Tel: 07889 821348
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Tel: 07889 821348
Email:

Lost for Words?

Caittom Publishing can find them for you

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Elaine's presentation style is really open and informative, adapting content to suit the audience.

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Katherine Record

Record Marketing Solutions

I'm Elaine Pritchard, chief copywriter at Caittom Publishing, and I believe that facts tell but stories sell.

Is your business or organisation making every word count in your website, on your blog, in newsletters and other promotional material?

Are you sharing stories that capture the attention and imagination of your ideal customers and persuade them into action - whether that is picking up the phone, sending an email or buying from you online?

I can help you raise your profile and find new business opportunities by:

  • Writing bespoke, professional content to establish you as an expert in your field.
  • Reviewing the stories you are currently sharing about your business online and in print and suggesting how they could be rewritten to have more impact.
  • Creating action plans and calendars of content that will help to create a buzz about your company.
  • Running workshops, and providing one-to-one coaching and support, to give you the confidence and knowledge to write about your business.

I make it my business to find out all about YOUR business and its goals. I will learn about your customers, their problems and how you can make their lives easier and better. Understanding your brand, your vision and your ambitions allows me to write in your authentic voice.

Read more About us and find out about the services I provide. 

Contact me for a free, no obligation chat about how I can help your business.

If you want to connect with me on social media, you can find me at:

On the Blog...

Working Women of Burton project

Stretton Parish Council is leading on a project to fill a gap in the archives and record the stories of the Burton and South Derbyshire women who played a major role in two world wars and progressed into local businesses and factories between 1914 and 1946. Could you help? Read more

 

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