I work with software developers and tech start-ups to help you reach your ideal audiences with story-based copy and shareable content. People don’t want to be sold to by automated services – they want to deal with other people.
That’s where I can help.
You already have beautiful visuals. You probably also know what you think you should say. But do you know the right way to say it?
You know that blogs are a brilliant way to show your expertise, or advertise your products. But you don’t know how to keep creating content – or you don’t have time.
You might be a fantastic developer who is a whizz with software, but struggles with the promotional side of your business.
Maybe your marketing is top-notch – but you need to expand your knowledge base articles for users.
Whether you’re a creative software company who wants more customers, or a tech start-up looking to reach new buyers, I can help! Check out these services.
Blogs are far from being dead – they’re still one of the best ways to get regular traffic to your site. Provide value in every post, and your blog can establish you as an authority in your industry.
I can write creative posts, relevant to your industry, that are designed to be shared, and prompt your visitors to take action.
We can also develop an editorial calendar to support your sales cycles, and turn casual visitors into prospective buyers.
Ask me about my monthly blog packages if you’re keen to start building your reputation!
Knowledge Base Content
No one really uses manuals any more. But users still want to know how to get the most out of your software.
Just look at Joseph Michael’s success with his Learn Scrivener Fast course.
So if you want to create user-friendly content, how-to articles or tutorials, get in touch.
I’ve got experience turning architectural information into understandable design guides. And I’ve taught Adobe Creative Cloud for 5 years – that’s a lot of experience writing walkthroughs!
I charge £15 per article, or I can provide bundles based on your needs.
Your website is your virtual shop window. Just like you wouldn’t leave cobwebs or shabby goods on show, your copy should sparkle and show you in your best light!
But in a world where the image is king, you might wonder if good web copy is even needed any more.
When was the last time you bought something based on the image, and ignored the text?
Exactly. I’ll work with you to ensure your website tells visitors exactly what you want them to know – and leaves them thinking well of you.
I charge £20 per web page, or I provide a bundle of three pages for £50.
Tell someone a fact, and they’ll forget it. Tell someone a story, and they’ll pass it on.
Story is the best way to connect with your audience.
- Maybe you’ve heard that email marketing is the only way to build a community.
- Perhaps you need to create an ebook as a lead magnet to help encourage subscribers to commit to your list.
- You might want feature-length articles to educate or entertain your visitors.
These features need to grip the reader – and story becomes the way to do it.
As a creative storyteller, I’m well placed to help you create long-form content that resonates.
Prices start at £45 for a 2000 word article, including shareable images, and one round of edits.
You may already have copy that contains the content you want to use. Perhaps it just doesn’t ‘sizzle’.
Maybe your work needs to be re-ordered and polished before you submit it elsewhere.
I can help. With experience in editing everything from press releases to novels, academic articles to blog posts, I edit copy as well as writing it.
I charge £15 per 1000 words.
Work with me
You’re a busy person, so it’s a super simple process.
Kick things off with an email. Let me know what kind of project you have, and we can work out what it is that you need.
Next we’ll work out a time frame, a price, and what the work will actually include. We’ll put this in a written agreement.
Last, I’ll get on with the work! We’ll keep the lines of communication open for edits, or anything that crops up during the project.
Drop me an email and we’ll get going!