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Website copy | Email and eNewsletter copy | Brand style guides | Blog writing | Slogans, taglines & naming | Social Media | Press Releases | Copy-editing

So, why on earth would you want to hire a professional copywriter like me when you can write perfectly well? I’ll tell you why.

I know what it takes to make your brand – whatever kind it may be – stand out and have the edge over its competitors.

I don’t just write for brands. I transform them. I enhance them. I write with brand image in mind, and I think about how I can make potential consumers want to invest in your brand with each word I write.

I add more to your brand’s story and I have seen that words can play a key part in that.

How would a professional copywriter like me work with you?

Perhaps you’re a new business needing help with campaign ideas, your site map or website content. Or you might be rebranding and require an experienced wordsmith to create brilliant copy that matches up with your exciting new identity. Or maybe you simply feel that your copy needs a refresh and a new set of eyes cast upon it.

I start by providing you with a copywriting brief  – and it really is brief. I like to get to know your business, so I ask what your company does, your values, target audience, and about the boring-yet-important stuff such as deadlines.

Even better, I offer unlimited revisions so that you get exactly what you’re after every single time. Though with my briefing form and expert understanding in knowing client needs, my client’s don’t usually need any major revisions.

Once you’ve made your decision, you’ll sign an agreement form with all the project details and terms clearly described, then you can leave it with me and I’ll work on those revolutionary words.

It’s important to note that I reserve the right to request a 50% deposit of the full amount before any work commences. I ask for this for most of my projects, though some are at the exception of this. Please view my terms and conditions for more details. I know it’s the boring bit, but let’s be on the same page.