Does your website leave your customers weak in the knees, kind of like the seductive, slightly sweaty after-glow of a really hot kiss?

No?

That will never do.
Because whether it’s wine, wooing, or your web copy…

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NEVER settle for good enough.

 

Because making your mark, carving your niche…
All starts with your web copy.
And for your business?

It’s the witching hour.
So let’s make some magic that will make the competition all but disappear.

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COPYWRITING – THE PROCESS:

Drop me an email and let me know what you’re looking for.  I will send you my new client questionnaire to get to know you and your business better, and then we’ll hop on a call so you can communication all the important and subtle nuances that makes your business uniquely yours.    

  1. I will spend 1 week crafting the most captivating copy possible.  If necessary, I will email or call you for any clarifications.  This includes studying any materials provided by you, as well as your current website (if you have one).  I will also research similar businesses out there to get a feel for the “competition”.  Then the fun part — brainstorming and letting the creative juices flow.

  2. I will send you the first draft for your inspection – where you will either shriek “it’s perfect!” or the more likely reaction – “Let’s make a few tweaks”, which I’m completely happy to do. 

  3. Revisions will be done according to your feedback and a sparkling final draft will arrive in your inbox.

  4. Any small kinks can be ironed out, so you’re completely happy (maybe even ecstatic!) with the final product.  

WHAT I WILL NOT DO:

  • Fall off the map and not stay in contact – ongoing communication is crucial to delivering a final draft that you are so in love with, you just might buy it flowers. 
  • Listen to your feedback and then do something completely different.  In the end, I want you to be completely happy with your copy.  However, if I think something won’t work, I will be honest and communicate that to you and let you decide. 
  • Ignore deadlines.  Unless there has been some change to the scope of the project that will dramatically alter its trajectory, you will get your final draft on time. 
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