You’re here because you’re hurting. Welcome to the place to get help.
Does that make me sound like a therapist? I’m sooo not. That’s my wife’s job. I go by many titles: I’m a freelance writer, content marketer, SEO content writer. But mostly, I’m a storyteller.
I know there are stories that are bursting to come out of your mouth. Stories about your business or not-for-profit organization that will show prospective customers or donors why you matter.
You can’t get them out. And it hurts.
They don’t come out because you hate writing; because you don’t know how to demonstrate ROI; or, maybe because you’re too busy doing your job.
Whatever the problem that’s holding your stories back, I’m here to help fix it.
I love helping your audience understand why you do what you do, why they should trust and invest in you. I do it by borrowing the reins from you when it comes to storytelling strategy and process.
Blogs, newsletters, ebooks, press releases … all just different formats for stories about the impact you make in the lives of the people you serve every day.
I’ve done it many, many times before.
- I’ve connected businesses searching for vehicle wraps with Starocket Media by telling customer success stories in an ebook and their portfolio, while incorporating researched keywords (SEO).
- I’ve educated the customers of Clean Cut Lawn and Landscape about lawn care using elements of story in business blog posts and emails.
- I’ve demonstrated the value of donating to Bethany Christian Services by telling adoption stories told to me in dozens of interviews.
Those are just a few examples of how I’ve helped businesses and organizations tell their stories.
I know I can do the same for you, because everyone has a story to tell.
I’d like to send you ideas once a month (or less) for how to grow as a digital storyteller – how to connect with an audience, build relationships and inspire action. How to win with content marketing.
Will you join my email list so we can stay in touch?
(I might just have a nice surprise for you if you do!)
Thanks for visiting.
Now go take a break. You work too hard.