Hire a B2B website copywriter.

Clear content to
captivate your customers.

You’re short on time, writing isn’t your strong suit, and you might struggle to explain exactly what you do.

So hire me. 

I’ll interview your subject matter experts, understand your business and write the content that helps your customers.

What web pages do you need?

All business websites tend to have a similar set of core pages:


The starting point that sets the tone for the whole site. 

This must be clear, compelling and concise.


A detailed look at what your business offers. 

There can often be dozens of sub pages in this section.


A place to convey your personality and your story.

This page also shows how you solve your customers’ problems.


A set of in-depth expert articles.

This is where to demonstrate authority and relevance to your ideal audience.

Many businesses also have a blog/resources page and a “Problems we solve” page, which goes into detail about how that business makes life better for its customers.

All this means that even a small website tends to have at least 5 pages.

I recommend a basic structure shown in the sample sitemap below.

Most B2B sites are more complex than this, but if you can get the content right on these important pages, you’ll make a good impression on your prospective customers.

The number of pages needed affects the price.

Investing in my copywriting for a small, website usually starts at £3000.

For larger sites, the investment is usually in the £4000–£6000 bracket.

Save money with Copy Fix:
£899 for a 5-page review.

This web editorial review package is for those who don’t need my full technical copywriting service.

Content samples.

Here are some examples of web page projects I’ve worked on. Click the links to read more detail:

White paper for Intelligent Growth Solutions.

This project involved a site visit to a high-tech vertical farming industry based in Scotland.

I interviewed subject matter experts and then created an in-depth white paper to help position the business as an innovator and market leader in the modern agriculture industry.

Download the white paper

IGS vertical farming white paper

Kate Forster, IGS

Web content for Allied Aerosystems.

This project involved some technical proofreading and rewriting for a UK-based calibration company.

The client needed someone with attention to detail and an understanding of technical language.

Allied Aerosystems

The result was a consistent set of website text that was authoritative and accurate but also easy to read.

Web content for Calleo Consultants.

Calleo Consultants are a software reseller of Micro Focus testing tools.

I wrote the content for their website as part of a new launch. Dozens of pages were in scope – here's a brief look at a few of them.

Calleo Software homepage

Calleo Software "Problems we solve" page

Calleo Software "How to select the right tools" page

Web content for Neuron Computers.

This project involved an editorial review of the Neuron Computers website.

I used a combination of a private, password-protected video recording and a set of suggested editorial changes logged in MS Word to give Kevin and his team an easy way to make quick improvements to their content.

Neuron Computers

Web content for PRP.

Here is an example of web content written for a website refresh for PRP Polymer Engineering.

This Hereford-based company specialises in producing plastic-injection moulded parts as a viable alternative to natural rubber.

The old website was in need of a revitalisation, so I was commissioned to create a new site structure and to write the content for each page.

PRP homepage

A new homepage would focus on the key value proposition offered by the client, giving the audience a clear understanding of the service and an easy way to enquire about orders.

Plastic-injection moulding explained

The process of plastic-injection moulding was explained, to demonstrate PRP’s expertise in this specialist field.

Even when a client knows what they want from a service provider, explanations like this help to build trust and show authority.

The PRP process

The step-by-step manufacturing process was documented so that the company could show its commitment to quality and standardisation.

Again, this is a great way to appeal to clients who want to know what they’re getting for their money.

Another way to showcase the company’s experience and understanding of its craft was to document the pros and cons of each material used to make parts in the factory.

This transparency gives clients reassurance that they’re dealing with a company that wants to deliver the best product for their needs.

Pros and cons of materials

Web content for Umbrella Digital Media.

This example shows some homepage copywriting work that helped with the consistency and brand identity of this web design consultant.

A discovery call on Zoom helped me get to the bottom of what Umbrella Digital Media was all about.

We agreed to play with the umbrella metaphor that’s part of Imogen's branding.

I came up with a headline that she was really happy with: "Web Design to Weatherproof Your Business".

Homepage branding content for Umbrella Digital Media

The result of this project was a tight, on-brand set of copy that will help Imogen to connect better with her potential web design customers.

An example of web content for LISA

LISA (Licensing, SAM, ITAM Academy) is an on-demand video training subscription aimed at software-licensing pros who don’t want to rely solely on traditional classroom training.

The business was set up by the well-respected ITAM Review, and I wrote the copy for the new website. There was scope to put a bit of personality into the homepage, which features one of my favourite taglines: “Learn SQL server at 3am in your pyjamas. Learn VMware from your armchair. Study SAP by the sea.”


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Let me save you the time and energy of producing your own content.

I’ve written for small and large businesses since 2009,
including for Virgin Media, Fujitsu and Sky.

Imogen Allen
Web designer

Umbrella Digital Media

I was struggling with my own homepage website copy. I wanted someone who was able to see ‘me’ from a client’s perspective and to put into words how someone would feel when they work with me.

Tracey Tait
Chatty, tea-loving content marketer


John’s Copy Fix showed me what I couldn’t see on my website. The comments and feedback made perfect sense and improved my copy so much.

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