If you're on this page, you're probably deciding if I'm someone you want to work with. Okey doke, let me try to help answer that for you.
After three decades, I still love writing copy. I finding ways to solve marketing problems. And I love putting that solution into words. But it's not just the creative challenge.
It's also the satisfaction of leveling the playing field for small businesses. Ultimately, I gain tremendous satisfaction in helping small businesses become bigger ones.
Back in the day, my salary and two solid freelance clients easily cleared six figures. But, writing is about more than money. I want to feel good about the clients I serve and the work I produce.
So a few years ago, I chucked everything and moved to Edgewater, Florida. It's a small town with nothing going on, but the low cost of living offers economic freedom and the slow pace gives me time to think.
In theory, going freelance full-time meant I could pick and choose my projects. But Miami is mucho
expensive. Too often, I wound up working for nightmare clients
just to stay afloat.
Here's the truth: no one can promise specific marketing results. No one. There are just too many variables.When a writer says, "My blog post increased traffic by 400%," you have no way of knowing exactly what that means. Testimonials are worthless because most clients don't know how to evaluate copywriting. Sorry but true.
So, while I can't promise specific results, I can promise I will refund your money if I fail you. Just tell me where you feel I went wrong.