Have high-traffic pages that aren’t converting like you need them to? I write copy for your core website pages to move prospects more through your funnel.
Instead of obsessing over open rates and subject lines, I’ll help train your subscribers to expect value from your emails. If you need emails that materialize in more leads, demos and sales, I’m your guy.
If you have a specific campaign in mind or are looking for an evergreen demo page to generate more signups, I write campaign or launch-specific landing pages.
You should be regularly documenting your most successful customers’ stories with your product. I write case studies that help your sales team close deals faster.
Ideal for complex enterprise software with long sales cycles. I help put write product training material that helps your software champions get internal buy-in.
Iterative and ongoing content strategy shaped by customer data and feedback loops from the in-market assets we’ve developed.
Once you sign up, you'll be automatically charged at the beginning of every month.
Please note that same-day turnarounds are not available; the minimum fast turnaround time is 5 days. You can submit one request at a time.
You'll upload all your customer research, information, and details to your own Notion board.
The more comprehensive the information you provide, the higher the quality of the copy you'll receive.
I'll complete the work within a 1-2 week turnaround time, depending on the complexity of the deliverable.
We'll both work through revisions until you're satisfied. I use various tools like Figma for wireframes, Google Docs for written content, Zight for explainer videos, and Notion for project organization.
I typically respond to inquiries within 1-2 business days.
“Sprout Social Enterprise Acquisition Landing Page (V2)”
Rob Norris is a seasoned entrepreneur based in Charlotte, North Carolina who has started multiple business ventures over the years.
His ventures include EnergyXchain, patent backed blockchain software for the Energy sector; Empowered, a benefits enrollment platform sold to Aflac; Vialogix, a web development firm; and he now publishes a tech newsletter called Launch Key.
But traditional health insurance was always a hurdle. Rob felt it was designed more for corporations and their employees, leaving small businesses and the self-employed facing high costs for little use. With CrowdHealth, that changed.
Self-employment exposed Rob to the challenges of health insurance (i.e. the Medical Industrial Complex). Despite being minimal users of healthcare services, he and his wife found themselves with a questionable return on their high monthly insurance cost."The traditional insurance model was literally only for catastrophic coverage for us," Rob points out. The murky waters of healthcare pricing, alongside high annual out-of-pocket costs, intensified the issue.
The traditional setup, he felt, penalized individuals for entrepreneurship by imposing steep premiums with scant assurance of coverage when you actually need it. Pay high monthly premiums, get sick once per year, and everything still out of pocket.Traditional health insurance felt like gambling with your earnings, where the house almost always won. This facet discourages not just Rob but many others keen on launching their own ventures from the corporate springboard.