I work with ambitious, talented, big-hearted people who use technology to make the world a better or more imaginative place
I’m a copywriter and digital marketer and I use my craft to help spread optimism.
Living in a world that can appear so greedy and cold at times, it’s easy to be disheartened by that. But I refuse to believe we can’t make things better, even if it’s just by drawing a big line around a positive group of people and shutting everyone else out.
The people I work with are inspired, driven, and determined to succeed with their ideas. Often, they have taken a negative experience and turned it into a positive.
I want to peddle more of that.
To the future. One big bold idea at a time.
When you go all in on a really BIG idea, you want a copywriter who knows how to help people understand your solution. So it sells.
You need a copywriting partner who will support you in your mission to challenge the status quo, working as a team to realise your goals.
“Natalie has brought style and smarts to our work. It’s a real pleasure working with someone so genuine and invested.” ~ Anna Karadzhova, former digital marketing agency CEO
Copywriting services for futurists
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I offer a quick-fire copywriting consultancy service called Dig Your Heels In to help you get back on track with your copy or marketing efforts.
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For anything else, let me know where you’re up to on this incredible journey of yours and we’ll figure out what help you need.
“Natalie can verbalize and conceptualize ideas in a clear manner, resulting in coherent, well thought out and imaginative projects. She is also friendly and thoughtful, taking on board other people’s input, making decisions in a timely and consistent manner.” ~ Katie Steed, Creative Director at Slurpy Studios
Something to think about…
The 5 principles of voicing your wondrously BIG idea to change mindsets and change hearts
How to let people know what’s coming next with technology and move them on from old ways of thinking — a free guide