Here are a few questions that clients often ask when they get in touch. Please do drop me a line with any other queries you may have.
What sort of copywriting projects do you work on?
Over the past 15 years, I've worked on a vast array of copywriting projects, from blog writing through to website development, brochures and sales letters. I've worked with sole traders, small businesses and multinational companies – so very little fazes me.
Which sectors do you work in?
My clients come from many different walks of life and various sectors, such as:
- science and technology
- property and building services
- financial services
- higher education
- business consultancy
I enjoy working with clients in different sectors...this keeps my copywriting sharp. For me, the important thing is to quickly understand my client's business, target market and their customer base. With this in mind, I can produce clear, compelling content that engages readers (and potential customers).
Whatever sector you work in, I'll tailor my written style to capture your business perfectly. Whether it's a formal corporate style or a cheeky vibe, I'll find the right tone.
How does your pricing work?
Every project is unique so I provide an individual quote for each project. I always stick to my prices (unless the brief changes substantially). No stress, no fuss – just a fair and honest approach.
So, whether you run a large business or you're a sole trader, we'll find a plan that fits within your budget.
How does a typical project work?
It's my job to take the stress out of marketing so that you can focus on running your business. So, I aim to keep things as straightforward as possible.
First, I'll discuss the brief with you by phone, Skype or by meeting face to face – whichever is easier for you. Next, I'll complete my research and planning before drafting the content. I'll then ask you to review the draft so you can make any comments or request any tweaks, as needed. My aim is to meet and exceed your expectations at each and every stage!
Where does your business typically come from?
I'm really fortunate that much of my work comes from client recommendations and repeat business, and also from website enquiries. I'm always keen to work with new clients so just get in touch to discuss your project further.