Web Copywriter Based in Sydney
Is your website sending people to sleep?
Make them stop and take notice, with rich compelling copy that makes your site easy to find and a joy to use.
It's no secret that the internet is overloaded with content. The right words can be the difference between a customer scrolling past, or taking action to click, call, and converse with you.
A standard copywriter knows the words that will bring customers to your website. A UX-skilled copywriter knows how to keep them there, hook their interest, and keep them coming back.
I've helped businesses both large and small to generate more and better quality leads by refreshing outdated content, helping their website rank higher on Google, and spurring action from their potential customers.
If you'd like to see how I could do the same for your website, then drop me a note using the form below.
SEO-friendly website copy
EDM (email) campaigns
Paid ads (inlc. social media)
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Who would you be working with?
I'm a Sydney based web copywriter specialising in travel, health, fitness and wellbeing, and I have clients nationwide. I also have experience across numerous sectors including Technology, Visual-Media, and Business Services.
I spent six-years writing copy and managing the digital marketing for Australia's leading outbound B2B new business development agency, working on projects for some of the world's most recognisable brands in the technology, financial services and not-for-profit sector.
When I'm not writing I can be found hiking in the mountains, exploring Sydney Harbour on a stand-up paddle board, or following the scent of freshly baked banana bread.