FAQs

I frequently write for small business owners, agencies, and blog/magazine editors in the web design, marketing, and business management spaces. 

In addition, I’ve written for the following niches and people in the past: 

  • Restaurateurs
  • Consultants
  • High-profile entrepreneurs
  • Health and wellness providers
  • SaaS companies
  • WordPress plugin/theme companies

It never hurts to inquire even if you don’t fit within any of these categories.

That said, I will never take on work in the medical field or in other highly technical and specialized areas (like construction, AI, supply chain management, etc.). If I don’t have hands-on experience or extensive writing experience in your field, I should not be the person writing on behalf of your business.

It depends on what you need. Copywriting for a small website and writing monster-sized articles for a high-authority website are two very different things. 

That said, I do try to keep my fees reasonable and I offer discounts to clients who commit to 6-month contracts or longer.

My copywriting and content services page contains estimates, if you’re curious to see where pricing starts. Or you can fill out this questionnaire and receive a custom quote.

Short answer: Yes. 

Long answer: Yes, but my SEO services are very expensive. 

I know there are a lot of misconceptions out there about what SEO is. While I do light SEO on every piece of content I write for clients, my full SEO strategy covers it from all angles: on-page, technical, and off-site. 

If you’re interested in my SEO services, you can request an SEO audit.

I try to keep things as simple and hands-off as possible for my clients, but it all depends on what you need from me. 

What I will say is this: 

I provide a full service. So, if you hire me for content writing, you can expect me to do things like topic generation, outlining, and QA in addition to producing content for you. 

If you’d like to learn more about my services, fill out my contact form.

I get asked this all the time and my answer is always the same: 

I write recommendations based on tools and companies I know and trust. I don’t plant sponsored (or “partner”) links in my content. Not only is it unethical, but it’s in direct violation of the contracts I have with my clients. 

That said, I understand the importance of backlink building to establish authority when a business is new. If you want to learn how to generate backlinks the right way, read this

Before I started my business, I helped a number of organizations dig themselves out of crises. The secret to my success? Lots of process development and documentation.​

So, the resources you see in the Shop are either fully editable templates or easy-to-follow guides that I’ve created to manage my own business as well as to help former clients with theirs. 

Yes, I am happy to take requests!

I’m always working on expanding my inventory of templates, ebooks, and other resources in the Shop.

However, if you think there’s a better way to accomplish something in your business and I don’t have a solution for it there, send me a request via the contact form. Let me know what the problem is and how you envision the problem being solved. I can probably create something for it!