Stop. Take a breath. There’s a better way to attract new clients and better serve the ones you already have. It’s true, getting and holding people’s attention online is tough. Research shows you have less than 8 seconds from the time someone visits your homepage to clearly communicate your value proposition and convince them to stick around. Empty content doesn’t cut it anymore. Non-visual storytelling matters.
CUE: FIRST-RATE COPY.
I write words for your business that stay true to your voice without sounding forced. My words are worth their weight, ushering your prospective clients on the journey from casual peruser to loyal customer and making you money while you sleep (or vacation in the Bahamas). Good copy makes good money. What’s not to love?
After a thorough excavation of your brand, your needs, and your goals for each page, I'll give them a total messaging makeover.
Have an automated sequence for your upcoming launch, newsletter signup, or latest offering? If not, you should! Email is still one of the best ways to get your products and services in front of clients. I write email sequences with your desired conversion in mind (min. three emails).
Launching a course, product, or service? I write juicy sales pages anchored in sales psychology that will have your ideal clients happily whipping out their credit cards!
Already have a website you like, but know it could be better? I take a thorough tour of your website and provide in-depth feedback and suggestions to implement, such as ways to increase conversion, clarify your message, and infuse your company's personality.
You're on a mission to get your message out into the world, and get it out fast! After chatting, I'll get all the info I need from you to write up to 4 full pages of your website in just 24 hours (including revisions).
I send you your copy via Google Docs, and you have three business days to suggest revisions and edits. Then I have three business days to implement them. I'll hand over your final, polished draft as a PDF and change your Google Doc permission to "Editor." Now those words are yours to use as you please!