The agency copywriter with a magic megaphone
Your clients will benefit from my writing skills and digital marketing knowledge. I know my onions and can cut the mustard – making voices heard and helping organisations flourish.
I love working with digital agencies serving purpose-driven brands and those in personal finance.
Not all copywriters are the same. Choosing a generalist for a specialist topic can backfire:
- The copy doesn’t hit the mark and results in lots of painstaking amends
- Your clients don’t have confidence in your copywriter and want to write the content themselves
- The results prove underwhelming, and your clients are left unhappy
Keep reading below to learn how I can ease your content headaches and ensure every project runs smoothly.
Finish your projects faster
Get paid on time
Results to keep your clients happy
Step right this way
There’s no point in creating new articles for the sake of it. Every piece I write, from blogs and print pieces to thought leadership, has a clear outcome and purpose in mind.
A great story starts with grabbing attention, and then holding it line-by-line until the viewer is left wanting more. Say goodbye to boring video scripts for your clients.
Too many websites are let down by lousy copy. They might look fantastic but don’t get close to delivering a great return on the initial investment.
I’m Jamie Graham
A freelance copywriter from Edinburgh.
Having worked in digital agencies for several years, I’ve got a detailed understanding of what everyone wants from their written content.
I was inspired to write from a young age after reading Roald Dahl’s stories. Many more years later than I care to count, I love writing more than ever. It means the world to me to do it for a living.
I guarantee to send my work on time, so you’ll never hear me make excuses for being late.
Having also worked as a digital marketing manager, I know how to get results.
Easy to work with
I’ve seen what happens when freelancers are a pain in the neck. I keep things simple and effective.
An eagle eye
I care about every detail of every project, from sending emails to delivering excellent work.
"Whenever we are working with a client who would benefit from copywriting support, I immediately recommend Jamie as he is talented, trustworthy and takes the time to understand the client’s goal in order to deliver exactly what they need."
James Tulloch – Project Manager, Daysix
“Jamie is an excellent copywriter, and has worked with us on some of our big brand clients. His work is of a high standard, always returned promptly and with great attention to detail. Jamie is also lovely to work with: reliable, responsive and enthusiastic."
Heather Murray – Managing Director, Beesting Digital
“Jamie is a very talented writer and a bloody nice guy. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Jamie in a client-agency relationship and as a freelance resource to tda! Jamie is quick to brief, asks great questions and comes up with creative copy that delivers. We view Jamie as an extension of our own team and I’m very happy to recommend him. "
Michael Salmon – Managing Director, The Digital Age
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