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This section of copy also lends support to keyphrases Top Security wanted to rank highly for. Because "Orlando Security Systems" can be an awkward phrase to repeat, I split it up in several instances to help flow of copy stay natural.
The remainder of page speaks to facts that Top Security is local, has longevity in community, is right around corner, and offers several other benefits national security companies simply can't (or won't). Benefit after benefit is listed and explained in order to drive home fact that a local company can – and will – provide exceptional service. You can see current version here: http://www.copywritingcourse.com/topsecurity-current.pdf.
All throughout these sections of copy, keyphrases are reinforced in copy. When applicable, keyphrases are used in bold phrases or others that include special formatting. However, I never forced keyphrases someplace they didn't fit just for sake of doing it. Keyphrase placement has to meld with copy, not overpower it.
The call-to-action for home page was simple. It asked three questions dealing with biggest complaints about home security that users or potential users have regarding dependability, false alarms, and price.
The high rankings Top Security had prior to SEO copywriting makeover were retained for most terms and even increased for a few others. While that's great, what's more important is that lead generations from site increased, which gave Top Security, Inc. a broader customer base and potential to make more sales they previously would not have been able to make.
It just goes to show that, even if your site has high positioning, copywriting can play an incredibly important role in bringing growth to your business. After all, what's point of having good rankings if you have no sales?
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