How The Savvy Copywriter Came to Life
You May Know This Already But…
Kimberly Crossland has an unnatural obsession with the impact words can have on a person, business, and relationship. She has been known to wake up early on the weekends to explore new ideas for headlines, new directions for web content, and new strategies to help small businesses create a website that attracts the right people.
Call it SEO. Call it copywriting. Call it what you want.
The goal of the work done at The Savvy Copywriter is to enable you to create a powerful, MAGNETIC website that draws the attention of your target audience to your pages while repelling the people that may not be right for your business. When you become a part of The Savvy Copywriter community, you get unique insight to help you build a website that makes your business money while making you look good!
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The Savvy Copywriter exists to help …
… you find new ways to attract the right people to your business.
… put you in touch with the latest in the world of content marketing.
… give you a community where you can learn from a variety of marketers about how to make your business the success you know it can be.
If any of that resonates with you, and you want to stay in touch with what’s happening with the content marketing world, we suggest you subscribe to the weekly newsletter from Kimberly. Just enter your email address in the box to the right and you’re on your way to getting fun marketing insights delivered to your inbox. We know it’s a personal thing to hand over your email address, which is why we limit our contact (you won’t have to hear from us daily). It’s completely free to you to join and you’re welcome to unsubscribe anytime (although we doubt you will…).
Who is Kimberly Crossland anyway?
Kimberly Crossland is the founder, editor, curator, and chief writer here on The Savvy Copywriter. You can find Kimberly on Facebook, Twitter, or if you really want to get to know what makes her tick, Pinterest.