Meet a few of
my charming clients
The Herpreneur Minimind
Client Challenge: Tirzah Cave is a business and marketing coach for female entrepreneurs. She was launching a three month mastermind and needed a sales page that spoke to her ideal audience and converted readers into eager applicants.
My Solution: I wrote a comprehensive sales page with an upbeat, feminine, and bubbly tone to match Tirzah. She booked four spots within two weeks and was able to repurpose much of language for Instagram and Facebook.
The Business Building Course
Client Challenge: Catie DiMaggio is an aesthetician and educator. She needed a sales page for her four week live course to help new and aspiring aestheticians start and grow their own businesses.
My Solution: I wrote a compelling sales page with a witty, sassy tone to reflect Catie's personality. Firmly rooted in sales psychology, it guides the reader from browser to buyer.
Dallas Girl Gang
Client Challenge: Dallas Girl Gang is a community of women who support each other in life and business online and in person. They needed fresh copy for their website redesign.
My Solution: I wrote playful, approachable copy that reflects their inclusive attitude and mission to support all women.
Client Challenge: Tirzah Cave is a business and marketing coach for female entrepreneurs. She created a sales script lead magnet and needed an opt-in page to collect email addresses for her email list.
My Solution: I wrote a clear, concise opt-in page that demonstrates the value of the free script and compels the reader to download it and actually use it in their business. This page has added hundreds of subscribers to Tirzah's list.
Gigi Diaz (in partnership with Copy by Kaili)
Email Welcome Sequence
Client Challenge: Gigi Diaz is a mindset and business coach for female entrepreneurs. She created a Life Assessment workbook lead magnet, and needed a way to funnel leads who downloaded it into a sales sequence for her upcoming course launch.
My Solution: I wrote a five part welcome sequence that introduced Gigi, offered value, told the reader what to expect, and promoted her course launch.