Yes, I regularly do copywriting for businesses. That could mean overhauling the content of a website; writing a series of case studies; interviewing clients or staff members for various pieces of collateral; or managing a bigger project such as pulling together an annual report. Regardless, you’re in the right place.
What’s my copywriting background?
Prior to the ten years that I’ve been a freelance journalist I spent a decade working as a communications specialist. Today, most people jump that fence in the opposite direction; I’ve always liked to do things differently. I also have a communications degree under my belt (although frankly, that was a long time ago). Still, the combination means I don’t tend to promote my copywriting work because (*blushes*) most of my clients approach me directly. (I know, how lovely!) But there’s always room for new clients in the mix. Some of my regular, recent or current clients include:
- British Council
- Department of Industry
- Department of Environment and Energy
- Goodman (Property)
- Westpac Foundation
How I work:
I either work solo or with a small group of freelance writers/proofreaders who are part of my team. These are people whose work I know and trust and who’ve worked with me successfully in the past. Working flexibly like this allows me to scale up or scale down depending on which jobs I choose to take on.
For larger jobs, or at times when I have multiple deadlines on the go, I will: manage your project from start to finish; liaise with you/your team as required; and edit every piece of material my team produces. The job price doesn’t change: only the way I work changes.
For smaller jobs (or if you catch me at a quiet time!) I’ll do all of the above plus write the copy myself.
To chat about rates and how I can help your business you’ll find all my contact details here.
(PS. I also help people improve their writing skills at work, through my 1-1 writing coaching. It’s a popular and effective service.)