Tweak your copy, make more money

You work hard to get eyeballs on your stuff. Now say the right things to turn those browsers into buyers.



A copywriter figures out what words click with your customers, turning them into loyal brand fanatics

You’re a small business owner.

You’re in it to win it. But you don’t know how to describe your brand to the right audience, plan out website content, or nail a headline that hooks a prospect.

You don’t know how to put together an email, or post to social media either. And you have no idea how acronyms like SEO, CRO, and PPC (OMG, WTF) work together to

1. Find people who need your thing

2. Flag them off the road to your shop

3. Get them to throw money at your face

None of this stuff is your superpower.

I’m a content writer.

I have a talent for writing words that get customers excited to buy your stuff.

When they land on your site, they’ll know they’re in the right place—you will solve their problem. They can’t wait to get started; they’re already becoming fans and want to throw money at your face. 

But… before they land on your site, they need to know you exist. Google needs to know how awesome your stuff is before you get some page one real estate when a future customer searches for what you sell. That’s called SEO (search engine optimization), and it’s a different kind of writing.

This stuff is my superpower.

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“The article is exactly what I was hoping for. The client needed someone like you who does a crazy amount of research and ends up writing as if you were in the industry for years. I’ve become so accustomed to less than stellar writing from other writers that I am head over heels for this! You nailed it perfectly.”

Kevin D'Arcy

Chief Marketing Enthusiast, ThinkFuel

Ask these questions:

1. What do I do?
2. Why do I do it?
3. How do I do it?

Now fill in these important blanks:

What makes me valuable to my customers?
—This is your key message

Why do I stand out?
—How are you different?

Where do I fit in my market?
—What specific problem does your product solve?

Who needs me the most?
—This is how you segment your market

How do I position my product?
—How do consumers feel about your product?

It starts with—yes, we’re finally there! But it ends with a human who edits for tone, attaches a good feeling to it, and turns that message into a branded beacon you build your marketing strategy around.

“Andi’s strong statements are ‘word images.’ They stand on their own without pictures.”

Joe Cox

Insurance & Risk Management, Minneapolis St. Paul Agency

I’ve worked for multi-million dollar marketing agencies, top-ranked branding agencies, and hundreds of SMEs. My purpose is to nail the perfect message so customers know you’re the right fit when they find you.

Outsource your content so your story grows your business while you focus on your product.

Copywriting engages your customers

To make more sales you work on two things:

1. Get more traffic (but SEO takes time to work so you’ll need to fork out $ for pay-per-click ads)
2. Get more conversions (that takes great copywriting)

Use creative copywriting to bring your brand to life. Weave in website keywords to get in front of more customers and boost your SEO visibility. Write stuff that educates your people, builds your street cred (industry authority), and creates backlink opportunities (domain authority). The right story creates emotional triggers: people click your buttons because they feel you’re the best answer to their problems

Conversion rate optimization (CRO) figures out what your customer wants and gives them a reason to click

Put helpful lead magnets like guides, workbooks, checklists, quizzes, and courses (convertible content) on landing pages that helps your audience in a low-tier way. Design that freebie content to have so much amazing value that they’re willing to trade their email address for it. Add their email to a respectful list that provides even more helpful content later via email sequences. That’s how you power your marketing machine, and the wheels on the bus go wound and wound; money.

Design makes the words stand out

UX is the fashionable part of your message. 

Minimal design organizes content into easy-to-absorb chunks (Miller’s Law) so your customers know how you’ll solve their problem right away. Ditching clutter and embracing whitespace draws attention to your value like a key piece of furniture in a spacious Scandinavian apartment. It’s art + psychology + SEO + fashion: shitty websites aren’t taken seriously

Kill that opening shot. Leave a lasting impression.

Your competitors do it wrong. They bullet point the features of their product or service as a prompt in an AI editor. They copy and paste the result without refining it (or starting with the right prompt) and add a purchase button. But it’s not about what you sell.

It’s about how what you sell solves your customers’ problems better than everybody else.

Bullet point the benefits of your features for your customers (because they don’t give a flying f*ck about your features).

What else?

  • Focus on getting found with on-page search engine optimization (SEO) and social media
  • Pay for some off-page ads (SEM) that build that trust factor with Google, because if your customers can’t find you, they find your competition instead. And that’s balls. 

“I absolutely LOVE your voice as a copywriter. I am so excited you’re on this project. The order of ideas and calls-to-action make perfect sense. The periodic one-word phrases set in italics are effective! You’ve done a great job of retaining my voice, while adding a more conversational tone that still feels authentic to my voice.”

Ashley Sarver

Founder, Eclipse Academy

Solve customer problems & tell Google about it. 

Show your customers that your thing is what they need to do their thing. Ka-ching.

Coyote Mountain Lodge

“I had a great time working with Andi. Her language skills are one of a kind, fun, friendly, and inviting. She does amazing work! A job well done (on both sites).”

—Miki, Colorado (via pb+j)


The Drawing Specialists (DCM)

“It’s brilliant! I love the quickstart add-on. As for the quiz, Darryl and I are very happy with it. Love the humour! Girl, you rock!”

—Tammy Mitchell

Denure Tours

“Just looked! At first glance it looks AMAZING! Please keep going… I’m thrilled with how it’s sounding so far. Great job!”

—Kerry Brennan

All About Detail

“Fabulous! I just clicked on my site and I LOVE the home page and wording! Andi, I enjoyed working with you so much I told my husband I am going to miss you.”

—Dianne Knowles, founder

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“Copywriting is the #1 skill that online marketers need to master. SEO is a close second. Learning one or the other is OK. But when you combine the two skills, you’ll be an unstoppable marketing machine.”

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