Verbal branding


We call ourselves “writers,” not “copywriters,” for a reason.


That’s because the writing skills required to build enduring customer relationships are different from those needed to drive short-term sales. Here are a few examples:

Brand voice & messaging

Successful brands speak in one engaging and instantly recognizable brand voice—in ads, in articles, on websites, and everywhere else. We translate your brand attributes into a distinctive verbal style and provide guidelines and training so your writers understand how to craft copy in your brand's unique voice.

Brandlines & taglines

Whether you call them slogans, taglines, or catchphrases, we write for endurance. Ad lines are fun (and fun to write) but they’re only built to last 30 seconds. The short phrases we craft must last for years while hitting a strategic bull's-eye, aligning to your messages, and managing to feel both effortless and inevitable. That’s why we call them brandlines.

Storytelling

At its core, branding is storytelling. We craft the compelling, engaging brand stories necessary to build that most elusive of brand assets—customer loyalty. From websites, marketing materials, and retail to corporate collateral and employee engagement, we create stories targeted to your audience. We make sure your brand is not only seen—but also heard.

Packaging copy

From the supermarket shelf to the breakfast table, think of how often you read packaging copy. When skillfully written, package copy is central to creating brand experiences and generating sales.

Brand books and films

Why do some of our books, scripts, and films get translated into 35 languages? Because they work—to inspire and unify. Our benchmark for success? When 40,000 employees sneak our brand books and films home to show the kids.

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