Giveaway Monday – Review of a service for mums in business
I couldn’t believe my luck when I was given the opportunity to review the ‘Bounce it off me’ service provided by Loretta at Wyldecard pr.copywriting. I was contacted by Loretta promptly and she explained exactly what the service would provide for me. It was a fantastic introduction. I knew exactly what I needed to do and what to expect.
Loretta reviewed my relatively new website for the content and a report was provided just days later by email with further explanation about the report and ‘where to from here’ information.
The report was professionally presented yet totally readable and accessible. It was provided in a language I could understand and relate to and more importantly, act on.
The ‘Bounce it off me’ service provided me with an incredible amount of information both in the form of an overview and very specific observations on the content of my website. The insights provided are invaluable to me as I continue to work on and improve the content of my website. I can highly recommend this service for anyone who has already written their content but just wants someone professional to look over it and provide comprehensive and highly valuable comment.
Wyldecard PR & Copywriting is a copywriting service that does more than just write words.
We write words that sell … whatever it is you are selling.
We work with you to learn about your business, what you want to achieve and help get the ideas out of your head and onto paper! We’ve been in your shoes before, so in everything we do, we draw on experience in sales, marketing, public relations and also, experience as a buyer. Of course, there are different ways to write and promote depending on who you want to sell to, so we like to make sure we completely understand where you are coming from.
Debra Rose is mum to almost 4 year old Matilda, is an organisational expert and is the owner and founder of Declutterbug Professional Organisers.
Offering a “Bounce it off Me” service including proofreading and edit of your Marketing Material – Do you use words that sell? Valued at $50 / A4 page.
To win, leave a comment below on how you work out the best words to use in your marketing material by Friday 18 October 2013.