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Take imperfect action?!? (A virtual hug for perfectionists)

By Renae Gregoire

Imperfect action ≠ crappy content  The gurus say that imperfect action is better than no action.  In a way, I agree: It’s better to have an “imperfect” something out there than nothing at all.  BUT.  A huge BUT.  Imperfect doesn’t mean “crap.” Glaring content issues that shout “CRAP!” to everyone Imperfect doesn’t mean you let content out of the house with […]

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Web content for a mortgage company

By Renae Gregoire

Creating 30+ pages of web content from scratchWhat a fun web content project!I had worked with this company’s VP of Marketing for many years as he served in different roles–first as a consultant for a management consultancy, next as a marketing guru at a SaaS company. This time, he called me to to help with […]

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Need SaaS web content? Experienced SaaS writer here.

By Renae Gregoire

Creating new content after a rebranding effortAfter a rebranding effort, this leading provider of cloud-based, customer-experience software turned to me for fresh SaaS web content for its new site.I’m familiar with the space and had been working with the company’s updated messaging for several years, so I didn’t need to conduct external research.To write the […]

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Web content for consultants

By Renae Gregoire

Selling yourself through your web contentIf you’re a consultant, then you already know that when you’re selling your services, you’re really selling yourself. You also likely know that buyers of your services often form first opinions of you based on your website content.That’s why I like to interview my consulting clients, and why I’d like […]

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Web content for an online store

By Renae Gregoire

Using web content to convey a sense of qualitySometimes companies want web content to project a clear voice, whether it’s a sassy, “we can help you” confidence or a lyrical, “we mean quality” refinement.This company–a provider of handcrafted Amish gazebos, decor, and furniture–wanted the latter to draw readers in and help them envision their lives […]

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Web content for a medical consultant

By Renae Gregoire

Speaking the language of experts for a niche medical consultantWriting web content for a medical consultant is no different than writing web content for any other audience: No matter what product or service you offer, no matter your space, your web content needs to speak in the language of readers. This is especially critical when […]

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Web content for a technology startup

By Renae Gregoire

Educating, inspiring, and shifting mindsets for a technology startupIs your product or service new or unique, so much so that people don’t yet realize they need it? In such a case, the job of web content is not to differentiate; instead, it is to educate, inspire, shift thinking, and create awareness.When this then-up-and-coming provider wanted […]

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Web content for an event entertainment agency

By Renae Gregoire

Differentiating a talent agency / event planning companyIn my mind, this project exemplifies why you need more than a “writer” to help you produce web content, brochure content, or whatever it is you want to create. Why? Because what you really need is to be able to — through your content — answer reader questions, […]

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Web content for a translation agency

By Renae Gregoire

Differentiating a translation and localization agencyNeed web content?Chances are good that most of your prospects are scouring the web for information long before they initiate contact with your company.And you know what they say about first impressions….​That’s why it’s so important that your content does a solid job of differentiating you and building a case […]

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Web content to educate about a complex topic

By Renae Gregoire

Simplifying complexity and creating awareness / interest with educational web contentIf your space is complex, either the buy or the offering itself — if readers generally tend to have lots of questions and objections on the path from awareness to purchase — then you might want to consider a dedicated area on your website with […]

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Sassy SaaS web content

By Renae Gregoire

Sassy SaaS web content:Punching up content by injecting a little attitudeFor this project, the client gave me an initial set of content to edit. But the content needed more than editing, so I rewrote, sprinkling in messaging and, at the client’s request, a bit of surprise and sassy SaaS web content attitude as I went.I […]

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