You want funny copy to make your business stand out and I want to write it for you. But how do we make this happen? Easy. Just contact me and we can talk about it.
STEP 1: Contact Me. Go on…
STEP 2: We talk about your hopes and dreams.
You tell me all about your business and what you want people to know about it.
I’ll ask you things like:
- What sort of copy do you want? A regular blog post, information on your website, ad copy, a video script?
- Who’s your perfect customer or client? Different types of humour appeals to different types of audiences. Having performed stand up comedy for over 15 years, in front of a huge range of people, I know how to tailor jokes that fit.
- How much content would you like?
- When do you need it?
- How much do you want to spend?
STEP 3: I have a think about it and give you a plan and a price.
I’ll come up with some ideas on how to say what you want in a funny, engaging way that’s easy to read, simple to understand and makes people smile.
I’ll then send you a plan and a price based on our chat and you can decide if you want to go ahead.
STEP 4: You decide to go ahead and I say, “Cool!”
We then arrange a time to have a longer chat about it.
STEP 5: We have a longer chat.
We can talk on the phone or by zoom or, if you live in Melbourne Australia, we might even be able to speak face to face like real humans use to do in the olden days.
We’ll discuss in more detail what you’d like. If you can send me any written facts and figures on the thing your selling or the service you’re offering that’d be really, really helpful.
STEP 6: I write stuff.
I write funny, engaging, easy to read copy that will make your customers love you.
STEP 7: I send you a 1st draft we make changes and I keep working on it until you’re happy.
As it says in the heading I’ll make sure it’s what you want.
STEP 8: You smile, tell me you’ll tell all your friends about how happy you were with my work, and then say you’ll be back soon.
I thank you very much for your business and it would also be good if you paid me at this point. 🙂