Package A: blogging retainer Package K: thought leadership asset Package H: block-booking
Outsource the task of updating your blog with regular, engaging content.

• Briefing time.
• Quarterly content plan.
• Trello board to manage content.
• Weekly blogs (4-5 per month) with content delivered together for review.
• 1x round of revisions.
• 1-month’s notice required to terminate contract.
• 10% discount (normally £740).

Blogging is particularly effective when focused around a core theme or marketing asset.

Use a thought-leadership asset, such as a white paper, report, guide or case study, to establish your authority, and then think about elaborating on the key themes through your blogs.

• Briefing time.
• 1x round of revisions.
If you have a specific project in mind, together we can scope out what that looks like in terms of the content required, my time to create the assets and your deadlines.

A minimum of 3 days is required to block-book.

• Briefing time.
• 1x round of revisions.
• Secures a 10% discount on the total project cost.
£666 per month.   £720 per asset. From £972 per month.

“Alice is hugely creative and very quickly understands the nature of the work. She responds quickly and delivers true quality materials.”

Andrea McNeil, True Resilience

Why me?

IT sector specialism

With 14 years’ sector experience, I am familiar with a lot of the technical language and industry jargon, and understand the differences in talking to a CEO, CTO or DPO.

Weekly content turnaround

You need to move quickly to take advantage of new opportunities, I hate for things to linger, so I turn projects around within the week, with amends returned within 3 days.

Dedicated to learning

If I’m not writing client copy, I’m reading about copy, learning about copy, studying other people’s copy and testing the lessons learned through the content I write for my own business.

And everything is underpinned by…

The cupcake promise

I promise that I will bring freshly baked cake every time we meet…and yes, requests are welcomed!

The process of working together

  • Typically, we’ll start with a briefing meeting/call so I can ask you lots of questions – but I’ll send you these in advance so you have time to think.
  • You then send me through anything and everything you have to supplement the briefing. This could be brochures, white papers, case studies, presentations…
  • I’ll produce a first draft and send it to you.
  • You will then review and provide any feedback.
  • I’ll incorporate any amends and finalise v2.
  • You can publish and distribute.
  • I’ll invoice you at the end of the month.