Writing isn’t something that I do because I have to; it’s something that I love to do. I’ve learned that the old saying, “It’s not what you say — it’s how you say it” often rings truer than many people are prepared to acknowledge. I’ve also learned that working with words isn’t something that most people enjoy doing. Why does this matter? Because my goal is to help local businesses build content for their websites so they can focus on doing what they do best (and I can do what I love most!) Have you stopped to think about What’s in Your Words lately?
These days, being able to be found far outstretches the bounds of the local Yellow Pages. In fact, if you’re a small business owner, you probably have already experienced the importance of the “see and be seen” world of search engines. You can have the best, most amazing products and services, but if you’re not seen as a credible resource when people search for you, they’ll just keep clicking.
As a Denverite, one of my favorite things about my great city is living and breathing local businesses. As a community, we buy locally and we love our mom-and-pop shops.
I’m in love with the love that my neighbors share for local businesses, and my goal is to write content that allows everyone to experience a more intimate relationship with the companies that make communities great!
I’ve written for clients around the country and around the world for innumerable industries, and I can’t wait to keep going!