Quality copy starts with a strong brief. And, in my experience, agencies are super good at explaining what they want.
Which is why I love writing for website design agencies, marketing agencies, and just about any digital creative agencies.
I love that my copy is one small part of an overall campaign, and I get to be part of a team for short time.
Being part of a team means communication is super important. So, I make sure deadlines are met, emails are responded to, revisions are included, and invoices are sent quickly.
It’s my job to make your job easier, after all.
This is partly why writing for agencies is so good- I get to writing about different topics, for interesting clients, in a range of different formats. What’s more exciting!?
Want an SEO blog about the manufacture of sensors on elecric cars? Sure! Want website copy on ethical pet care? Easy! Want brand messaging and tone of voice for a luxury vegan- friendly paint? Dreamy!
Everything from thought- leadership, to eBooks, scripts, and reports- I love writing in different formats for different audiences.
It all starts with me, you, and a super quick Zoom call, so we can chat about what you’re looking for.
I get that if you need a copywriter, it’s usually fast. Covering holidays, or sickness, or even short- term leave is a hassle to sort out. So, you need me to jump in, get shiz done, and make your life a little easier.
I can do this because I manage my schedule with longer deadlines for non- urgent projects, super clear feedback deadlines for my clients, and I’ve got a network of super cool freelance writers I can delegate to if I’m ever in demand.
Writing for bold, creative, sustainable businesses is one of the best parts of my job. And, when they’re happy with what I’ve written for them it’s even better. Check out their kind reviews and click on their name to go see their website.
“Super flexible” BTW, because I organise my diary with generous deadlines. That means I have capacity when rush- jobs come in. Smart, right?
So, how did I get to be an awesome copywriter?
After a twisty- turny route through an English degree, travelling and teaching, I very happily landed in my dream job- copywriting.
I’m passionate about getting into the details of writing- grammar, vocabulary, tone- and I care deeply about working with good people.
I only work with businesses which make a positive difference in the world.
Maybe it’s because I’m one of those earth- loving, tree- planting, vegan- types. Or, maybe it’s because I’m always jumping on planes so I have to counterbalance that wanderlust…
Either way, I’m motivated by creative people seeking to impact people and the planet. If that’s you, then you might just be the travel cup to my oat milk latte.
I’m guessing you’re a super cool person who works in a super cool agency and every time you’re in the office, you get a great lunch.
It’s one of the best parts of living in Bristol! North Street, Stokes Croft, Finzels Reach, St Nick’s Market…
So, feel free to arrange a meeting with me IRL so I can swing by and treat myself to a great lunch near your Bristol offices.
And, if you’re not in Bristol, don’t worry, I still defiintely want to hear from you. You can tell me the best thing about your city when we chat on Zoom.
I know you’ve got a budget, and you’ve got seriously tight margins. So, I price my services as competitively as possible.
Ultimately, I love to build relationships with my agency clients. Us getting to know each other, and you knowing you have a go- to copywriter is super important.
So, my day rate is capped at £350 per day. This is a good few quid less than the national average.
I’ve carefully calculated my day rate so it’s still a fair wage. Agencies tend to want lots of writing, very quickly, accurately written, and super detailed. Not only that, but my writing is always search engine optimised.
Having said that, I still want to hear from you if your budget can’t quite stretch to £350 per day. For ongoing work, for a big project, or for an exciting campaign, I’ll absolutely try to find a fee we’re both comfortable at.
Have a good read of the FAQs below, but if you can’t find the answer to your question, I’m only an email away.
There are. I won’t write for:
Usually, yes. I manage my diary really carefully to allow space for a range of copywriting projects. As well as diary management, I also have a few trusted copywriters in my network I can delegate work to, before I sign off on the final draft. Depending on the deadline and the word count, the rush job might be subject to a rush fee of 25%.
Yes, I will. I generally do not consent to signing one for more than 12 months, however.
On a fully irregular basis, whenever I’ve got something super interesting, I’ll send it your way.