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You make more money with professional copy.

View hiring a copywriter as an expense, not an investment? Your website and blog are part of your sales team. Don’t just dress ’em up — give ’em something to say. And say it with me.

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Website Copywriting

Your website is an investment, and budget copywriting services cost you more than you think. Say no to generic text and yes to establishing your company’s unique brand voice online. Launch a new website or update your content to improve your site’s SEO and conversion power.




Blogs are essential for your business because they do two things: enhance your website’s SEO and establish you as an expert problem solver. In other words, blog posts get ideal customers to your website and keep them there. For maximum optimization, publish shareable content consistently.


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I have had the opportunity to work with Emily on several writing projects. When called upon she has been very reliable and consistently produces a level of work that meets and exceeds all expectations. I will continue to look to Emily as a valuable resource for the future.

—Ben Jones, Cloud Computing and Consulting Executive

I like Emily’s ability to make working with her feel like we’re working face-to-face. Strong communication and ability to understand what writer/editor support is needed.

—Mike Kiley,

Emily has a long-standing reputation for being an exceptional writer with a knack for speaking to her audience as if you’re sitting together, drinking a cup of coffee. It was that down-to-earth, approachable and “real” tone that initially convinced me that Emily would be an excellent fit for the Small Business Bonfire team of contributors.

—Alyssa Gregory, Small Business Bonfire