Your brochures are windows into your business and your products. They’re the perfect opportunity to impress your potential customers with your expertise and quality. What better way than with polished copy that reflects your professionalism and confidence.
Copy for a typical product brochure or catalogue will cost RM1,200 – RM4,000, depending on the amount of work required. Rush-jobs cost extra. (Any brochure can be reformatted as website copy.)
The wonderful thing about websites is that when visitors arrive at yours, they’re already looking for you and your products! That’s why you need professional website copy that presents all the information they need to decide that your products are what they want.
Copy for a typical 6-page website costs RM1,600 – RM4,000, depending on the amount of work required. Rush-jobs cost extra.
Print advertisements or advertorials, especially those in magazines, play a prominent part in the media mix with their ability to reach niche audiences. You need advertisements that appeal and promote to that special target market to ensure their interests in your product or service are met.
Copy for a typical print advertisement costs RM400 – RM1,600.
Ensure that your press release stands out by having it written in the “inverted pyramid” format. This allows editors to easily adapt your news to their content and dramatically improves the chances of your news being included in the next issue.
Copy for a typical press release costs RM200 – RM600.
I’m afraid my services do not include web design or web development (nor for that matter, printing). If you need a designer or a web developer, follow this link to someone who might assist you.
As businesses try to take on a more authoritative marketing position, they will often call for “articles” on their websites or social media pages. Unfortunately, I don’t write articles. Articles require massive amounts of time for research. And that’s time I cannot allocate away from my other clients. Please follow this link to someone who might help you.
I’m afraid I do not provide translation services. There are plenty of translators on the Internet who can help you with that.
For newsletters and coffee table books (or any kind of book for that matter), you should seek out an ex-journalist to help you, not a copywriter. A copywriter’s function is to persuade or advocate. Newsletters and coffee table books do not. Follow this link and you might find someone who can help you.
I’m afraid you will need to do this yourself. If you can’t get over this first hurdle on your own, how will you surmount the kinds of challenges that running a business entails?