My first real job out of college was with Canon, the camera/printer company. I had a variety of positions during my tenure and the one I liked the best was doing tech writing and web design for an awesome boss. He was my first web client, which inspired me to do freelance work. From Dreamweaver to WordPress to LeadPages, I have plenty of experience in the www. Take a peak at some of my designs…
Here are a few postcards I designed for workshop and services.
My friend told me to check out some guy’s webinar about getting more FB likes and customer leads. I was a bit skeptical but I watched it. Not only did I learn a couple tricks, I got super motivated to design funny ads. Here are my favorites:
Andrew Warner, founder of Mixergy (interviews top entrepreneurs), came back from vacation and asked who did the post while he was gone because it got a crazy amount of clicks.
It was me.
Nir Eyal, best selling author of Hooked, announced on his blog that he wanted feedback on his then self-published book. I spent two whole weekends editing it. That was back in 2014. Who does he still call on when he needs an article or guest post edited for grammar and flow?
I’m not really sure how it happened that I developed exemplary copywriting skills. [Insert horrific grade school story here.] Since I ditched the grammar police, I am offering copywriting services to people who 1) appreciate creative thinking and 2) want to add caliente sauce to their existing content.