You’re busy working on building and growing your creative business. Your child comes to you to ask you to play. “Not right now.” You said. You see tears start to well in your child’s eyes. You rarely have the time to play while your child still wants to be with you. You feel conflicted and guilty about how you spend your time right now.
You’re scared to write blog posts. Will anyone like your writing? What if no one reads it? If you were to tell the truth, you actually don’t want anyone to read your writing. You want more time to make your writing better — perfect for your readers. But you don’t have the time.
You worry that you don’t have the knowledge you need to create great content your readers want and need. You doubt you have the right to be publishing your own content. Who are you to write that blog post? You don’t have the confidence to even answer that question.
You dread spending hours researching what to write about. You shudder to think how much time it takes to get one piece of blog content to publishing standards. You’re overwhelmed, need more time, and lack the focus you need to get the writing done, much less done well.
What if creating blog content was easy?
Imagine, looking at your newest blog post and you feel proud. You’re excited to show it off. The new blog post sounds like you, feels like you, and engages your readers in a personal way. Your readers are learning from you.
Your blog content is super helpful and inspiring to your readers. You know your stuff and now your blog post reflects that knowledge and passion.
You have more time available in your day now. Your business needs your attention where you love to work. You spend your time getting more customers and working with them.
You’re confident that the writing in your blog post reflects well on you without taking hours of your time to come together. You love how you choose to spend each moment of your time. You now take that unexpected break with your child.
Do any of these sound familiar?
- You dread blogging because you spend hours researching and writing.
- You spend hours writing content only to feel anxious about the feedback.
- You’re scared all of your hard work will result in crickets.
- You’d rather spend your time doing other work that you actually like doing.
- You crave more personal time with your family, friends, or even by yourself.
I’m a writer and editor for mothers who are trying to grow their creative business while creating blog content. You know you need to be more visible online but don’t have time to create great content. I write and edit your content for you so you can focus on the work you do best and grow your business.
As a result of this package, you’ll:
- Have one great blog content written for you so you can focus on a work project that you like doing.
- Publish and share your new blog content with confidence so that you help and inspire more people.
- Help people with your new blog post so you can increase your visibility online by reaching more people.
The custom blog post includes:
Orientation Call – During this 30-minute video call, we will talk about the blog post topic of your choice. I capture your voice and tone so readers feel like they are still reading your writing. Your opinions and personal story keep your blog post interesting. You’ll feel confident your blog content will sound like you to your readers.
Custom Blog Post – I write you an approximately 800-word blog post on your topic of choice. The blog post will reflect your opinions, recommendations, or a story you shared. You’ll feel confident sharing your well-written, helpful and inspiring blog article.
Post Published Checklists – You’ll receive the blog post promotion and performance review checklists. These will help you to remember the potential places to promote your blog post and review the performance to determine if the blog post is successful.
Blog Post Performance Review Call – In one week, I’ll check in to see how your blog post is performing. We’ll add any small edits as needed. You’ll feel energized with a full understanding of how the blog post is currently performing.
You can finally have more time in your day and I can help create amazing content for your blog.
Let’s get started.
Are you interested in working with me? Excellent! Here’s how to get started.
Step 1 – Drop your name and email below. You’ll receive my appointment scheduler by email.
Step 2 – Get scheduled for your orientation call and make your prepayment.
Step 3 – Then we will discuss the plans and details of the custom blog post at the orientation call.
Have questions? Email me at Stefanie@StefanieGary.com.
Stefanie’s expertise in proofreading helped me refine my content writing so it could be technically accurate while still invoking the right tone, as well as providing SEO value. Having a professional review my work to provide unbiased feedback has helped me better understand how I communicate with readers via a digital platform. I would highly recommend Stefanie’s proofreading and copy editing services to anyone producing authoritative content.Erica Martin, Pixel Jam Media
Stefanie will work on a project and I don’t need to check in with her as I know that she has completed the project. She asks very good questions and is always willing to take on new things. Stefanie is a hard-working, efficient team-player.Jayme Sheppard, Providence Health & Services
I highly recommend Stefanie for anyone needing writing or proofreading assistance. She showed great attention to detail, offered suggestions to improve my copy and was very responsive to questions I had which was helpful, considering the tight deadline I was working with. I look forward to working with her on many more projects.Aja Bradley-Kemp, Conversate Collective
Stefanie is detail oriented in work and on projects. She is pleasant to work with. She can complete work with little to no direction. Stefanie works hard and diligently with focus and professionalism. I appreciate her attention to detail, and motivation it takes to get through some of the trickier productions. Thank you, Stefanie, for all of your hard work, even under less than desirable circumstances. She took initiative on tricky situations, and I appreciate all the expertise she shared.Sarah Iversen, Providence Health & Services