• You have the talent, we have the inspiration
  • We pick the correct words for you
  • Creative, coherent, compelling copies
  • Inspired by your uniqueness
  • Words that count, not word-count
  • Define, position, and promote your brand by words
  • Get your story told by professionals
  • Words are to add value, not to fill gaps
  • Tell your story through professionals

WHY US


Since the start, we have sought to make our presence count by committing ourselves to customer satisfaction and welfare. Our raison d’être is the creation of diversified and engaging content that advances your business opportunities in the present and shapes a prosperous future.


OUR SERVICES


Technical writing

  • Software /Hardware User Manuals
  • Software /Hardware Help Systems
  • APIs Documentation
  • Deployment Manuals
  • Training Material
  • Troubleshooting Manuals
  • Processes Documentation
  • Requirements Documents
  • Proposals Documents

Copywriting

  • Company Profiles
  • Web site Content
  • Articles/Blogs
  • E-books
  • White Papers
  • Case Studies
  • Success Stories
  • Team Biographies
  • Newsletters
  • E-mail Marketing

Localization & translation

  • Arabic
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Chinese
  • Greek

Process Documentation

  • Internal Work Process Within Work Premises
  • Work Process Between Customer and Service Provider
  • ISO Documentation

Business Writing

  • Requirements Analysis
  • Proposals

Copyediting

  • Spelling Review
  • Grammar Review
  • Punctuation Review
  • Rephrasing
  • Formatting
  • Template Creation

Training

  • Local Training
  • Overseas Training


CONTENT MEDIA



ABOUT WriteIT


ABOUT US

WriteIT stands out for the distinguished and comprehensive services it offers in the field of content production. With our customer-oriented mindset, thorough technical knowledge, and dedicated team, we have carved our way to a leading position in the content market.

  1. Our Story

    2010 was the year we launched WriteIT to fill a huge gap in the documentation services sector. We have observed, for a long period, how companies addressed content development as a marginal matter and assigned it to non-specialists, especially with a lack of devoted content writers. As such, we perceived a pressing need for an independent entity that specializes in developing first-rate diversified content tailored to customers’ needs. Armed with a long-standing history in the IT market, an awareness of the transformational power of professionally eloquent writing, and a solid reputation for excellence, a group of documentation and translation experts collaborated to develop a continuously evolving content services provider that copes with the ever-changing market in order to serve customers best. That is WriteIT—the content provider that drives your visibility to unprecedented levels.

    Since the start, we have excelled in localization, content management, editing and layout, marketing collateral services, and end-user documentation services. Because we are keen on achieving the ultimate benefit for you, we have adopted new approaches and revamped our content production strategies. Instead of limiting our production to written format, we have now incorporated the more innovative and attractive graphical and interactive content. We are intent on maximizing your opportunities for success.

  2. Vision

    WriteIT will be recognized as the giant global multi-departmental content provider that inspires excellence and professionalism. We will revolutionize content development by integrating consultancy and long-term customer support as a norm in the process.

  3. Mission

    WriteIT aims to develop diversified attractive and effective content that presents you to your customers in the best light, conveys your message, zooms in on your strengths, and captures the attention of your prospects. We give words to your ideas and represent your business to your customers through content that impresses, engages, and triggers action

  4. Who We Serve

    Our clients are ideally medium- and large-sized businesses who have realized their success story on the ground and are now eager to share their model with a wider audience. This is where we step in to fortify your presence via the suitable forms of content that drive your business to sustainable success.

    While we mainly serve a broad spectrum of sectors in Egypt, we have carried our business to the Gulf Region and cooperated with clients in Switzerland. Now we plan to expand to other areas of the global market—namely the UAE and the USA.

      enjoy extensive expertise in the fields of solar energy, IT, and banking, with plenty of satisfied customers who, impressed by our level of proficiency, have encouraged us to extend our work further to other fields, like pharmacology, medicine, and aviation.

  5. Our Competencies

    At WriteIT, we hire subject-matter experts and assign projects on basis of specialization. As they focus on what they excel in, our employees always deliver impressive results that satisfy our clients.

    Our apt and adept technical writers easily grasp the core of your business processes, adapt their linguistic competence to the nature of the required content, and develop end-user documents that are clear, concise, coherent, and correct.

    Our ingenious copywriters and resourceful consultants continuously explore the latest marketing trends and smartly strike a balance between your specific business needs and these prevailing trends. As such, they produce appealing and persuasive content that emphasizes the best you have to offer and captures the attention of your targeted customer segments.

