Website Designer Brisbane - MYW Client - Oliver & Co. Conveyancing
Website Designer Brisbane - Mind Your Words - OliverandCo

Copywriting and WordPress Website Package Oliver & Co. Conveyancing

In their words...

Leeha was fantastic! She is patient and the process was so easy. There are some tough questions but it really helps to get right down to the point of what you do, why you do it, and who you do it for. Once you can answer these questions, Leeha is the magician who makes it all come to life for your potential clients. I am so so so so happy!

Tayla Ross | Founder | Licensee-in-Charge | Conveyancer

Project Overview

Tayla and I met through a networking group when she was in the very early stages of launching her business, Oliver & Co. Conveyancing. It came at very little surprise, that her business took off! She went very quickly from being a solo entrepreneur to a business owner building a team to help her meet the demand for her services.

Tayla had an existing logo and website from when she first launched her business, but with her business going from strength to strength, she knew it was time to bring in the pros.

Tayla worked with Kat from Little Black Kat Creative on her branding and then came to me for a website that better represented that brand and that would attract and connect with her ideal client. It was important to Tayla that her website made a statement and would provide a point of difference from other ‘stock standard’ conveyancing websites.

Tayla loves how fresh and vibrant her new website is and has reported a significant increase in the enquiries that are coming through from the site.

The Task

A 5-page on-brand and conversion-focused WordPress website package that included conversational and engaging SEO copy.

Favourite Line

“We get it. Buying and selling your home can be an exciting but nerve-wracking time—especially if it’s your first time.”

Something Cool

This website was so fun to design! The bright colours really pop and I just love the funky illustrations created by Kat. This really was a team effort!