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Freelance content writer and copywriter for food, drink & related businesses. For smaller brands with big ideas and bigger plans.
Telling the story of your brand
Helping businesses unlock the power of their story so that good stuff happens.
Brand & Product Stories
You’ve worked damned hard to create an exciting business idea. You busted a gut to get it off the ground and keep it growing.
Don’t let all the effort go to waste by not telling the story in the way it deserves, not bland, beige blahness.
To hell with corporate niceties or management speak. People are crying out for real. Let’s give it to them.
You need standout written content that excites your customers and makes them want to do something.
Whether it’s making a sale or signing up for your newsletter, the right content for your business creates emotion AND action.
What do you want people to do today?
Blogs and newsletters
You want to make thumbs stop scrolling, and engage people's heads and hearts in what you do. Creating powerful blog posts helps you to get the story of the good stuff out there.
Is your newletter all news and no letter? I can help you make sure your email is the one people look forward to seeing arrive in their inbox every time.
Who I work with
I specialise in content for small and medium sized businesses in Food, Drink, and related businesses.
I work with smaller business owners or marketing managers to help them work out how to tell their brand story and who to.
Then I help them to tell those stories in a way that makes people want to do something: talk about it, act on it, buy it.
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