Hello friend, let’s keep you in your genius zone.
How many times have you said, “I need to hire a copywriter for this” … only to end up grudgingly writing the copy yourself?
Sure, the job got done. But …
• Did you wish you were doing something else – anything else – but writing?
• Did it take you away from other important, revenue-generating areas of your business?
• Did you find yourself cursing at a blank screen 10 minutes into the job?
If so, I get it. Between coaching your clients, running your team, and strategizing your next big offer, you barely have time to finish your oat latte. So, if copywriting doesn’t light you up inside, there’s a simple fix for that.
Hi, I’m Nicole – copywriter for coaches
While you’re focused on serving your people, scaling your business, and prepping for your next big launch, I’ll write copy for you that:
- Sounds more human (because nobody buys from robots).
- Attracts all-in, ready-to-invest clients – the best kind!
- Makes people say, "She's the ONLY one I want to work with!”
More good news: You can pump the breaks on trying to convince people to work with you. Your coaching is WAY too premium for that. Instead, your copy can (and should) create such demand that people will happily hop on your waitlist and pay your rates.
- High-Converting Sales & Web Pages
From scrollers to buyers: that’s the goal! I use story-driven copy to help your readers feel understood, appreciated, and excited to invest in you.
- Must-Read Email Sequences
I help you use the power of email to stay top of mind with your audience, thoughtfully moving them from consideration to purchase.
I'm always thinking about the emotional reasons why someone would invest in you and your brand. At the end of the day – even if your product or service is highly technical – your readers need to feel personally connected to it. That's the spark that leads to brand loyalty, and that's the loyalty that leads to sales!
Let’s see if we have any favourites in common …
- Book genre
Suspense or anything by Liane Moriarty.
Revisionist History by Malcolm Gladwell.
- Yummy drink
Piña coladas, sipped in the Caribbean.
- Way to relax
Hot bath and a good book (see above).
- Travel destination
- Guilty pleasure
Buying way more lipsticks than I need.