Turn page visits into paying customers with copy that’s clear, concise and irresistibly creative. Don’t have a tone of voice yet? Maisie’s got that covered, too.
For high-converting copy that sounds like you and is geared up ready for those search engine crawlers.
SEO website copy
For on-brand copy that makes packaging, brochures and points of sale ooze with finesse and flair.
marketing collateral copy
For personality-fuelled copy designed to promote engagement and keep the conversation flowing.
Social + email copy
Whether you're planning ahead or needed copy done yesterday, Maisie prioritises a stress-free onboarding process so you can get back to focussing on your business. Just send a message with what you have in mind using the contact form, and Maisie will get back to you within 48 hours with an accurate quote.
If you'd like to go forward, Maisie will send an invoice for 50% of the project fee along with a brand discovery questionnaire. You'll also be invited to schedule a call to clarify any questions, before your vision is left in the capable hands of The Luxury Copywriter! After any amends have been made and you're 100% happy, you'll receive an invoice for the remaining balance.
Every project quote is value-based, taking into consideration the size of your business and ROI of the finished product. A 5-page website for a small business averages at £3000, which includes time for scoping out the purpose of the copy, competitor analysis, SEO research and 2-weeks worth of revisions.
For email copy investment starts at £200, social posts at £50 and brochures are POA. For ongoing copywriting needs, Maisie also offers a competitive retainer service.
In an increasingly digital landscape, maintaining a “human touch” has never been more important. While automation and AI technology become the norm, customers are craving purpose-led, value-driven brands to follow, support and share their allegiance; brands with a soul. Brands with a face. Brands with a story.
Not only are humans hard-wired to tell and engage with anecdotal and predictable tales (think protagonist, sense of conflict and resolution) but they also hold the power to provoke a deep and emotional response. As neuroscientist Paul J. Zak explains, a compelling narrative can stimulate the release of oxytocin, a chemical in the brain that encourages trust, connection and empathy.