copywriting in Google Docs

Write for the people who read it

I've always been a natural storyteller. Being able to wordsmith those stories? That's a skill I've worked hard at.

I've spent the last 7 years in a marketing capacity — helping companies clarify what it is they do and how they provide value. And then, I've helped them tell that story in a way that's impactful to their target audience. That's both heading-driven core content, snippet-based social media and long-form work from quick-and-dirty blog posts to 40-page, deep-dive white papers.

Here's the thing: I wouldn't position myself as a copywriter first. It's just such a natural and required inclusion to the broader content marketing ecosystem in which I position myself as an expert, that not being able to write would simply be a non-starter.

I like to think of my natural voice as blue-collar conversational. That means my next F-bomb won't be the first one I've edited out and it likely won't be the last. If you're more traditional, however, fear not —-I've developed a purpose-built flexibility in tone, style and voice that allows me to jump between industries and style guides as needed. Just know that asking me about the finer details that separate the AP from the Chicago Manual isn't going to end well.

That means my next F-bomb won't be the first one I've edited out and it likely won't be the last.

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Updated September 4th, 2018

Here's a look at a two different long-form pieces.

I'll be adding a number of additional long and short-form pieces over the coming weeks. Need a few more examples sooner? Reach out, let me know what type of content you're looking for and I'd be happy to send you links to additional examples.