I write compelling and engaging website copy that turns more clicks into customers. Content is King, so it pays to trust a Lion.
Lucinda Lions is the owner and chief copywriter at Lion Writing. She writes persuasive, compelling and engaging website copy that coverts visitors into customers. All copy comes with a 100% Lion-Clad guarantee.
Lucinda is also the owner and chief tagline writer at Slogan Creator.
You can generally find her in the chocolate aisle.
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"Every set back is a stepping stone to success" - Lucinda's wonderful Mum
Before starting any task I've been saying four simple words to myself. This has led to a surprising boost in my productivity and made procrastination a thing of the past!
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