Creating high quality content designed to ensure your products or services are viewed as relevant and interesting
What I do...
Imagination. Everybody has one. I use mine to write compelling content for social media and native ad campaigns. I specialise in producing human interest stories that designed to stimulate the buying impulse. If you have a product or service that you would like to sell more of then I would love to chat with you about the possibilities.
No matter what product or service you supply, consumers always have options. In order to differentiate your company’s product from your competitors, it pays to get feedback. I engage with existing and prospective customers to help you get a handle on why they might choose your company over another.
Standing in front of a room full of strangers and delivering a speech is a scary prospect. No need to panic though. Let me provide you with a well written topical and relevant piece of prose that will wow your audience. I may even throw the odd joke in there too, to make people love you more.
When a consumer indicates a genuine interest in a company’s product or service, that is a quality lead. My business model revolves around generating a ‘buzz’ for your goods or services. I create scenarios where people that fall within your target market become motivated to put your company first.
Does your company have a story to tell? I love a good story! Never happier than telling anybody who will listen, about my clients. Making you look good and building your brand is what I am about.
Put a group of business people all together in a room and what do you have? Well, coffee generally, and sandwiches. You will also find interesting conversation, great contacts, new partnerships and lots and lots of ideas. I love hosting business networking events and are always happy to help you organise your own event or business meeting. I can source venues, negotiate prices, arrange audio/visual equipment or even book guest speakers if required.
Who I do it for...
How I do it…
Most people secretly would love the opportunity to be able to sit quietly in a coffee shop with a laptop for 6 months and come up with ‘The Lord of the Rings’ or ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’. Few though, with the exception of JK Rowling, ever manage to achieve this. But why? Is it lack of time, lack of resources or lack of talent that holds people back? Actually, the answer is much simpler than that.