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Stress-free, freelance-written B2B marketing materials at the click of a button (almost)

Dear B2B marketing managers and business owners:

Do you wish you had compelling case studies, white papers, and a kick-ass blog to engage customers and generate more leads?

Do you need well-written website copy, but it always comes out sounding like DVD Player instructions?

Do you wish you could find a freelance writer who understands that the word “kick-ass” is sometimes okay to use on a business website?

Finding time to write all your own materials is tough. Finding the right freelance writer can be tougher. If you’ve struggled to come up with quality website content or other projects while also getting a million other things done in a day, let me make this promise to you:

You CAN get professionally written marketing materials, WITHOUT headaches and WITHOUT writing a single word.

How can I make such a bold claim?

Hi. I’m freelance writer Angie Mansfield, and I’m here to save you.

Angie Mansfield, Freelance Blogger and CopywriterI have seven years of experience working with marketing managers and business owners just like you.

I understand how important your time is. I also understand how crucial it is to deliver high-quality informational and educational content to your customers and prospects.

From the start it was clear that Angie not only understood our needs, but was invested in the project…[she] produced a flawless piece that we didn’t need to make a single edit to – something unheard of for us!

-Donna Vieira, InterlinkONE

 

Hire a freelance writer who “gets” inbound marketing.

These days, it’s not enough to come up with a cool ad concept or slick marketing brochure. In this digital world, customers have become more sophisticated, and they’re more resistant than ever to marketing spin.

That’s why many B2B and B2C marketers have shifted focus to inbound lead generation. Which is a boring way to say that they provide lots of free educational content to their prospects and ditch the hard sell.

Here are just a few reasons why:

  • Blogs produced at least one new customer for 43% of marketers in 2013.
  • According to Corporate Executive Board, B2B customers are usually at least 57% through their decision process before contacting a vendor. (Hint: You want YOUR materials to be the ones that help these prospects make up their minds.)
  • 80% of business decision makers prefer to get company information in a series of articles vs. advertisements.

Of course, embracing inbound/content marketing means that someone has to create all that content. Case studies, white papers, sales pages, blog posts — the list goes on and on. When you’ve already got a full plate every day, well…just the thought of all that writing can give you heartburn.

Angie […] is so versatile in her writing and can easily pick up on any topic that you give her. [She] has an amazing ability to change the tone and delivery of her writing to reflect the genre.

-Courtney Tobe, Tobe Direct

I’ll take care of the writing. You focus on looking brilliant.

I get it. Even though writing all that material yourself is overwhelming, handing it over to a new (to you) freelancer can be even more scary.

You can put your mind at ease by checking out what other clients have said about my services, then mosey over and take a look at my portfolio.

Here’s the gist of what you’ll get when you work with me:

  • Professionally written content and marketing materials that match your company voice.
  • Copy delivered within deadline, every time. You’ll be free to take care of other tasks instead of tracking down a freelancer the day projects are due.
  • A freelance blogger who understands how blogging works, what makes a good case study, and why white papers matter.

If you’re tired of neglecting other tasks to get your writing projects done — or worse, writing them in your “free” time — then click on the button below to send me an email. Let me know what sort of project you have in mind, and I’ll get back to you within 24 hours with a quote.

Running a busy marketing department (or whole business) is stressful enough. Don’t stress over your writing chores, too.