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A website without
content is like an empty
beer glass: useless, sad.

It’s what’s on the inside that counts. Usually. In web design and development, though, users only care about what they can see. If UX and code form the roots and branches of your website’s blossoming tree, content forms the flowers and leaves.

We create content in many forms, from headlines to video and motion graphics, from art direction and curation to hand illustration and graphic design. Every piece of content must serve a purpose, whether it’s fulfilling a client’s sales goals or creating an engaging user experience.

Content, therefore, must meet requirements that are both quantitative (file size, word count, SEO friendliness) and qualitative (impact, novelty, allure). They must fulfill both client and user needs, all while accommodating our search engine and social network overlords: Google, Facebook, and Twitter.

Chris Oz ATTCK

A successful content strategy addresses these details:

  • Quality
  • Frequency
  • Timeliness
  • Originality
  • Length
  • Format
  • Platform

Expert content is important above all else. Of close but secondary importance is frequency, social timing, and relevance. Being thoughtful about these is free, and executing well on even a simple strategy can provide lasting value.

Many people get discouraged from creating content because they think “it’s already been done.” The fact is that your voice is unique, and so is your audience. Even if the topic has been widely covered, your own personal experience offers you a valuable perspective.

Regarding quality, we dedicate time to copyediting to ensure proper grammar and consistency of brand voice. The last thing you want is for a careless oversight to undermine the article you poured your heart into.

The length of content will depend somewhat on the format and platform. An Instagram video ad will differ completely from a monthly company newsletter or a Medium blog post.

If you really want to blow visitors away, your content should defy and exceed expectations. Surveys, interviews, and focus groups help zero in on what your users want. We advise clients to skip the obvious. Do it your way. Be bold and have a distinctive personality. Treat your visitors to a one-of-a-kind experience, and watch your bounce rates drop and conversion rates rise.

Copywriting

The best copy for any website will naturally depend on the intended audience and the nature of the project itself. Readers want to feel that you’re speaking directly to them. If you understand where your visitors are coming from, both literally and figuratively, you can better determine what will make them stick around. Weigh your words well.

Copyediting

To err is human, but letting errors into your finished product is unacceptable. Nothing undermines a site’s credibility quite like a glaring typo. If your words don’t show that you take your work seriously, why should anyone else? And if you can’t effectively manage your commas and clauses, who’s to say you can manage your code? We make sure our copy reflects our care.

Video

Users often prefer watching to reading, which shouldn’t be surprising. Text allows you to tell, but video allows you to show, engaging viewers on every level. Show your users something they couldn’t see in any other form. Done well, video boosts SEO, click-through rates, and conversions.

Photography

Talk is everywhere, and photos cut through the noise. Words take time, and copy-heavy pages intimidate, whereas photos attract the eye and engage it in an instant. We believe in using images artfully, carefully considering how images interact with each other and with all the elements of a site, from the icons and menu bars to the text and transitions.

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