You might be able to string some great words together, but is it the best use of your time? Can you put your customer front and centre while extolling the benefits your company delivers?
People don’t buy things because of the fantastic features. They buy benefits. They buy things that affirm the image they hold of themselves. And they buy it from the companies that make them feel heard and understood by speaking their language.
That’s where I come in. I’ll tell your story in a way that compels customers to choose you – not your competition. You can get on with what you do best – running your business.
How do you hire a content writer?
Each project is different. A brief email or call letting me know what you want is a great place to start. Of course, it’s free and without obligation.
All quotes include…
- A phone call, Skype, Zoom or other chat to get a feel your business, brand voice, and a firm understanding of what you need.
- All liaison throughout the life of the project.
- All research – market research, topic research, and SEO keyword research.
- The initial draft of the content you have ordered.
- Proofing and editing to make sure the draft is error-free and ‘tight’ as can be.
- Two revisions to make sure your content hits the spot.
Freelance copywriters charge in multiple ways – per project, hour or word. I usually work with simple project fees which are best for clear plans. When work is less easy to define or ongoing, an hourly rate can make more sense. ProCopywriters publish the average cost of a freelance writer in the UK each year on their blog.
What I Do
SEO copywriting for websites
Getting found on the internet relies on a lot of different things – great images, fast site speed, mobile-friendliness and more. Optimizing your content is one of the big ones.
Looking for a blog writer?
Blog writing is an effective way to boost your website ranking and drive more email enquiries for your business. In fact, OptInMonster found businesses who blog get twice as much email traffic than businesses who don’t.
Marketing copywriter for campaigns
There are so many ways to reach potential customers – emails, brochures, leaflets and e-newsletters. Images are great for catching someone’s eye. Words are what you need to turn that initial interest into quality leads.