Don’t Be Boring.
Too many purpose-driven, inspiring companies describe themselves in a way that’s tooth-achingly boring. Hire me and even your morose, bored teenage nephew will think what you’re doing matters.
Because it does.
GET MORE PROFITABLE LEADS
Marketing copy that draws people in with funny, honest language that’s as simple and satisfying as popping bubble wrap.
STRENGTHEN BRAND AWARENESS
Story-driven marketing values connection above credibility, yet achieves both (unlike the tooth-achingly boring crap your competitors are using).
Authoritative and well-researched content marketing that won’t make people’s eyes glaze over like sad, day-old gas station donuts.
What inspires you that also inspires your clients?
What pisses you off that also pisses off your clients?
50 percent of branding is being able to answer these two questions. Think about it:
You’re an entrepreneur because you recognized that the accepted way of doing X actually sucks. That’s obvious to you, but people are maddeningly resistant to change. Does that piss you off? Good! That means we’re inspired and annoyed by the same things.
I make your life easier, save you time, and make your marketing blossom.
I get your messaging crystal clear and write top-shelf copywriting that speaks to your clients’ needs and aspirations, making you more memorable, more credible and ultimately more profitable.
“I’ve worked with a handful of copywriters throughout my career in marketing, and John stands out because he does his research. Although some topics can appear very highbrow, he has a way of making them relatable and interesting.”
- Ryan Parks, Marketing Manager
Working with me is easy:
1) Schedule a Consult
(It takes seconds!)
In our initial meeting, we’ll discuss your aspirations, needs and marketing strategy.
2) Build a Plan
If we’re a good match, Garvington Creative will build a marketing plan tailored to your business.
3) Wheels Up!
Once approved, I carry out the plan while you focus on making your clients happy.
“It’s always a special treat to have John writing on my pages.”
- The internet