Web. Social. Email.

It can take hours to write content. You probably don’t have that kind of time…but I do.

You know what really sucks?

Getting to the end of your day before you get to the end of your work. But in a busy marketing department, it happens all the time.

What’s even worse is having an amazing content marketing strategy and no one available to give it the attention it deserves.

Or having a hundred ideas for clever and profitable marketing campaigns that you can’t put into action because you’re chained to your computer writing blogs, social posts, and emails.

Things marketing departments have time for:

If you have SO much to do that you feel completely overwhelmed and don’t know where to start, or if you used to do it all yourself and now you just don’t have time anymore…

I’m here to help you get it all done.

What Others are Saying…

“Dianne is a superb copywriter with excellent research skills. She created engaging content for my brand.”

Emely Rofia R.

“Dianne is incredible at storytelling and conveying the essence of what you do in her writing. Really looking forward to working with her again.”

Kaitlyn C.

Frequently Asked Questions

Maybe you’ve worked with a writer before, maybe you haven’t. Either way, it’s always good to ask questions. Here are a few of the most common ones I get. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, just send me a message.

What services do you offer?

I’m a writer above all else. I specialize in writing web content (including blogs), social posts, and email content. I’ve written ebooks and sales copy, too. I’m also an experienced copyeditor and a pretty darn good proofreader.

Who owns the rights to the work you do?

You do. Once you’ve paid for the project in full, it’s 100% yours. All I ask is that you give me permission to use one or two projects in my portfolio (if you’re okay with it). I’d also love it if you’d share analytics on the content that I write and provide a testimonial.

Do you charge by the word or the hour?

Neither. Sometimes I can churn out a blog post in an hour or two. Sometimes it takes longer for the words to start flowing. Creativity can be fickle. If it takes longer than I expected to get the wording just right and I’m charging you by the hour, you’ll end up paying more.

Charging by the word doesn’t seem quite right, either. What’s the ROI on a single word? It’s how you combine words and shape them into something meaningful that makes a piece of content valuable.

Sometimes you can achieve the best results in fewer words, and sometimes it takes more. I’d rather focus on writing content that makes an impact than just giving you exactly 1,500 words.

How long will it take you to write my content?

That depends. First, I need to know the size and complexity of your project. Will you be providing information or will I need to do my own research? If you’ll be providing me with information, the amount of time it takes for you to get it to me will affect the timeline. I also need to consider my workload so that I’m not over-extending myself and over-promising to you.

Taking all of that into consideration, we’ll come up with an appropriate deadline. I promise I will always turn your project around as quickly as I can without sacrificing quality.

Do you write for businesses outside of the health and wellness sector?

Definitely. I market myself as a health and wellness writer because that’s what I’m passionate about. But during my career, I’ve written for all kinds of businesses across many sectors: retail, construction, education, skills development, mental health. And I love learning, so even if I haven’t written for your specific industry, being able to learn about it on-the-job is exciting for me. (Nerd alert!)

Is the work done by you, or someone on your team?

Right now, I’m the entire team. Everything I deliver to you has been written by me. I like it that way. I know it’s been researched, fact-checked, and that it’s plagiarism-free.

If the time comes that I take on new writers and I’d like to assign one to do your work,  I will get in touch with you first to let you know about it.

 

How do I know you’ll do the work?

You don’t know me, and I don’t know you. That means there has to be some good faith on each of our parts.

New clients are required to pay a 50% deposit before any work begins, with the balance due upon completion. I’ve never skipped out on any projects for any client–ever. It breaks my heart when I hear of people who take someone’s money and run. And it makes it hard for those of us who run a legitimate business and take it seriously.

I’d like to work with you. What should I do next?

Once you’ve decided that you’d like to work with me, send me a message through the Contact page. We’ll set up a meeting to talk about what you’re looking for in a writer, your content marketing goals, and the type of work you need to be done. After the meeting, I’ll put together a quote and send it to you within 24 hours. If you’re happy with the quote, we’ll start the onboarding process and get moving on your project!

Wanna talk about a project?

I’d love to hear from you!