Give yourself a competitive edge with expert copywriting
With everything on your plate, the last thing you need to worry about is the quality of your team’s copywriting. As a professional copywriter, I craft compelling messages that get results.
I began writing professionally in 1984 after graduating from the Missouri School of Journalism. We didn’t have computers so we called people when we wanted to know something. Go figure.
Today, I help people find information on the internet through blog posts, website copy, and videos. I still believe in publications and love sinking my teeth into a good book editing project.
My expertise ranges from donor relations to law
While I can get my head around almost any topic, I am particularly passionate about philanthropy. I have seen the power of donor recognition via the news media and institutional media. Donors do give more when they are thanked properly.
With 12 years of experience writing for colleges and universities, I’m a great choice for freelance writing for any education audience. I also have a good handle on legal writing after serving as director of communications for the Missouri Attorney General.
See samples of my work below. More samples will be here soon!
Donor relations and development communications samples
Blogging pays off. I make it a breeze.
Leaders rely on me for blogging that gets results. Why blog? Prospective customers are more likely to find you when they search on Google or Bing when you’re blogging. You also will become more recognized in your field when you are blogging, and you build brand loyalty among your current customers. Read more about why to blog on Beth’s Blog.
The process for blogging with help goes like this:
- We work together to choose a topic. I will have ideas if you don’t have any.
- You give me information about the topic that you have on hand.
- I research the topic online and do keyword research to see which will get you the most views.
- I write a post of 900 to 1,100 words using the keywords identified and add internal and external links, per blogging best practices.
- You review the post, then I make any changes you request.
- Your team posts the content on your website or I will post it if you give me access to your website.