I am a freelance copywriter. If you have products or services that you want to sell, but you’re not sure how or what to say about them, I can help.
Photographs are important, but they don’t tell the whole story, and an excellent picture can never make up for weak copy. Words are still the most effective way to communicate and sell ideas.
If a company wants to increase sales and customer satisfaction and decrease returns, they absolutely have to have some form of short or long copy explaining features and benefits. Not only does this elevate their products to a “professional” status, but also significantly helps the customer decide if they want the product. This is even more paramount online, because the customer only has one of the five senses: sight—taste may or may not apply—to go on, to buy the product. It goes without saying that copy with glaring errors such as grammatical blunders, misspellings and incorrect punctuation can make a huge impact on your products’ credibility. When I write copy for my clients I create this “sensory atmosphere” through words—and do it in an informative, interesting way to increase sales.
I feel with my expertise that I can significantly improve the copy on your website or any other sales materials. Be it brochures, magazines, articles, pamphlets, flyers, or catalogs where you choose to sell your products, I can help.
If you would like to see some samples of previous work or would like to see some spec copy, I can send it to you. I’ve written hundreds of copy assignments and have professionals and business owners who can attest to my ability. I know that you are working to grow your business and want to keep expenses to a minimum. I feel that my fees are fair and competitive. Since I’m a freelancer, I don’t work for an ad agency and I don’t need to charge astronomical, exorbitant fees. Well-written, articulated copy is an investment in your products’ marketing, and therefore, its sales.