When you hire me for your copywriting or content writing project, you can rest assured that I will work to your exact brief and produce 100% unique and original content that is written from scratch, just for you.
I invite you to run anything I write for you through the plagiarism detection tool of your choice before releasing payment.
I write SEO-friendly content as standard, and can optimise your website text to boost traffic and increase conversions.
I will also provide up to two revisions (if required) within the remit of your original brief to ensure that you are completely satisfied with the finished product.
I will not agree to commence a job until you are happy with what I offer and we both feel confident about proceeding, and have fixed a price and deadline for delivery of your content.
I don't agree to deadlines I cannot meet — I have never missed a deadline in my entire career, and I don't intend to start now!
Once payment has been made for your completed project, copyright hands over to you in full and in perpetuity.
I work directly with both businesses and individuals, as well as a number of digital marketing agencies who wish to outsource their content writing to a responsive professional with in-house agency experience.
I have ongoing working relationships with many well-known brands, as well as small and medium-sized companies and organisations. I am just as comfortable working with startup sole traders who have never hired a copywriter before as I am with established businesses.
Many of my clients have been with me for years, whether that be for ongoing projects or ad-hoc per-task jobs. You can view some of my clients and see some examples of my work for them within my portfolio.
If you would like to read some testimonials or speak with a few of my past clients directly to get their views on what it's like to work with me, just ask.
Many people looking to hire a copywriter for the first time find making the initial approach a little daunting, or are wary of coming across as naive and inexperienced. This is often particularly true for people who just want to get an idea of costs, or that only need help with a small or one-off task.
If you're not quite sure how hiring a freelance copywriter works, how to construct a brief, or what sort of budget you will need for your project, don't worry.
You will find me to be approachable, helpful, and not prone to speaking in marketing jargon. I'm happy to explain anything you don't understand or aren't sure about, and to give you the time and space to digest everything we've discussed before you make a final decision.
When you first contact me I will ask you for some basic information about what you need and when you need it.
This is to ensure that I can provide what you're looking for, and can complete the task within your deadline (or accommodate it within my schedule for long-term or ongoing projects).
Next, I will ask you for more details and let you know if I need any additional information. From there, we'll develop and agree on a brief for the project to outline exactly what you need, so that we are both clear on what I will do, and so that I can let you know how much it will cost.
An appropriate brief might be just a paragraph long, or several pages; it all depends on the project! If you require help determining your requirements or aren't sure what you need to tell me, I can work on this with you.
When we're ready to proceed, I will create your content and return it to you — generally as an editable Word document so that you can process or integrate the text into your website, brochure, or other format as required.
The majority of the time I simply get it right first time, but up to two rounds of revisions within the scope of the original brief are also included within my fee.
Requests for revisions made due to a change in circumstances or preferences on the client’s part may attract an additional fee.
This might occur if you change your mind about what you want me to do and ask me to take a different approach, or if you wish to add information or guidance that was not made available to me from the get-go.