Does this sound familiar? You know what you need to be doing – blogging, writing articles for other websites, copywriting for your own campaigns, social media marketing, etc. – but the idea of doing so makes you want to claw your hair out. You’ll do a million other things before facing that blank screen.
That’s where we come in.
Our zone of genius (and what started Savvy Copywriters) is wordsmithing. It’s crafting compelling copy, pulling out stories that get read and shared, and putting your thoughts on screen. The goal? To breathe new life into your business by sending you more customers with a powerful, poignant, and on-point message.
“If you want exceptional content—and would like your experience to be a pleasant one—Kimberly is the right person for the job. I had the pleasure of working with Kimberly for about 4 years; throughout that time, she proved to be a tremendous asset to our content team. She is extremely self-sufficient and does not require a great deal of supervision or direction. She asks for clarification when needed, but takes initiative to figure things out on her own. When managing any team or project, this skill cannot be overlooked. She is also more dependable than anyone I’ve ever worked with. When she agrees to a deadline, she will meet it. I never once had to wonder whether the copy she agreed to write would be in on time. I knew I could always depend on her to not only meet deadlines but to also provide insightful, organized, original content. Her upbeat personality and willingness to go the extra mile (and sometimes more!) further enhance her impressive skill set. She is truly an asset to any team.” – Hannah McNaughton
Put Us On Standby and Get Strategically Written Content of Your Choice
Even if your business is boring (and you’re using that as an excuse to not start a content marketing initiative), we will be your guide to find insightful topics people want to hear from you, while simultaneously making you sound uniquely fascinating. Pretty irresistible, right?
Here’s What We Will Create For You
- Blog posts
- Ghostwritten articles
- Copywriting for webpages*
- Case studies*
- Flyer or brochure copy
- Press releases
- You name it!