We create digital content designed to engage the customers you want to speak to and help you appear in Google searches.
Aristotle, Nelson Mandela and Elton John are some of the greatest orators of all time. Whether you love them or hate them, there's a reason why their words are so well known. Each word has been carefully selected and positioned for the power it needs to convey.
Whether you’re fighting to abolish apartheid, delivering a fitting eulogy or trying to achieve your sales targets, words are essential. Arguably more so today than ever before, in our digitally over-crowded world.
Copywriting isn’t just an art form. It’s a powerful combination of art mixed with science in a formula that is proven to achieve results.
Powerful copy that increases conversions and drives sales, needs a heady combination of the right words, style, and formula to deliver a message that sticks. So what's the secret to achieving digital content that drives sales and why am I the right person to hire?
Delivering dynamic digital content for (almost) 10 years
I don’t profess to be able to deliver a speech that will be You Tube’d for the foreseeable and beyond. However, I've been writing digital content for almost ten years now. I've spent 16 years in sales and marketing working with leading brands and start-up entrepreneurs. Content I've created has grown sales of small businesses and increased membership numbers for established loyalty programmes. I understand what makes customers act.
My name is Danielle Auld. I founded Complete Copywriting in 2009. I’m a member of the IDM and the Pro Copywriter’s Network, and alongside a degree in Law, I hold the IDM Award in Digital Copywriting.
I work with a small team of proofreaders and writers whose skills compliment my own, to deliver digital content with a difference.
We specialise in creating articles and website content for premium food and beverage brands and the IT security software industry. However, we work with many other businesses across many different industries. Just a few of these include charities, FMCG, agencies, consultancies, electronics, and education.