Hi, this is Sharyn,
Before we talk about how I can help your SaaS business attract quality leads, here are some things to know about me.
I'm not wordy.
It's why I love copywriting — working muscular verbs into honed sentences and tight paragraphs.
François FeNelon said it best: "The more you say, the less people remember. The fewer the words, the greater the profit."
Whether I'm writing a 3000-word pillar page or your snappy value statement, every word matters.
Strategy comes first.
If you want someone to write a couple of posts, we're probably not a good fit.
When we work together, you're paying me to make a difference in your business and get a return on your investment. And that starts with a content strategy.
Your strategy is the foundation of your content marketing — the content you plan, publish and promote to attract customers.
Processes make working together a snap — at all times, you know what's next.
I work with good people.
You know, polite, honest and down-to-earth (maybe you enjoy a hoppy Northwest IPA?).
What you might want to know.
I have an Olivia-Newton-John-international accent.
Way back, when Australia's 'Olivia' went to the States to make Grease, she came back with the sharp edges knocked off her Aussie accent.
She sounded more ... international.
It happens — even to non-Hollywood, non-singing-dancing B2B copywriters.
I'm an Aussie expat living in the States. The Aussies say I sound American. The Americans say I sound Australian (or British). The British say I have a tinge of an Aussie accent (okay, one person said that recently — way to crush a girl).
I grew up on a sheep farm in Victoria — think flat, parched land, ruthless flies and bloody hot summers.
While I still call Australia home, I live in magnificent Portland, OR — where Mount Hood randomly pops into view and where it's deliciously rainy and green. (I just used two adverbs — two — to describe Portland. That's sayin' something.)