Weighed down with the stress of marketing deadlines? The right freelance web copywriter lightens the load.

As a marketing manager or department head, you know the importance of quality copywriting. And in the crowded fitness and self-help industries, copy that cuts through the noise and gets to the heart of your customers’ desires isn’t a nice-to-have. It’s a must.

But does the thought of working with a freelance copywriter leave you in a bit of panic?

After all, the trick is finding a copywriter who can hit the ground running with your project– and you could really use someone who understands how to relate to your customers (ahem…).

So, are we a good match?

A little about you…

You excel at putting out masterful marketing material, and your in-house team is a force to be reckoned with, but …

  • You're in the middle of some team turnover and could really use a little interim help.

Unfortunately, time doesn’t stop just because your marketing team is in a bit of upheaval. Permanent help is on the way soon… or so says HR. In the meantime, copy isn’t going to write itself.

  • As much as your team kicks ass, the number of projects far outweighs the number of people.

Every project spawns its weight in side projects. Where does it end? It doesn’t. At least, not if you want to keep up with the competition. If each (wo)man is an island, all of yours are flooding.

Either way, you need a copywriter who gets your customers, and your company.

A little about me…

Stephen Ledford is an internet marketing consultant and copywriter for small businesses.

Hi, I’m Stephen, and I help fitness and self-help businesses build money-making relationships with customers.

For nearly 20 years, I owned and managed small businesses, working with clients in fitness and self-improvement. I understand how brutal the market is! And during that time, I felt first-hand how stressful it is finding help– someone who:

  • Gets excited about the vision of your company.
  • Has the work ethic to get things done when they need done.
  • Doesn't need hand holding that makes your job harder.
  • Won't disappear at the most inopportune moment.

I learned some hard lessons about finding help, and understand how nerve wracking it is when you depend on getting the choice right the first time.

And since I’ve been in your shoes, my service comes with these promises to you.

We’ll take a partnership approach.

We’ll succeed best as a team. I’ll listen to insights on your customers, your business trends, goals and expectations, and your feedback.

Plus, I’ll give you straight answers when you have questions, and bring ideas when appropriate.

I'll respect your time and schedule.

Have a deadline? I’ll meet it. 

Need someone who comes with a teamwork mindset? Done. 

And you’ll get emails answered and phone calls returned within the business day.

 

You won’t get left hanging.

If you’re like me, you hate when someone tells you they’ll do something– and then doesn’t. Not gonna happen.

As a US Army veteran, I get the importance of reliability, timeliness, teamwork, and a little bit of grit.

"Ridiculous organization and project management skills. I was impressed with how Stephen assessed who we are, our challenges, and proposed customized solutions for us.

He became a call I looked forward to, and he guided me to complete some serious thinking about my agency and where I want to go. I highly recommend him."
Chuck Caputo, Executive Director of Lifeline Center for Child Development, hired Stephen to help with the school's internet marketing.
Chuck Caputo
Executive Director, Lifeline Center for Child Development

Finding the right freelance web copywriter doesn't have to be painful.

Maybe you like playing roulette with your marketing copy. 

But if that’s not you– if you want a copywriter who takes your marketing goals and deadlines seriously– I can help.

Tell me about your business, challenges, and what kind of help you need. It’s your first step on the path to a little less stress.

Click the button below to email me about your free 30 minute discovery call. 

P.S.– I’m not always in front of a keyboard. In my downtime, you’ll find me enjoying family, getting lost in the woods, or carving some curves through the Blue Ridge Mountains.