I offer the following services to clients:
- Freelance writing
- Content marketing
- Copy editing
- Advertising on Where the Heart Is
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Writing and Content Marketing
Business and nonprofit marketing directors know that clear, engaging writing is essential to building your list, winning supporters for your cause, and converting those supporters into donors or customers.
I help nonprofits and businesses build their brands with compelling, trust-building content. I know that it can be difficult to find a writer who gets your voice right and doesn’t need a ton of editing and oversight. I’m that girl! If you would like to enhance your marketing with superior writing, email me to discuss what I can do for you. You can also check out my portfolio for examples of content I’ve produced for other clients.
Here are some examples of writing and marketing services that I can provide:
- Blog posts
- White papers
- Sales or fundraising letters
- Email campaigns
- Interviews with clients or customers
- Testimonials and narratives that you can use in your newsletters, case studies, or fundraising materials
- Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram posts that translate complex concepts into easy-to-digest content
- Maintenance of all your social media accounts with a set number of updates per week
- Management of social media inquiries and comments
Editing and critiquing services: Do you have a blog post, article, or ebook that needs a little love? I offer editing and critiquing services. You can check out my portfolio for examples of my writing. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in growing your nonprofit donor base, or increasing your business revenue, email me at email@example.com to discuss my rates.
Interested in advertising your product or service on my site?
I love to work with brands, and I am happy to review products that I know my readers would love to hear about. Where the Heart Is offers different types of advertising options. I’m selective of which products I choose to showcase on my site.
If the product is family-friendly and relevant to my community, I would be happy to check it out and provide my honest feedback via a blog post. However, I don’t work for free! If you are interested in opportunities to partner/collaborate, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will be happy to discuss my advertising rates with you and provide a media kit.
Are you a do-it-yourselfer? If you’d rather write your own blog and materials, I have a few tips for you.
You can read some of my industry how-to articles here:
Email Marketing for Nonprofits: 9 Easy Tips to Grow Your Network
Nonprofit marketing directors know that a good email list is essential to gaining and utilizing donors and supporters. But getting people to hand over their email address is only the first challenge. You also need to keep them around. And in today’s atmosphere of competing interests and overflowing inboxes, that can be tricky. So how do nonprofits get people to sign up and keep them subscribed?
Here are my nine easy tips for growing and maintaining a nonprofit email list. Read more
How to Write Like a Professional: Build a Framework for your Post
Do you want to improve your writing skills? Since I started blogging, I have talked to so many people who have told me, “I’d love to start a blog! I have so many ideas about fitness/fashion/parenting/crafting/name-your-topic, and I think I could really help people! The only problem is, I’m afraid my writing may not be good enough.” Read more
3 Quick and Easy Edits to Make Your Writing Look More Professional
Since I started blogging, so many people have told me that they’d like to start a blog, but they’re afraid that their writing skills aren’t where they should be. The good news is, writing is a skill that can be improved with practice, just like anything else.
This series, “Writerly Wednesdays,” is aimed at bloggers who want to improve their writing skills and make their posts more clear, engaging, and un-put-downable. Even if you have to break a few syntax rules every now and then. 😉 Read more
How to Use Apostrophes
Another blogger asked me about this last week, so I decided to dedicate this week’s Writerly Wednesday to apostrophes. This little piece of punctuation seems to trip a lot of writers up, so let’s look at scenarios in which you would, or would not, use an apostrophe. Read more