Ready to take your content to the next level?
I’ve been writing digital content for over a decade and have worked with a vast range of clients creating blog posts, website content, ebooks, blogs and articles. Some clients approach me with a template and a concise vision, others just have a general idea. I work well with both, bridging the technical gap from business to business.
How It Works
It starts with a discovery call to help me understand your brief. If you feel like we’re a fit, I’ll email you a proposal. Once you’ve given the thumbs up, I get to take the process a little deeper and create written excellence that honours your vision. If you’re already certain that you want to team up, then we can skip to the next step.
Research & Content Strategy
Launch, Measure, Refine, Repeat
This is a discussion phase generally carried out over a conference call and includes a discussion on the brief and end goals you’d like to see. From here, I carry out research into your brand, target market, and ideal keywords to ensure your content is optimised and ready to be found.
Research & Strategy
Research is conducted that considers the full impact of the brief, how to achieve it, and in which manner. This phase is a detailed consideration of all elements included in the initial discussion and is where the plan for your ideal content is formulated.
Creation of content falls into this step. It revolves around the building of detailed content that communicates your B2B brief effectively. This is where you’re guaranteed that the content you want is exactly what you were after, and more.
Launch, Measure, Repeat
Put that content out there and wait for the results. This is the part where the success of your content is analysed and measured to ensure the right results are being attained.
Over the last ten years, I have worked with a number of remarkable clients.
The initial content I create has two edit opportunities to follow, which means you get to be certain the content is what you want.
Cups of coffee
Many coffee beans have been harmed in the writing process since 2010.