You already know that great content can bring new visitors, high-quality leads and build raving fans for your B2B website.
I’m not here to regurgitate things you already know.
That’s pretty pointless (and a complete waste of time).
So, let’s chat about what’s really getting you bogged down when it comes to creating awesome content.
I’ll bet my bottom dollar that right now, you’re in one of these situations:
- You’re already creating awesome content, but are unsure of how to scale it.
- Struggling to find the time to create content that drives results.
- …Or sourcing writers who truly understand B2B SaaS, who can write engaging content that stands out in a crowded niche.
- You’re creating content, but aren’t able to stay up-to-date (or ahead) of content trends in your industry.
- Pushing content you’ve already poured time, effort and resources into, but you aren’t seeing sign-ups from it.
Am I right? Send my prize, preferably chocolate digestives, in the post.
Enter: Me. Your B2B content writing bestie.
If you answered “that’s me!” to one of the bullet points above, I’m also going to guess that you’re a content marketing or product marketing manager at a SaaS company.
If so, it’s great to meet you. I’m sure we’ll get on splendidly.
My name is Elise (hence the domain name), and I write long-form, data-driven blog content for marketing and SaaS businesses.
I’ve worked with brands like HubSpot, CoSchedule, Social Media Examiner, Smart Insights and Marketing Profs, and been named as one of the 30 women shaping tech marketing.
I also create content that consistently ranks in Google–like this SEO techniques article for Single Grain:
“Put simply, working with Elise is a total pleasure. Elise takes ideas and concepts and turns them into well-structured, concise copy to deliver on numerous objectives. The writing is crisp, clean, and persuasive. In my role, I need a freelancer I can trust to take briefs and turn them around on time and to standard—Elise definitely delivers.”
— Guy Little, Director of Content at Tomorrow People
Let me help you create A+ content
I work with SaaS and marketing companies to create content on a variety of topics, including:
- AI and data
- Content marketing
- Email marketing
- Influencer marketing
- Paid advertising (PPC)
- Marketing automation
- Reducing churn
- Search engine optimization (SEO)
- Social media marketing
Content Marketing Institute:
How to Get Ranked and Read With the Topic Cluster Content Model
Business Apologies: What You Should (and Shouldn’t) Do
Want more? Click here to check out my full B2B content writing portfolio.
What’s it gonna cost me?
We all want to know what we’re spending, right?
I base my freelance writing quotes on a per-project basis. You’re paying for the value of my writing (and the ROI the finished product will deliver), rather than the time it took me to create it.
Since I’m not an employee of yours, my rates also include the added benefits of:
- Not having me on your payroll system
- Not having other overheads of employing me in your office
- Not providing me with employee benefits (like pensions, holidays and insurance)
- Quick turnaround times
Standard rates for long-form blog content start from £500 GBP, and more comprehensive content (like eBooks) start from £1,750 GBP.
Please note these quotes vary from project-to-project as time needed for research, topic complexity and word count affect my rates.
Need convincing on my rates?
One of my past clients, Copy and Check, hired me to write a blog post and compared my work to another writer who charged $15.
… Like me.
If you send me what you’re looking for via email, I’ll give you a custom quote within 24 hours.
Talk about speediness.
“It was a pleasure working with Elise on our recent project. She displayed great communication and enthusiasm throughout, delivering ahead of time and with more detail than originally requested.
Promotion of the written piece generated us social engagement and great on site performance, with a high average time on page and low bounce rate. I would not hesitate to recommend Elise and look forward to working with her in the near future.”
— Matthew Nuttall, Digital Marketing Manager at Twine
Let’s get crackin’
Got a question about my process, want a custom quote, or fancy kicking-off a new project?
I’m currently booking projects starting in March, 2019 (last updated 31st Jan 2019)
…But those spaces are filling up quickly.
Get on my waitlist by emailing me—not someone on “my team”—by shooting a message to: email@example.com.
I’ll get back to you within 48 hours.