It’s not always easy to sell what you do
Whittling down everything we do into as few words as possible isn’t easy.
What if you leave out the most important part or people don’t understand?
Stop trying to do it yourself and call for professional help
Every hour you spend trying to get things right keeps you from what you do best.
I offer a full range of Business Writing Services, with solutions to fit your needs.
Emails, newsletters (via Mailchimp and Infusionsoft CRM packages), advertising copy,
internal and external correspondence, case studies, fact sheets, business and individual profiles
I work with your words
Add them in, cut them out,
move them about, shake them up.
It may sound savage, but I’m really
quite gentle (I promise!).
I see the big picture
Getting the words right is only half of it
– what’s on your website?
What marketing collateral do you have?
I make sure it all fits together.
I believe in white space
Online or on paper, too much text
makes everything start to blur.
Crisp, clear communication + white space
= the perfect romance.
Website copywriting with focus on overall theme, business aims
and social media integration. Blog posts, schedules and strategies.
Who are you?
Introduce your business, let the world
know who you are and where you’ve
come from – make your experience count.
What do you do?
It’s not that you’re lazy – you do a lot!
But unless we sell it properly,
this could all be a waste of time.
Why are you here?
What can you achieve online?
I’ll find the right words to
make the trip worthwhile.
Product flyers, company profiles, annual reports, course information,
events, services, new product launches, newsletters and special offers.
Get your message clear
Let’s tell the world what you do,
where and why. No matter what
you’re selling, we’ll get the right words.
Make it memorable
The right mix of text and images is essential.
Too much of one and not enough
of the other harms the message.
Beware the brain dump
It’s tempting to get as much in there as possible,
but have mercy! You’re in it for the long haul
– save something for next time.