SaaS copywriter and conversion optimizer. I've helped companies like HubSpot, InsightSquared, Deputy, Hello Bar, VWO, and Snappa get more leads and sales. Hit me for landing page, website copy, and email campaign advice.
I'm a SaaS copywriter and conversion optimizer who's helped companies like HubSpot, InsightSquared, Deputy, Hello Bar, VWO, and Snappa get more leads and sales.
Whether you're a self-funded SaaS company seeking profitable growth, or a venture-backed SaaS company under the gun to grow even faster -- I'm your guy. Together, we'll turn your "me too" copy into the 24/7/365 optimized sales force it ought to be.
We should talk about your website copy, landing/sales pages, and drip email campaigns.
Freelancing doesn't need to be a constant struggle. You don't need to race to the bottom on sites like UpWork. You don't need to submit to bad clients and become a poorly compensated employee without the perks. Working for yourself shouldn't mean late nights, no weekends, and less pay.
HOWEVER, it's not all beaches and pajama parties, either. It takes work... smart work.
If you're good at what you do and you're willing to work, I'd love to give a few pointers that have helped me do far better than most freelancers. :)
PS. Who am I, anyway?
I launched my freelance copywriting business two years ago, so I still remember what it's like to start out. Since launching my business, I've never had a dry spell, I've ALWAYS charged very respectable rates, and I'm grossing between $90k-$110k/year with minimal expenses. I attribute any success I've had so far to treating this like a real business, paying close attention to my positioning, negotiations, project and client management, networking, and more.