Why should I hire a copywriter?
If you need to sell something, convince someone, and add more value to every sentence, then you need a copywriter.
Be honest: how many hours have you spent staring at a screen, waiting for magic words that just won't appear? That blank page isn't making you money. Hiring a copywriter means you can use that time doing something more productive, and the words still get written for maximum effect.
So why should I hire you, Kady?
Most clients I've worked with come back for more. They do that because I have a tendency to nail the first draft, and to pick up the typos somebody else missed. They do it because I'm ruthlessly efficient with both words and time, and because I work hard to be waffle-y versatile. (I also write puns.) The sense of humour doesn't hurt, either.
Have a look through my work to see how I've helped other clients.
How much do you charge?
Ah, now this is the one question you came here for. I don't publish my pricing online, please get in touch. Depending on what you need, I charge on either a project rate or a day rate. You get what you pay for, and that's far more than just my words. I write copy that gets more views, more clicks, more shares, and more sales.
Are you that type of copywriter who's precious to the point of driving everyone else mad?
If you feel like a word or phrase isn't right, I'll happily suggest an alternative or two. If you want me to put an apostrophe in where one isn't needed, I'll fight back on it until my last breath.
What's your favourite word?
Queue. The only word in the English language with four consecutive silent vowels. Isn't it beautiful? It's also an appropriate choice for a Brit. My favourite word in Japanese is 自動販売機 (jidouhanbaiki), which means 'vending machine'.
Can we meet?
Absolutely, as long as we're within reasonable distance of each other. Let's start with email and work out a good time to chat. We can arrange to talk over the phone, set up a Skype call, or meet for coffee - mine's a caramel latte.
Where are you based?
For the forseeable future, I'm in Japan. When I'm in the UK, I can usually be found in either London or Northamptonshire. Drop me a line to see where I'm furiously typing from today.
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