If you’re anything like 98% of the founders who want to work with me

you need the emails written 3 weeks ago

Clock reversed

See, that’s the tricky thing about copy:

It needs time.
But it doesn’t wait well.

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Because users are signing up for trials – now.
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They’re scrolling through their inboxes – now.

Scoping out your features – now.

So every second spent on research – or worse, sitting on a waitlist – is another user churned.

Listen, that’s the way it goes with growth. You can’t ship until you can.
Squaring off that slot on a booked up calendar makes sense for the big pieces: the 2022 site relaunch…your onboarding sequence…plotting the entire user journey…

But the little spaces? The pieces in between?
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When your in-house team is swamped with admin and ebooks and webinars –
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When you need the work DONE – checked off, not talked about for hours in meeting after meeting –

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When it’s something pressing but not pivotal –

then you need a day rate.

Instead of waiting months…shelling out $10,000…
and clearing head space for a big project –
You get major MUST GET DONES checked off – in 6 hours.

One second, Nikki.

How valuable can 6 hours be?

Sometimes, you don’t need a lot of copy to make a big difference. I wrote ONE email – and this happened:

 In a single cold email to me, Nikki not only got me to open the email, hooked me from the first sentence and kept me reading throughout – but she also sold me in that very email on a $12,000 engagement to write emails I hadn’t even thought I’d needed prior to her cold email. If she can get a skeptical veteran copywriter – who knows all the tricks – to pony up five figures with a single cold email, imagine how her emails could sell less expensive products and services to people who are actually warm leads.

Joanna WiebeFounder, Copyhackers

P.S. About 3 emails later, Joanna recruited me to join her agency

as Email Copy Specialist.

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Ok, but what can I expect

you to get done?

Good question.
In 6 hours I:

wrote a self-segmenter sequence for Sprout Social

optimized a webinar show up sequence for Glowforge

plotted a Black Friday sequence for Awara Sleep – and wrote half of it

wrote a self-segmenter sequence for Sprout Social

optimized a webinar show up sequence for Glowforge

plotted a Black Friday sequence for Awara Sleep – and wrote half of it

Basically, in 6 hours, I can do some serious optimization, some intense planning, or some raw writing.

My day rates are great for:

Optimizing a FANT (free account to trial) or TTP (trial to paid) sequence

Writing a webinar show up or opt-in sequence

Writing 3-5 transactional or triggered emails

Mapping a highly detailed, highly segmented sequence – and writing a few key emails

"Ok, I want this project off my Trello board"

"Actually, this is a critical sequence"

Here’s how we squeeze value

from every minute

You give me the DL in a detailed questionnaire. What needs to get done. Why. How. And all the background info and research.

At 9 am Eastern, we’ll align with a quick 15-minute check-in. Clarify confusing things, make quick changes, set goals.

I’ll write, optimize, or plan whatever you need for the following 5 ½ hours. Typically, I’ll spend the first hour on research, the next two planning and writing, the fourth on more research to round things out, and the last hour and a half on editing. And, yep, you did your math right. I take an hour break to recharge my brain (and eat).

At 3:45 pm Eastern, we’ll reconvene with a 15-minute clarity meeting. Recap what we accomplished, clarify confusing things, and make sure you’re all set to implement.

PLUS: 

I’ll give you email support (and maybe even some Loom videos) for an entire extra week. Because sometimes you need time to process or still have questions. And I never want to leave you hanging.

"Ok, I want this project off my Trello board"

"Actually, this is a critical sequence"

Nikki has a calculation for everything — down to the order of your bullet points. She’s confident in her approach, explains everything, and backs up her thoughts. It’s awesome. 

Yakir MarkowitzCEO, Hiarc Group