No more making do
with so-so copy
Let’s get your comms working harder
Ok, so you’ve got lots of good things to communicate as a university (like great courses and much-needed research). But you still need to convince potential students, academics and business partners that it’s worth listening.
They need to get what your uni’s all about, and what you have to offer them, and feel inspired and excited to act on the things you’re telling them.
If you were in a room (or Teams) together, you’d know what to say. You’d know how to convince them.
But you’ve got to distill that onto a page. Into a case study or an article or a course description.
And to do that well, you need the right words.
That’s where we come in.
Bye-bye boring blurb. Let’s find the words
that’ll hook people in and keep them reading:
Copy feeling a bit meh but not sure how to fix it? We’ll walk you what needs to change, step by step
Don’t have the budget to start from scratch? Send us your draft and we’ll zhuzh it to the next level
Want to go all-in? Let’s craft new copy that does exactly
what you need
You’ve got brilliant degrees. But your course pages aren’t doing them justice. We can help you get that sorted
Let’s get people excited about your research, innovation and student experience, with a regular flow of well-thought-out articles, case studies and stories
I recently worked with All Things Words to transition our research content onto our new website, and was delighted with the results. It was extremely useful to work with a professional writer who knows the education sector so well, and could advise us on the best way to present what we do to an external audience.Rajani Naidoo, University of Bath
Really, it boils down to this one thing:
Why should people care about what you have to say?
When there are countless other unis doing brilliant things out there – and probably fairly similar things to you.
Why should prospective students or business partners listen?
It’s not enough to just talk about what you do clearly. You need your brand and ‘the things you want to be known for’ to shine through. So that people instantly get a feel for what it’s going to be like to study or partner with you – and whether they need more of what you offer in their life.
How d’you do that? How do you shine a light on the things that make your uni the right choice for someone?
It all starts with the words you use. On your website. On your blog. On social. Every sentence you put out (and the way you put them together) needs to show people who you are, and nudge them that little bit closer.