Are you an attorney who needs help marketing your firm? Do you want to practice law instead of write blogs? Why not turn over website writing and blog writing tasks to someone with the experience and expertise to help you? I've been a paralegal since 1985 and a writer since long before that.
Reasons to Hire Me:
- Attorneys are in the business of practicing law, not writing for websites. When a brief is due or you are preparing for depositions or trials, marketing tasks get the lowest priority. If you turn over those tasks to me, you don’t have to worry about them.
- A website that doesn’t get refreshed with new content often is disliked by the search engines - so your potential client that Googles “Atlanta _____ lawyer” won’t see your firm until page 10, if you never put new content on the site.
- I have 28 years of experience as a paralegal [for big firms, sole practitioners, corporate legal departments, etc.] so I understand the demands on an attorney’s time.
- You can talk to attorneys who will vouch for my writing and editing skills.
- I’ve spent 7 years as a blog writer and editor and written numerous articles for the web; I can email you links to my published work, including the blogs I currently write for attorneys.
- Attorneys need someone who can understand the Legalese and convert it to simple, plain language for a layperson. I speak fluent Legalese, and fluent Laypersonese.
- I have a Master's degree in Creative Writing and I bring creative skills and brainstorming abilities to the table. I can evaluate your website’s “look” and give you suggestions.
- I have worked closely with website designers, photographers, videographers over the years, and I can negotiate very favorable rates for you with those long-term colleagues of mine.
- My rates are much cheaper than the companies who "specialize" in writing lawyer blogs and websites.
- I don’t require a contract.
- I have a close friend and mentor who has been a marketing professional for over 20 years, and is always available to help me.
- I'm available to talk when it's convenient to you, not just 9-5.