Australian Copywriter - Conversion Copywriting Service

Looking for an Australian copywriter to help you write better-converting copy?

 

Is your website copy losing you sales?

 

Are your landing pages, ads, or emails putting your readers to sleep?

 

Could your blog posts and articles do a much better job of being found on search engines?

 

If you answered “yes” to any of the above, it’s time we had a little chat.

If you’re serious about growing your business online then you’re going to need to have compelling copy.

Here’s why…

On average, 8 out of 10 people will read headline copy, but only 2 out of 10 will read the rest. (Copyblogger). So it’s worth investing time in writing engaging headline copy.

On average, visitors only read 20% of the content on a web page (Nielson Norman Group). A good web copywriter will ensure the important points stand out on the page.

Now if only you had the time, and skill, to create compelling copy…

The kind of copy that not only gets people excited about what you do…

But also gets them clicking through to subscribe, buy, or read your emails…

Here’s where I come in.

Hi, I’m Anf. Copywriter and content strategist. 

 

(I love me a good soy mocha with honey #truestory)

Now say hi to some of my Australian copywriting clients…

Here’s what they’ve said about my work.

My biggest gap was understanding how to put all our technical IP and everything we do into words that our target market can understand and connect with.

Anf helped me understand and define my target avatar really well. 

The result is that most of our emails that go out have a 50%+ open rate, and equally high click-through rate.

So the copy that he’s written for us has really resonated with our target audience and achieved a fantastic result for us.

Scott Gellatly

Director, Scale My Empire

Anf easily saved me five or six hours of trying to figure out an email campaign on my own. Furthermore, that campaign got a 55.4% open rate!

Colleen Keith

Colleen Keith Design

Short, sharp to the point yet displaying the depth of his know-how and How to when it comes to positioning yourself to full advantage; this is one of the best services i have found and used in my quest to improve the engagement folks have with me on Linked In. Never patronising, just helpful and insightful. Highly recommended. 

Geoff Hetherington

The Elite Business Institute

Australian Copywriter – Frequently Asked Questions

What are your hourly copywriting rates?

It may seem like a pretty straightforward question, but because I charge each project based on the scope and complexity of work, quoting an hourly rate won’t really give you an accurate idea of what your final cost may be.

You can view my standard copywriting packages here.

Best thing to do though is to submit your copywriting project brief, and then I’ll be able to give you a proper quote based on your specific project. 

You can also book a quick 15-min call to discuss your project. (note: I’ll still require you to submit your project brief)

 

Do you have a copywriting guarantee?

100%. I’m all about ensuring that we produce copy that works for your business.

I suggest starting with one page and working on it until the copy is perfect for you. Then I know the tone and style you’re after and can write the rest of the copy based on that.

I want you to be totally happy with the work I do for you. If you see something you’re not happy with, just mention it to me and I’ll try to alter it to your liking within reason.

What type of copy can you write?

I typically do:

  • Landing pages
  • Website pages
  • Lead magnets
  • Email nurture series
  • SEO-optimised Blog posts and articles
  • Linkedin profiles (check out our Linkedin profile review service too)

If there’s something else you’re interested in working with me on, just ask.

 

Why hire an Australian copywriter instead of someone overseas on upwork or similar site?

Here’s what Liam McIvor Martin, co-founder of Time Doctor, wrote in his post Upwork Reviews: Is It Worth It?

Finding and hiring good talent on any freelance platform is a time consuming job. It is no different for Upwork.

Companies and entrepreneurs, looking for freelancers on Upwork, usually complain that good talent is hard to come by, there are too many mediocre applicants and you also need to keep a look out for scamsters.

It really comes down to how much you value your own time and quality of work.

It’s absolutely possible to find quality copywriters and freelancers on platforms like Upwork. Just prepare for the pain of actually finding the needle in the haystack. It’s hit and miss. I know from personal experience. 

Most people will need to learn things the hard way so if you’re looking for “cheap” labour then, by all means, give it a shot. As the adage goes, “You get what you pay for”. So don’t be surprised if the copy you get from those freelancer sites don’t give you the results that you want. 

Ready to get started?