Good B2B content writers are hard to find.
My clients tell me this all the time. They’ve been let down, and left out to dry, by freelance B2B content writers. The stories I hear defy belief.
Maybe you’ve experienced some of these yourself:
Little effort to understand your objectives, needs, and challenges
Sloppy, generic, or incoherent writing
Content that’s completely off the mark
Disregard for deadlines
Thin skin (can’t take criticism)
Slow response to inquiries, changes, and requests
If you’ve ever had to rewrite lousy work or reassign projects at the last minute, you know how painful it is. Not to mention costly! You and your brand deserve better.
For me, writing is serious business.
I began my B2B writing career in 2001, writing native advertising for leading companies such as UBS, Verizon, Wells Fargo, E.W. Scripps, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Kuper Sotheby’s, Fifth Third Bank, Pioneer Investments, and Nationwide.
Over the years, my writing has appeared in corporate blogs, white papers, websites, and other content assets, along with leading publications such as Forbes, U.S. News & World Report, Newsweek, Inc., Bloomberg Markets, and the New York Times and Los Angeles Times Sunday magazines.
In 2013, I completed my Master of Arts in Professional Writing. In 2014, I earned my Copyblogger Content Marketer certification. Today, I write brand-awareness content for corporate and agency marketers across the B2B spectrum.
Here’s what I bring to the table.
Skills and Strengths
What it means for you
|Proven track record: 16 years of independent client service.||The assurance of a superior, hassle-free engagement and outstanding quality.|
|Expertise as a writer, editor, and document designer.||Three creatives in one. And no embarrassing errors. Ever.|
|Devoted partner.||No bottlenecks, broken promises, or heartburn.|
|Responsive, tech-savvy professional.||Easy access, prompt replies, quick turnaround.|
|Seasoned interviewer/collaborator.||I work easily with C-suite executives, subject-matter experts, business owners, creatives, project managers, and other key players.|