"Every story you tell is a demonstration of who you are." - Annette Simons
Who are you? Who is your company and what do you believe in? How do you communicate that? I can help.
Is your copy lame?
When visitors see your site do they cross the street and pretend you were never intimate?
Are you speaking to your key audiences in their language or yours?
Maybe you’re too close to your writing to determine whether it’s in the right tone or not.
Maybe you love the word innovate or ultimate so you put that sucker everywhere.
It stinks being misunderstood and not representing your brand in the best light.
Sometimes, writing about yourself feels gross and while that’s a healthy sign that you’re not a monster it can make communicating how great your business is quite the challenge.
People can’t guess why your services and products make their lives better.
Depending on where they’re at in their journey they might not even know they have a problem for you to solve or that you’re the best solution.
As head content strategist and conversion copywriter at WordPlenty, I help you toot your own horn. I hone in on key messaging and clear value props. Making it easy for people to understand exactly what you’re all about and why that directly benefits them.
With methods rooted in persuasive psychology, data-backed research and strategy we speak directly to your ideal customers with high-converting copy turning them into believers and making you money bags.
All of a sudden people understand and like what you do and they pay for that value.
No more mediocre slogans or dry excuses for content that doesn’t truly represent how brilliant you are.
We put up copy across your communication channels helping to better sell your products and services - getting the actions on page that convert people to yes!
In an endless study of the power of storytelling, I’ve learned from masters like Robert McKee about proper story structure, the hero’s journey, and how to hook your reader from beginning to end.
I believe storytelling lives in the most ancient parts of our brains and still marvel at the ideas and emotions that fire when readers connect to a message. I’d be honored to help you share yours.
WordPlenty - plenty of words for that...