You’ve read my about page so you know who I am and what I can help you with.
You might have read my services page so you know how I can help you.
But do you know why I do what I do, and why I want to help?
You might ask me what I do. And I might reply that I’m a copywriter. If I was feeling more verbose, I might reply that I write content for creative software developers and the tech sector.
So now you know my ‘what’.
But I could take the initiative and tell you that I help developers and tech start-ups by producing their content, freeing them up to spend their time creating what matters to them.
I write the words so they don’t have to.
So now you know my ‘what’ and my ‘how’.
But what is my ‘why’?
Words have power. They hold meaning. They can convey truth, or inspire great acts. They can also hide the truth, and lead the way to darkness.
Design and technology are pretty much the same. Design to lead to hopeful images, or they can spread important messages. You’ll have heard of “Careless talk costs lives” from the Second World War.
Technology can heal, save time and lives, or it can kill. It depends how you use it.
Heavy stuff, maybe, but true. And I believe in the power of words in the same way I believe in design and technology.
But words are also tricksy devils if you’re not sure how to handle them.
I genuinely enjoy writing. It’s been the one constant in my life for as long as I can remember.
But I know not everyone finds it as easy to write as I do. And that’s okay. You have your specialism, and I’ll have mine.
I want to take the worry over getting the content right off your shoulders. I want you to be able to focus on your amazing job, and your awesome skill sets.
I’ll write the words so you don’t have to. And you can get on with what you do best, too.
If you want me to handle your words, send me an email and we’ll talk.