Professional writing services

Content writer

Clear, concise, sharp content writing for your website, blog, EDMs, and social media posts. Well chosen words elicit a response from their reader.

Delivered on time

We agree on a delivery date/time – researched feature articles, web copy, brochures, profiles and more on or before deadline.

Website copy

Website content that works. for you. 30+ years experience in sales applied to your website copy.

ABOUT PRICING

Writing Services are quoted individually for each contract and are most often time-based, however it is also common to make arrangements for a set price, particularly for difficult to estimate time frames such as for ghostwriting.

If you are interested in using a service, it only takes an email or a phone call to discuss the work with me and negotiate a price which works for us both.

Why pay for a good writer?

When it matters, use a professional writer. They know how to get at the heart of your ideas and present them in ways that attract attention and win business.

Writing is a skill. It’s a learned craft which is improved by years of experience. Highly talented writers produce great works of literary art but even the most talented of them have usually studied the craft.

Inexperienced writers save money at their own expense – something they cannot recognise until the effects of their writing have been seen.

Professionally written well-ordered and properly proofed copywriting, website copy, features, brochures, profiles and other writing stand out. Poor spelling, syntax, and grammar often undermine a reader’s interest before they’ve read the entire document. It suggests carelessness and colours the readers prospective interest in utilising your service.

A good writer will immediately engage and then retain the reader’s interest for the duration of the document, be it a letter or a book.

Keeping a reader’s attention starts with a well-crafted opening which engages their curiosity. Once they’re curious, bump-free reading holds them. Refining the sequence of ideas, and transitions between ideas, to create a logical flow is an essential part of good writing. The reader should not be interrupted by a bumpy comma or a misspelled word. Each little bump distracts attention and increases the risk of losing the reader before your message is complete.

A good writer constantly refers back to the purpose of the writing so that anything irrelevant to that purpose is simply cut out, leaving the document clear to the eye and accessible to the reader’s inner ear.

Paying for quality writing is not an issue of cost, but one of valuable benefit to the purchaser.