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Full board accommodation is only included on residential courses at Moor Hall, Berkshire.
Good website copy will play an important role in attracting readers to your site. It also has the potential to persuade, engage, inform and entertain your audience. In this hands-on workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to take your web-writing skills beyond the basics and ensure that your copy is both compelling for readers and optimised for search.
Good digital copywriting is always a combination of art and science. On the one hand, you need to ensure that you understand your audience, address their aspirations and concerns and write in an appropriate tone of voice. On the other, you’re working to meet the demands of algorithms that decide on the relevance of your content. In this interactive workshop, you’ll learn how to find the perfect balance.
Anyone who writes for the web can benefit from the practical exercises on this course. You are likely to be a marketer or communications professional who has already built up some experience and is looking to enhance their skills.
Our virtual delivery format is designed to deliver engaging and interactive experience using short bursts of content delivery, group breakouts, interactive polls, multimedia case histories and how-to-do workshops.
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