Spring break and time to reflect

    I always make a point of having at least a couple of days off over any holiday period. When you're self-employed it's easy to get carried away with the work schedule and continue until you're fit to drop. When you carry on like this you'll have no energy left, and once the energy reserves are dry, you'll come to a stop. 

    When you love your job as much as I love mine, you have to know when it's time to take a break. You have to recognise the signs of fatigue and go with the flow. Even a couple of days off make can make all the difference, so you're ready to tackle the daily grind once more. Naturally it's a different story if you have deadlines to reach over the holiday period, but you should really take off at least a weekend to refuel.

    For instance, today after having the weekend off, I've had a nice long run, later I'm going to read, relax and prepare for the week ahead. I don't find it easy, for I'm constantly trying not to listen to that voice in my head that tells me I really should just get back to my computer and work. 

    But if I don't rest then I won't be the only one that suffers, so will my clients. And I know that when I return to my desk in the morning, I'll be fully recharged and ready to tackle whatever the week is ready to throw at me. And I'm always at my best when I'm feeling fully rested and energy levels restored.

    i hope you've enjoyed the Easter break and eaten your fill of chocolate Easter eggs. I certainly have.

    So remember, this fully recharged copywriter is offering the following until May:


    Landing pages - £250 each


    About pages - £250 each


    You know where to find me.


    Don't crash and burn.

    Landing Pages, About Me Pages and climbing out of a rut

    Sometimes it can feel like some changes in life are too many changes by far. But you realize that to evolve, to get better, to move on, change is inevitable and necessary. This is especially true when it comes to running a business. You can get too fond of being in one place, so much so that before you realise it you're stuck in a rut so deep, it's going to take a long time and a lot of digging to climb back out of it.

    But when you do finally get out there's that inevitable moment when you stare bleakly into the sunlight, trying to adjust your gaze, you're slightly dazed, confused and trying hard to dust yourself down. You take in what's around you, assimilate where you are, and where you need to go next. It can seem daunting, terrifying even. There's always going to be that period of adjustment, that time when you have to assess how you got to where you are, where you need to go next, and where you really want to be.

    Once you've done that you can start moving ever forward, inexorably towards your ideal destination. There'll be bumps along the way and you might find that sometimes you'll feel like giving up, that's it's not worth the hard work and determination to persevere. It may seem there's another way that seems easier, more attractive, but if you're anywhere near as stubborn as I am, you'll keep on going, ever forward, with only one goal in mind - success.

    In my situation for instance I decided to change direction slightly with what services I offered, and I too have had to climb out of the rut or trench, whatever you want to call it, and stare into the sunlight, blink a little and take it all in. I think I made the right decision, because now I'm squeaky clean and ready for a challenge. I want to spread my wings and show you what I'm made of. Move onwards and upwards and take a few people with me for the journey.

    I was thinking of prospective clients initially, someone out there who's looking for that helpful nudge towards success, because I believe I'm the copywriter for you. Someone who's intuitive, quick thinking, with an eye on technology and the future all at the same time.

    I can either make money for someone with a stonkingly amazing sales page, or create words that help explain or expand on what you're about and what your brand identity is..such as an About Me page. About Me pages give the reader a real insight into who's behind the business, it gives them the incentive to try what you're offering, because they can see what you're really about and what it is you wanted to achieve by starting a business in the first place. And I don't mean a long-winded page about how you persevered at hockey or how many A levels you got and how good you look in a suit either, we're talking about a slick page full of interesting bite sized information that informs and reveals the person behind the brand, the personality behind the products. Don't for one minute think that About Me pages don't make a difference, or that they're any less important than your Home Page, because they're a vital part of your marketing arsenal.

    A Landing Page on the other hand can help you if you're promoting a new product or course and you want people to sign up, or if you've written a book on an area of expertise. Something that's eye catching, attention grabbing with a stupendously good call to action that reels them in.

    You see, I know I'm good, although I will question you endlessly and tirelessly until I get enough information to make your pages work. Because there's no point in me typing a load of hoo-haa off the bat that's not worth jack shit. We want it to work don't we?

    So, plenty of questions, but a quick turnaround after the initial interrogation and a page that could make all the difference.

    So right now I'm offering any prospective client a trial offer which ends 10th May 2017. I'm going to offer any Landing Page or About Me page at £250/$310 each for the first 5 clients that get in touch. So you can either have an About Me page or Landing Page for £250/$310, they won't be staying at that price for long, well for a month, before I put my prices up.

    So if you are also climbing out of the trenches and looking into the sun and assessing where you are and where you want to be...get in touch, it could be the difference between staying in the rut you're in or getting out into the open and onwards towards success. One page, one fixed price and you could be doing better, because you may not know much about writing, or have the time to write - but I do. I've got all day.

    Don't take my word for it - get in touch... today.

    Landing Page           £250/$310 each


    About Me Page         £250/$310 each

    Before May 10th 2017.