We are all operating in a busy, competitive marketplace. Google processes over 40,000 searches every second. Audiences constantly bombarded with information both online and in the real world. First impressions count, how do you want people to feel when they come into contact with your organisation?
Branding is about more than a logo, colourways and headshot. Your tone of voice, choice of language and writing style all impact your brand. A clear, confident brand voice is crucial if you want to stand out amongst the chatter and leave a memorable impression on your audience.
A copywriter has the expertise to help you find your brand voice and craft a consistent message across all platforms. From a networking elevator pitch to the copy on your website - show people how you can help them, what you stand for and how you fit into their world view.
The right brand voice feels authentic and speaks to your audience. It inspires loyalty, sets you apart from the competition and motivates people to take action.
How I Work - Each copywriting project begins with a clarity session where we identify the needs of your ideal client, as well as the values and personality of the key people working in your business. Small group profiling sessions can be booked to help you and your marketing team, with in-house training options also available.
Who I Work With - From freelancers to public sector organisations, I deliver one to one advice and training in a variety of formats. Crucially, I work with people who can see the power of carefully considered words, seek an authentic tone of voice and care about standing out from the competition.
Tell Me Your Story
We are all unique, with a variety of needs, priorities and objectives. Together we will tell an authentic narrative that drives momentum and creates change.
I need to understand your business. You need confidence in my ability to meet your needs. Join me for a chat over a cuppa so that we can both decide if we can work together.
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"Find your voice and inspire others to find theirs." Stephen Covey