Does your copy genuinely reflect you, your business and your thinking?
Or is it so old and boring it’s not even funny?
(You had no idea what to do and guilt piled up. It’s alright, just breathe.)
Or does it read sales-y and so not like you, you feel sick to your stomach.
(When people ask, you’d rather not give the website address.)
You could schedule time to do it on your own. You’ll get to it eventually.
Or you could read on and book what you need.
If you’re unsure, drop me a line and we’ll hop on a quick call.
At the end you’ll know if I’m the one.
Picture yourself saying it:
“You’ll find everything you need on my website.”
“Yes, it sounds like me.”
“I’m so glad you love email from me.”
Imagine copy that works.
I can write it for you.
What do you need?
I can save you time and frustration.
Book One hour when:
You need a few fixes or refreshes on your website.
Your presentation needs a facelift.
You need to throw your idea against somebody else’s mind and see if it flies.
Get the 2-day website boot camp
For your key, website (and beyond) copy: Home, About, Services, Contact.
That, or a Sales page.
Or a general presentation.
Or go bespoke
My mind on lease.
Email funnel? Editorial plan? Ideas or actual blog posts?
The first time I read what she wrote about me, I felt it in my bones. I feel she’s in my skin when she writes for me.
She writes in the words I would chose for myself, if I knew how to pick them.Carmen Simion
Roxana is a good judge of value. She knows how to measure it and comes up with accurate descriptions of it.
Plus she cares as much as you do.Monicka Clio Sakki
Hi, I’m Roxana Gramada, the redhead copywriter who does aikido. That’s the chit chat about me out there. Also, that I am some kind of alien that inhabits you and brings out your voice.
I help thought leaders and innovators pour their thoughts into crisp copy.
I did the corporate life for 15+ years. Name the impossible task, and I would take it on, eager to be good and please.
It worked fine and then it didn’t. My success fantasies slowly changed into exit fantasies.
My MBA, CEO and other Fortune magazine driven wishes changed into simpler lists: better sleep, something (meaningful) to do that comes with dilemmas I can contain, and the right amount of pretty things I can enjoy without cluttering my mental and actual closets.
I’ve always loved copy. I love nailing it.
I would love to write your thoughts. Crisp and punchy.