If we were meeting in your office or mine, you would likely have questions for me. Below are what some of those questions might be:
Whom do you write for?
I have worked for private individuals who have books as well as shorter pieces like essays and special reports. B2B clients have been in maritime services and industrial products. My focus has shifted to an emphasis on helping individuals, solo professionals, and small businesses.
What are your qualifications and what kind of experience do you have?
As a freelance writer, I’ve written for both for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Initially my copywriting expertise was gained as writer/editor for a Seattle public relations and advertising firm. Even after I became vice president of the firm, I retained my focus on the writing and editing services. When that firm opted to close its doors, I moved into a contractual relationship with the lead client to continue to handle its writing needs for company magazines, newsletters, annual reports, press releases, advertising, project reports, brochures, speeches, and even the company history book. I am experienced in writing, editing, and proofreading, and have worked closely with graphic designers.
Do you have up-to-date training in meeting the copywriting needs of businesses today?
My copywriting skills are kept current through engagement with American Writers & Artists, Inc., the industry leader in copywriter training. I am an AWAI Circle of Success member.
Do you have samples you could show me?
Yes. Samples of my work are available upon request. You could also take a look at my blog.
How can I get in touch with you?
Use the Contact page in this website or email me directly at email@example.com with an initial description of your project. I am excited to hear from you!