Posted on : 01-10-2010 | By : admin | In : Blog, Writing Help for Businesses
Naomi Dunford of Itty Biz posted the following challenge today. She was following up on a challenge that she had originally posted two years ago when a regular reader of her blog asked her:
“What do you actually do”?”
She suggested that we might like to answer the following questions to explain to readers of our blog what it is we actually do.
I like a challenge.
What’s your game? What do you do?
I am a copywriter, editor and proof reader. I have written short stories, two unpublished novels, blog posts for four websites, articles for local magazines, web content articles and product descriptions.
Why do you do it? Do you love it, or do you just have one of those creepy knacks?
I love to write! I enjoy researching a new product, I love to plan out what I’m going to write and I enjoy the actual process of writing. I have no problem writing to a certain length and I even enjoy proof-reading afterwards and paring down the language so that it makes sense and does the job that you want it to.
Oh – and my deep dark secret is that I have a creepy knack with spelling and grammar – I can tell if a word looks right or not!
Who are your customers? What kind of people would need or want what you offer?
My customers are people who appreciate well-written articles, which are interesting to the reader. I prefer to write content that draws readers in; articles that they want to read. My work adds value to a website, not just filler. My customers also appreciate my professional approach, the fact that I keep contact with them during a project and that I turn my work in on time or even before the deadline.
What’s your marketing USP? Why should I buy from you instead of the other losers?
I take pride in my work. I enjoy each new challenge when it is presented to me. Buy from me because you appreciate the power of good writing and what it can do for your business.
What’s next for you? What’s the big plan?
I would love to move into ghostwriting because listening to people’s stories intrigues me. I don’t need a byline to get satisfaction from my work. I want this business to expand and grow and I want to be in a position to help other people fulfil their dreams too.
If you are interested in finding out more about my writing services, then check out my contact page.