Whatever words your business needs, I can probably write them. Digital or print, direct marketing or branding, one-off projects or long-term collaborations: I’m here for it all.
Spanish to English translation
Silly things like typos and poor grammar can drive away potential customers. I'll take your poorly-written, error-ridden copy and elevate it to the level of care and professionalism you want the world to associate with your business.
Working with me is as easy as
The story of hiring me as your copywriter usually goes something like this:
You decide I’ve caught your eye and that you’d like to explore the idea of working together, so you get in touch to tell me a bit about yourself and what you’d like my help with.
From there, we set up a free consultation to see if we’re a good fit. You’ll give me an overview of your business, your goals, your audience, and the project itself, and I’ll tell you how I think I can help. We’ll also talk pricing and timelines.
After our meeting I’ll send you a final proposal and quote, and if you decide you’d like to move forward, we’ll make it official. I’ll send over a short contract with my business terms (all very straightforward, I promise), we’ll both sign on the dotted line, and you’ll send me a deposit to get things locked in.
For copywriting, I charge fixed project fees. That means that as long as the scope of the project doesn’t change after I’ve started work, the amount I quote is the amount you pay.
Brief + Research
I need to make sure I understand your business and the project inside and out, so we’ll kick things off with another meeting and/or an emailed questionnaire. I’ll get as much information from you up front as I possibly can.
Then I’ll go away and do some research of my own to figure out how to make you stand out. I’ll dig into your industry and your competitors, and work out what makes your target audience tick.
Words, words, words
Once I’m confident I’ve got a solid handle on everything, I'll start drafting. I’ll check in with you at least once during this process to ask any follow-up questions and make sure I’m on the right track. This means that by the time I’m ready to bring you a complete draft, I’m fairly confident I’ve hit your brief. But if you do need any final tweaks, I’ll go back and rework things until you’re 110% satisfied.
Happily ever after
After you’ve given me the stamp of approval, I’ll send you a final invoice for any outstanding balance and request payment within 14 days. The copy is now yours to put to work wherever it’s needed.
And that’s it! Until next time, that is… Because if I’ve done my job, you’ll be eager to work with me again soon. 🙂