So WHY aren’t you waking up with sales notifications in your inbox?
You are too close to your business to see the gaps your customer needs filled before paying you
Your website copy isn’t data driven. You based the “order of words” off a template you bought or a few writing prompts.
It’s straight up boring, sounds like everyone else, and nobody’s reading it.
Did you write the copy yourself? If all your website is bringing in are compliments, chances are it’s for one of these three reasons:
✓ Once your ideal customers find you, they tend to stop looking (and don’t compare you to your competitors).
✓ You can say goodbye to price shoppers because nobody is questioning your value. Red flag leads? They see themselves out (attract/repel content is not a myth!)
✓ You stop being afraid to raise your prices (or display them proudly on your website) because baby, you’re worth it.
Not only have I been hired, I’ve purchased products (digital and physical!) and I’ve hired service providers from my own business. I would NEVER ask you to make an investment in your business that I haven’t made personally (ie. maybe I won’t outsource copywriting but things like design? Take my credit card).
Will it sound like me?
Will it feel authentic?
Will I actually get my money’s worth?
After all, anyone can write words. But not anyone can sell using them.
(you can relax now - you’re in the right place)
Despite what you’ve seen online, you don’t need to promise people six figures in order to sell your offer. I take a deep dive into the data to find YOUR business' unique selling proposition: what you sell, who you are, who you want to serve, the work you want to do, and what your customers are actually asking for.
Here's the million dollar secret: It's not really *your* words I'm interested in. I become even more familiar with the words your ideal customers are using - with your competitors, in your testimonials, in online chat forums. I become a little customer obsessed (both with you and your customers) so I know exactly what they need to know about you in order to hit the submit button.
Now that we have your message + a way that your customer wants to hear it, we are READY to write for conversion. I turn all of the parts of your personality that your best friends just love about you into words that sell your offer like hot cakes.
Here’s where I am supposed to tell you that your website copy pays for itself, so don’t worry too much about how much you are actually going to put on your shiny new credit card.
I live in the real world though, so I’m going to give it to you simply. Each job is subject to quote but for most businesses who want a complete copy overhaul (brand new website copy), the average investment is $800USD for a home page, about page, services page, and contact page.
Let’s finally get you an ROI on that website of yours (one you’d be proud to bring home to mom and dad)
I love a woman in business who takes investments seriously. Here are a few frequently asked questions when it comes to website copy, but don’t hesitate to reach out and tell me what’s on your mind.
I do one time projects happily. Because your audience doesn’t typically only visit ONE page of your website, you’ll see better results if all of the copy flows together. You’re the CEO - so I’ll leave what you need up to you!
NOOO. I have a special place in my heart for product based businesses because we can see a real life #’s ROI (my inner data junkie goes wild). Plus - it’s a lot of fun giving personality to inanimate objects. Nobody needs another soy candle but a sassy candle? ADD TO CART.
I’m currently booking projects for April & May 2021 so reach out soon if you want to get started! Once we start, the entire process takes between 3-6 weeks. The first step is contacting me so we can talk about your vision. From there, I can provide you with what I’m going to need from you and we can create the timeline together.
Email is always an option but most of my customers don’t have the time or energy to write (it’s actually why they hire me). Because I know that most of us don’t want a million pre-scheduled calls during our day, when we work together we will likely spend most of the time communicating via Voxer (a voice messaging app that is worth downloading).