This page contains examples of different types of work which I have undertaken for clients, beyond a straightforward blogging or website-writing brief.

Multi-faceted service

Cornwall Health Promotion Service – Savvy project

I proofread and edited three version of a leaflet for this team, plus their handbook for members.  I have also given advice on the through-flow of their website, and helped create a communications plan for the service launch, together with a press release when the project is ready to be officially launched.  I have written 1-page, 1-paragraph and newsletter-article versions of ‘this is what Savvy is all about’, for use in the different settings.

Social Media training

Touch Eldoret

Jane Bostock, who runs the charity Touch Eldoret asked for my help to set up a Facebook page for the charity, and also error-checking their leaflets & web page.  She left the following review on my Facebook page:

Our charity asked for Hannah’s input and has been delighted with her speed, efficiency, thoughtfulness and kindness towards us less able folk.

 

Small-scale copywriting

Rethink Marketing

I have carried out a couple of pieces of work for Charlie Snell, of Rethink Marketing.  Firstly I created 100-word biography pieces for 18 members of staff at an estate agency for whom Charlie was creating a website.  Making short, interesting and different pieces for that many staff – with a tight deadline – was an interesting challenge, but fun to do.  Charlie was very happy with my work, both quality and speed, and has asked me to do some paraphrasing for another website.

 

Blogging training

South West Labels

A new member of staff had been taken on to handle some of the website content, social media and blogging, and I spent an hour or so talking through the intricacies of blogging, discussing his queries, and sharing some ideas for content.  He left more confident in his ability to blog in an appropriate manner for his company, and full of plans.

I am happy to help any other companies work through the details of blogging for themselves, if their subject area is more complex than I could easily pick up to blog about for them.  Alternatively, I would be happy to proofread and edit blog posts someone else has created, if they’re unsure of their writing ability but know the content inside out.