Want to hire me? Here's how it all works.

If you would like to engage me as your copywriter, here's an outline of my process with clients.

As a copywriter, I work with businesses of all sizes, advertising agencies and videographers to communicate a message effectively.

Usually, the goal is to make sales, engage an audience and increase SEO, but each project and business is unique.


If it's the first time you've worked with a copywriter, the process might seem a little foreign. I've done my best to outline it below so you know what to expect.


There are a bunch of things that copywriters need to have in place to cover themselves because it is an industry that has no official regulations, association, union or governing body.

Soooo, please read on if you're wondering how this is all going to work.


Send me an email or give me a call. We can have a chat about what you need and how I can help you. I'll ask you some questions and prepare a work proposal for you.


When I've finished your proposal I'll send it through to you. The proposal will outline the details of the job, the cost and exactly what I will (and won't) do while we work together.


I'll also include my terms and conditions. You'll need to read them and sign the proposal saying that you agree to the terms. These terms protect us both and hold us both accountable to our agreement.


Once you've signed and returned the proposal to me, I'll send you an invoice for a 50% deposit. I don't start work until I receive this deposit and the signed proposal. Once this is done, we can move forward.


Next, we will arrange a time for a full briefing. This is where I ask you all the questions I need to write your material. This usually takes about an hour and we can do it on the phone, Zoom or in person.


Please note that I don't charge for briefing time, but I do charge for travel time if you would like to meet in person.


Now I have everything I need to do the job. I'll write up a draft and send it your way. Then we can discuss and make amends to the copy.  

Once I've sent the first full draft, I'll send you the final invoice 14 days later or when the job is signed off as complete.


I'll send you through the second draft and again, we can discuss and make any changes needed.


I'll do everything in my superpowers to make sure you love the work! 


I'll send you the final draft and ask you to sign off on this to show you agree that the job is done.

Any extra rounds of revisions will be charged at my hourly rate.


Finally, I'll ask you for a review that I can add to my website. This, of course, is optional and always very much appreciated as happy reviews are the highest compliment you can give your writer!

What to know more? Here are some resources.