You deserve happy customers queueing round the block. It’s just – when you go to pour your business’s heart out, it’s kinda hard to stop yourself from doing that voice. You know the one I mean, don’t you?
The one that makes you use buzzwords you’d never say out loud, craft meandering emails that customers immediately unsub to.
The one that customers cringe at.
It’s a turn off (sorry).
At best, bad content is cringe. At BEST! And I’m a friend saying that! (Are we friends yet? It feels like we are).
At worst, customers won’t find you. On the off-chance they do, they’ll roll their eyes all the way to your competitor. Big yikes.
What’s bad content, though?
Talking AT the reader instead of having a conversation with them. Rambling sentences. Overusing words you’d never say in real life. Content devoid of any personality. Vague buzzwords instead of plain English explaining what you offer and why.
I know what you’re thinking…
It takes a helluva lot of time to plan, create, and deliver the right kinds of content to the people who want it.
First, you have to get your business in front of the right audience. Then entice them in to see if they’re a good fit.
But then there’s keeping your audience involved, appreciated, and interested so they have a reason to stick around for the long haul.
This means finding the expertise, time, and effort to create landing page copy, explainer video scripts, lead magnets, blog posts, course materials, worksheets, social media graphics, articles, emails…
That’s a lot for a busy business owner to take on.
Fortunately, I’m here to help you.
When you work with me, you get:
- An expert who’s worked hands-on with online businesses and membership sites for nearly a decade
- A proofreader, editor, researcher, writer, and community manager all rolled into one
- A savvy business owner who gets a kick out of meeting expectations and isn’t afraid to ask questions
When I’m not working on levelling up your business, I’m usually reading fantasy or crime thriller fiction, crocheting, jamming to synthwave, heavy metal, or post-hardcore music, video gaming (at home or away at an event somewhere), or hanging out with my pup, kitty, or husband (not necessarily in that order, I swear).