From developing your strategy to writing your content
For a lot of people, the answer is, “because everyone else is doing it.”
And there’s some truth to that. In today’s business environment, you don’t really exist if you don’t do some kind of content marketing.
But if that’s your only reason, creating a simple website isn’t all that hard. And you can publish blog posts about your latest business accomplishments, your new product line, what goes on behind the scenes in your office, etc.
But, since you’re here, you’ve probably decided you should outsource content creation. And you’re probably looking for custom content strategy and content marketing services that go beyond simple blog posts.
What I’ve found is that a lot of clients need help with both strategy and content marketing. They need help connecting their business goals to the content they publish.
That’s where I come in. I take everything I learned from decades of writing — both as an internal employee and as a freelancer — and I consult with my clients to connect their business goals to their content.
Who should hire me
Anyone who wants a content marketing partner: Someone who can help you create a strategy, who will politely push back on anything that is targeting the wrong audience or doesn’t serve your business goals, who will ask questions about things you take for granted, etc. You should hire me if you want to collaborate with a pro whose technical skills and commitment to a collaborative partnership will exceed your expectations.
Who shouldn’t hire me
If you’ve got your strategy all figured out and just want a writer who will work straight from a creative brief and give you exactly what you ask for (even if it’s not what you need), don’t hire me. There are plenty of places where you can hire writers to churn out copy — and they’ll be less expensive, too.
But if you want a partner who will work with you to determine what’s best for your business and give you everything I’ve got, go ahead and fill in the form below so we can chat about it. My southern accent may take some getting used to (and, yes, I do say “y’all”), but I promise I don’t bite!