How I will help you get your sales page done

Are you offering a brilliant new service? You’ve done your market research. You’ve probably tested your offer out with people, or it’s something you’ve been doing for a while but not as a standalone service. 

Now you’d love to help more people with it. You need a sales page but you’re wondering how to get the value across to your prospective clients. How do you explain what you’re offering so they want to book a discovery call or buy? And where are you going to find the time to write it? You’ve got so many other things to do!

Talk to me about your service and I will write your sales page for you. 

It will:

  • tell people clearly what the offer is
  • show them why they need it
  • introduce you, and
  • give them the details they need to decide whether it’s for them and take the next step.

Hi, I’m Rachel

I’m a website copywriter, that means I write words that go on your website to help people see what you can do for them. 

If you’ve come out of corporate or academia, you’re now faced with trying to communicate what you do in a specialist field to a wider audience. You’re also sharing your voice as well as your expertise and experience.  You might be wondering what to say or how to say it in a way that appeals to the people you want to work with. 

I’ve been writing website copy for small businesses since 2017 and I’m an award-winning journalist and blogger. I’ll interview you about who you are, who your clients are, and what your service does. Then I’ll pick out the key information to share on your sales page so it appeals to your ideal clients. 

I love how she can take the mess from my head and make sense of it

“I’ve been working with Rachel on website copy for a while now and she’s great to work with, she listens, she’s patient and takes the time to understand your business and requirements. I love how she can take the mess from my head and make sense of it! I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending Rachel, she’s massively helped me improve my website.”
Ruth Gilbey
Ruth Gilbey Marketing and Coaching

6 steps to get your sales page done

Step 1: Book a call

You’ll book a time that suits you in my diary for a 60 minute conversation about your offer. This takes place on Zoom.

Step 2: Answer some background questions

Before we meet, I’ll ask you to fill out a questionnaire about your service so I have the key details in front of me. I will invoice you and send you the paperwork to sign.

Step 3: Talk to me about your offer

We meet on Zoom. During our conversation I’ll go into more depth about who it is for, what they want to achieve, and how you help them.

Step 4: Relax while I do the writing

You get on with other things while I write your first draft. You can expect to receive this 7-10 days after I’ve got all the information I’ve requested from you.

You’ll get it as a wireframe or mock up which shows you how the words could look on the page.

Step 5: Give me feedback

Then we arrange a feedback call where you can tell me about any changes you would like me to make.

If need be, we can repeat that process a second time to make sure the page is just how you want it.

Step 6: You publish your sales page

You upload the words to your website or ask your website developer to do it for you.

Rachel finds the right words and the right voice for me

“I have always struggled to find the right words to talk about my business and I’ve always felt like the copy on my website is a work in progress. I don’t feel like that now and that’s because Rachel finds the right words and the right voice for me. “
Louise Lee
Saunders and Lee

Tell people about your brilliant offer

Get a sales page which showcases your services and speaks to the people you want to serve.

Your investment: £750

You’ll get a draft and up to two revisions, if required.

To get started, let’s have a quick chat. Book a free discovery call so we can find out more about each other.

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