    Our meticulous copyeditors guard the integrity and soundness of your writings with their vigilance against the slightest typos, intricate mistakes, and stylistic inconsistencies.

    Our experienced, scholarly translators are your perfect companion for cross-cultural content development. They easily yet effectively carry your message across language barriers and open new doors for your products and services in your targeted geographical markets.

    Overall, all our team members exhibit outstanding capabilities in their respective fields. They can clearly and smoothly grasp the essence of diverse, specialized technical fields and deliver the services at a top quality that secures better opportunities for your business. Dream big: WriteIT develops content that does wonders. 

Blog

05Feb 2020

A writer’s goal is to keep the audience interested. Sadly, some writers fall into certain traps that may jeopardize the audience’s engagement. Understanding the most common writing mistakes can help authors write more clearly and keep them from stumbling on common pitfalls.

1. Trying to Sound Too Sophisticated
It’s important to remember that you are trying to inform the reader, not impress them. Unless you’re writing a business proposal or legal document, keep your content simple, easy-to-understand, and to the point. Remember, your reader won’t bother looking up the meaning of each word you write; they’ll just look for something simpler to read.

2. Not Asking Enough Questions
As a writer, it’s your job to dig into the details of a brief and ask the right questions. Is your client using American or British English? Gulf Arabic or Egyptian Arabic? Where and when will the content be published? All these questions help enhance your content and show that you’re a professional in your field.

3. Not Doing Research
Even if your client provides you with a detailed brief, a little research goes a long way. Transform your work from ‘good’ to ‘excellent’ by simply reading about the industry’s latest developments and your client’s main competitors. Your content will sound more credible because you’ll sound like an expert.

4. Forgetting to Edit
The way you present your work is almost as important as the work itself. Even if an editor will review your content, make it a habit to check for grammar and spelling errors, run-on sentences, and other common issues. Doing this shows that you’ve invested time and effort in the work.

13Jan 2020

Copywriters know exactly how to sell with words. But not all words are created equal.
What sets apart good copy from mediocre copy is its ability to keep the audience interested till the end. The trick lies in always keeping your audience in mind, emphasizing your strengths, and being organized and honest.

1. Captivate the Reader
The most important element of writing marketing content is catching the reader’s attention from the very first sentence. Think about how many times you lost interest in an article in under a minute. Start your content in an intriguing and compelling way to hook the reader, otherwise your efforts will go to waste.

2. Find Your Edge
Think about what makes you stand out among your competitors. What needs are you fulfilling? What are your brand’s best features? Identify your brand’s unique selling proposition (USP) and capitalize on it in your content to convince customers that your brand is superior compared to its counterparts.

3. Stay Organized 
The impact of your content relies on your ability to stay organized and up to date. An article about your brand winning a prestigious award isn’t as impactful when published a week later. Capitalize on important company milestones to better connect with your customers and win over new ones.

4. Be Honest
It’s natural to feel like your brand offers the best product or service, but when you oversell or make exaggerated claims, customers won’t trust you. Remember to stay realistic; for example, instead of saying your toothpaste ‘will’ remove plaque, say it ‘can.’
That way, you won’t risk getting negative feedback and accusations from customers.

03Dec 2019

No matter what kind of business you have, or how small or large it might be, having a blog for your business helps you stay in touch with your customers. For this reason, the rules of personal blogging may not always apply to corporate blogging. While writing a blog for your business, you need to present your words in a way that leaves a good impression with prospective clients. Here are a few tips that will help you achieve optimum results:

 

Write for Your Customer, Not Yourself

The purpose of a corporate blog is to increase sales, but customers will never listen to you if your blog sounds like another sales pitch. Skip the promotional materials and instead provide readers with useful and informative content that solves their problems and makes their lives easier to establish trust and credibility.

 

Don’t Underestimate the Power of SEO

Good content is pointless if it never reaches the target customer. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) enables you to identify the terms and keywords your customers use in search engines. This will help your blog appear in relevant online searches and therefore generate more leads.

 

Humanize Your Brand

There’s a reason why many of the advertisements we see on TV are emotional; customers want to feel like they are dealing with a human, not a faceless brand. Mention and involve your employees in the blog and show customers what goes on ‘behind the scenes’ so they can form an intimate connection with what you have to offer.

 

Keep Tracking and Improving

After publishing a few blog posts, you’ll need to look into the statistics that can make or break your content. Study which topics attracted more readers, which posts received the most comments, and which platforms encourage customers to click and visit your blog. Commit to this ongoing process for consistent and long-term results.

 


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