Category Archives: Blog

Google Search Engine Redesign

In the last couple of months there has been a Google search engine redesign which far surpasses anything they’ve done for years. Earlier we had Google Panda Update, followed by Google Penguin Update, both designed to tweak the way data is treated. Google Hummingbird, the latest update, is a complete rewrite of their search algorithm; […]

WordPress News – Oct 2013

Recently, at the annual San Francisco​ WordCamp, the creator of WordPress, Matt Mullenweg revealed some exciting facts about WordPress. He said, “We’re now up to 18.9 percent of the web running WordPress… We’re going to see the number of people who have WordPress as part of their daily habits grow exponentially.” Digging behind the figures […]

Time to Stop…

…and concentrate on the writing. For a few years now we’ve offered a web design and build service alongside the web content writing. The idea was that it was easier as website content writers to bring website design in-house, rather than discovering that the designer working on a site had left no room to put […]

Financial Business Copywriting

I just thought I’d drop this in while I think of it: Apart from our usual web content writing, Crimson Leaf has offered financial business copywriting service to Independent Financial Advisers for years and have even designed and built the websites. We’d like to help more. An IFA will need to know that the designer […]

Crimsonleaf Radio Ad.

Crimsonleaf Radio Advert Just thought you might like to hear the combination of my writing with Richard (Voice over Artist) Heathcote’s subtle tones, musical selection and assembly skills. Thanks Rich… Please ask us any questions you’d like to or leave a comment on the form below.

When to Abandon the Rules

Welcome to the first of a short series of copywriting blogs, helping you to add meaningful and attractive content to your website whenever you need to. Writing for the web is a different discipline from other forms of writing, with the possible exception of sales copy. It requires imagination and a degree of flair but […]