Content Services

You have messages to get out and need help crafting them. We can help.

Copywriting Content

Articles & Blogs

You Need This If:

You want to use web articles or blogs to update your audience about your organization’s products, services, or initiatives.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content of the piece; a draft article or blog; a feedback meeting; and a final article or blog incorporating your feedback.

Letters & Memos

You Need This If:

You want to send a memo or letter to a specific audience, such as staff or stakeholders, that may or may not contain sensitive information.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content of the piece; a draft memo or letter; a feedback meeting; and a final memo or letter incorporating your feedback.

Donor Letters
(Direct-Mail)


You Need This If:

You want to send a persuasively written financial request to a targeted list of contacts in order to build up your organization’s finances.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the requirements of the piece and the mailing house; a draft fundraising letter; a feedback meeting; and a final letter incorporating your feedback.

Email Campaigns


You Need This If:

You want to use an email campaign to update your audience about your organization’s products, services, or initiatives.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content of the campaign; a draft set of emails; a feedback meeting; and a final set of emails incorporating your feedback.

E-Solicitation Campaigns
(Fundraising)

You Need This If:

You want to send a persuasively written financial request to a targeted list of email contacts over a defined campaign period in order to build up your organization’s finances.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content of the campaign and the fundraising approach; a draft set of emails; a feedback meeting; and a final set of emails incorporating your feedback.

Email Newsletter

You Need This If:

You want to regularly update your audience about your organization’s products, services, or initiatives.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content and themes; a draft newsletter; a feedback meeting; and a final newsletter incorporating your feedback.

Media & Public Relations Content

News Release

You Need This If:

You want to release a written statement to increase public awareness of your organization’s products services, or initiatives.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content of the release; a draft release; a feedback meeting; and a final release incorporating your feedback.

News Release with Background Release


You Need This If:

You are releasing a written statement to increase awareness of your organization’s products, services, or initiatives but also need to explain several technical elements about this news.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content of the releases; a draft release and draft background release; a feedback meeting; and a final release and background release incorporating your feedback.

Media Q&A or Stakeholder FAQ


You Need This If:

You expect to receive follow up questions from the media or interested stakeholders after making an announcement and need a document that lays out potential questions and suggested answers to help you prepare.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content of the Q&A/FAQ document; a draft set of questions and answers; a feedback meeting; and a final Q&A/FAQ document incorporating your feedback.

Key Messages


You Need This If:

You need a one-page ‘elevator pitch’ for your position on a given topic that lays out suggested talking points you can use with staff, clients, stakeholders, media, and the public.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content of the key message document; a draft set of key messages; a feedback meeting; and a final key messages document incorporating your feedback.

Public Speaking Content

Short Speech
Approximately 5-10 minutes long

You Need This If:

You’ve been invited to give a short speech (about 5-10 minutes long) and want to wow your audience.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content of the speech and get a feel for the speaker’s voice; a draft speech; a feedback meeting; and a final speech incorporating your feedback.

Keynote Speech
Approximately 15-45 minutes long


You Need This If:

You’ve been invited to be the main draw at a conference or similar event and are expected to deliver a speech that will captivate the audience for 15-45 minutes.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content of the speech and get a feel for the speaker’s voice; a draft speech; a feedback meeting; and a final speech incorporating your feedback.

Edited Speech
Approximately 5-10 minutes long


You Need This If:

You’ve written a speech on your own but feel like it could use a professional polish to impress your audience.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content of the speech and get a feel for the speaker’s voice; a draft speech; a feedback meeting; and a final speech incorporating your feedback.

Converted Speech
Approximately 10-20 minutes long


You Need This If:

You have a lot of material and some speaking notes already written but need help pulling it all together into a clear and concise speech.

What You’ll Get:

A meeting to discuss the content of the speech and get a feel for the speaker’s voice; a review of existing materials; a draft speech; a feedback meeting; and a final speech incorporating your feedback.

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