Copywriting

Writing copy is my least favorite thing to do.

So I charge the most for it.

Sure you don’t want a blog post instead? Or some editing? No? Okay.

Let’s talk about copy.

Copy is important if you want people to pay attention. And copy is important if you want people to do something.

Sounds simple.

Is difficult.

That’s why I like it least. You have to think a lot about what you’re saying, and how you’re saying it, and who you’re saying it to. You have to research the industry. Research the market. Research the hell out of the competition. You have to weigh every word. You have to think of the connotations. The emotions. The flow. The associations. The overall message. The impact of every single syllable.

It’s exhausting.

You do that for hours and end up with a measly paragraph or two of copy. So much time for so little visible production. It’s kind of depressing.

But! It’s important. People need other people to pay attention and do things. So, people need copy.

I charge an outrageous amount for writing copy. I’m not even going to put it on here.

Get in touch, I guess, if you want me to write copy for you.

OR HOW ABOUT A BLOG POST INSTEAD?

No. You’re stuck on this copy thing, aren’t you? Fine. Okay. Let’s talk.