Thank you so much for your interest in my copywriting services.
The fact that you’re reading this page tells me you know you can’t sit around waiting for customers to discover your products and services.
You understand that business success relies on words that clearly communicate what you do.
In particular, words to explain how you provide answers to problems that need solving and create awareness of your existence.
After that, words to keep the conversation going even after your customer has walked out the door.
Of course, I know you know your business and your products and services inside and out.
What’s more, I know you can write. You might even enjoy writing.
But here’s the thing. I’m guessing the reason you’ve visited this page is that you’re too busy running your business to spend time researching, writing, search engine optimising, editing and proofreading compelling marketing copy.
Moreover, you don’t want to take the risk of quickly cobbling words together in the hope that they resonate with customers.
Because you understand the right words can directly lead to enquiries and sales.
If this is the case, here’s how I can help.
My name is Claire Hawes and I’m a copywriter
I’m known for my clear and simple writing that gets important information across quickly.
Most importantly, I make sure your messages are understood and acted on.
I learnt the principles of good writing and the power of clear communications from an early age.
My parents were Fleet Street journalists.
I would have followed my parents into the family trade but for one problem. I was an incredibly shy teenager. I didn’t like using the phone.
Not a good trait for a budding reporter.
But I’ve always been fascinated by the world of business. And after watching the film ‘Working Girl’, I decided this was the place I wanted to be.
So I started my career in sales support, where I learned about the importance of the sales process.
From sales support I made a natural move into marketing.
Fortunately for me, the companies I worked for were big enough to have a budget, but not big enough for agencies to do all the work for them.
As a result, I had the opportunity to get involved in all aspects of marketing. In particular, writing copy for brochures, direct mail, adverts, newsletters, PR and more.