Seems like I kicked up a fuss without realizing it.
To some degree yes, but from a professional point of view it's best if this was done properly. A client once give me 2,000 words to go in a single web-page. I asked him to simplify, he simplified as much as could be, but it was still in excess of 1000 words. Since I already put the quote together for a number of pages I could not really go back and ask him for more
money, so I did the best I could be separating the content and referring it with internal anchor points.
There is little point in having a website which cannot get it's message accross. It's best if things are done as efficiently as possible.
Completely agreed. I am not the best at checking English. Even here I have to double check something before posting it, nevermind for professional use. Thanks.
There's only so far you can acceptably go in educating a client before you're getting them a degree!
Now copy-writing and writing for search engines is completely different? There will be one copy for the final web page/site, and would this not need to be SEO friendly with keywords density and so forth? How would one go about that. I would not think copywriters would know this.
Apologies I have not yet worked with a copy-writer, so most of this is new to me.