Sales email copywriting for your small business
Send emails your customers are eager to read
For great reward at little cost, nothing is more effective for your small business than a well-written email campaign. With the right words, emails will boost leads, conversions and the reputation of your brand.
I’m an online copywriter here to deliver crisp, compelling content for your email campaign, letting you get on with running your business.
Why is the right content so important?
You know what your inbox is like on a busy day: not everything gets read. That’s why I write subject lines that hook your reader’s interest – just like a headline. And I write content that’s both engaging and persuasive, convincing your customers to make that all-important click.
Email copy delivered on your schedule
Every small business is different – whether you need email content on an ongoing basis or you’ve a one-off campaign, I deliver content to meet your requirements. And I can create content for up to 2 emails or one newsletter per week.
My affordable rates are listed upfront, with no hidden charges to surprise you:
Per email: up to 250 words £35
Newsletter: up to 1500 words £65
- Initial research on your industry and your recipient’s demographic
- Compelling message with a clear call-to-action
- Fully proofread for perfect grammar
- Content that captures your brand’s voice
- Editing and revisions
- Delivery of the finished product via Word or Google Docs
How to get your email content
I’ll send you a short brief for a clear understanding of your business, your customers and your goals. I research your market and your audience. Then I write, edit and proofread your copy, and deliver to you on schedule. It’s that easy!
If you’d like to benefit from compelling email copy, get in touch and you’ll receive a prompt reply. And check out my other services to find out what else I can do for you.
If you’ve any questions, or you’d like to discuss how I can help your business, get in touch. I’m always happy to help
Samples of my work are available – just ask!