My clients typically gush:
“Gina provides extra value through expert advice.”
“… responsive, personalised and a really good writer.”
“She quickly grasps the brief then delivers top quality work.”
“… requires minimal input from us to produce the results we’re after.”
“… only needs to be briefed once to produce first class work.”
“We seldom have to amend or revise her copy.”
“… quick off the mark in understanding our industry and jargon.”
“Bet she’s expensive.”
When you pay peanuts, you get monkeys. Cheap services deliver false economy. Pay the wordmistress, get experience, expertise and solid copywriting. Fair enough?
Read about my fees.
Mutual professional respect is a beautiful thing
I’ve been a professional copywriter for years! One of the main things I’ve learned is to never expect a client to fill out one of those long-winded briefing questionnaires. (As if you’ve got the time or the inclination.) Instead, we talk, I speed-type tons of notes and then I get on with it. My favourite type of client is one who trusts me to know what I’m doing and values the experience I bring.