Hack

I have worked with many clients over the years, and as I scan their websites I often stumble upon one recurring problem with their website content writing

What do you think it is?

Let’s take a look at this example:

Imagine you started a business selling electric kitchen mops and you wanted to create some website copy to go along with your brand new site.

You know your mop is awesome so you write down some of its amazing features…

  • Its telescopic handle that reaches from 12 inches to 3 feet in length.
  • Cool, modern design with a red handle, white stripe and silver accessories.
  • Self-cleaning feature runs automatically when you set it to clean
  • Lightweight design – eight pounds with all attachments

You build a website that details all of these great features. You are getting traffic, but unfortunately, nobody is buying your super-duper mop! You know it’s the best thing since sliced bread, so why is no one even taking a chance on it? You even have a money-back guarantee!

The problem is not the mop—it’s YOU! You are too focused on the awesomeness of your product that you forgot about the people buying it.

When writing website content, your customers should be your main focus.

Target Your Customers’ Deep Needs

Watch how the benefits change when you think about your customers’ needs first:

Let’s change each point above…

Its telescopic handle reaches from 12 inches to 3 feet in length.

No more crawling on your hands and knees. The telescopic handle allows you to reach the nooks and crannies other mops cannot. Get your cleaning done in less time.

Cool, modern design. Red handle with white stripe and silver accessories.

A cool, modern design – look great while you work.

Self-cleaning feature runs automatically.

Clean without lifting a finger.

Lightweight design – eight pounds with all attachments.

No more back strain and neck kinks. Dance while you clean. Lightweight design makes mopping a breeze.

TIP: You are NOT selling the mop. You are selling clean floors with less work, less strain and an overall pleasurable cleaning experience. You are selling WHAT the mop can do for your customers and how it makes them feel warm and fuzzy and improves their lives.

By thinking about your customers’ deep needs beyond the features of your product, you will automatically focus on them first, and consequently take your website content writing to the next level.

Put some of these practices into your copywriting and watch the sales fly in.

Now, go sell some mops! 🙂

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Jenna is the owner of Lady Content, a unique content creation company. Lady Content services B2B companies around the world, ensuring their online presence exceeds their company goals and positively impacts the audiences they serve.
  1. Great point, i have a personal training business and an online kickboxing dvd set for sale on an online only site. I need to re-evaluate both of them. Always need to think like the customer, but a step ahead of them.
    Thanks for the tip!

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