Content Creative Partner Services

Girl, it's time to stop spinning your wheels when it comes to marketing your fiction books and editing services.

You’re here because you understand what it takes to stand out in the writing world. You totally get that the “buy my book” Instagram posts don’t work. You’re aware that just spamming people with emails about your writing business won’t get clients signing up for your services. 

But you find yourself overwhelmed at the mere thought of marketing your fiction work:
 

What should I post on Instagram?

Should I even have a newsletter if I’m not published yet?

What kind of things should I be writing about to bring in more editing clients?

I know I should send emails, but about what?

Does anyone really care about what I have to say?

I have way too many ideas! What should I be doing first?
 

I’ve been there, girl! And after years of trial and some serious error, I can tell you that the struggle is real.

 

But what if I told you that you can be successful in marketing your books and services?

Deep down you know you can be because you’re here.

You want that community of raving readers who stay up late at night reading your books.

 

You want your editing calendar to book out months in advance because your services are in such a demand.

 

You want to be confident in marketing your books and editing services.

 

You want to spend more of your time writing and editing fiction instead of getting sucked down the marketing rabbit hole.

 

Most importantly, you want to share your talent for storytelling with the world.

As a YA fantasy and sci-fi author, I wanted the same things. And, just like you, I was struggling for the first 3 years as a writer!

 

I published three books that I spent a solid year writing with no marketing plan, wondering why my Amazon Dashboard was looking sad.

 

I jumped into a freelance writing business after having my daughter, struggling to gain clients and traction. Again, no content and no marketing.

 

Now we both know better!

Let me tell you, as a writer you already have a leg up in the content marketing game.

You just need to put all the marketing pieces together into a plan that works with your brand.

When you  put that puzzle together, you'll have the magic you need to succeed!

A clear plan on how to use content to boost your fiction author business.

 

A growing community of fans that can’t wait to buy your books.

 

A steady flow of editing clients coming to you (and not the other way around!)

 

A consistent presence on social media because you’ll never have to wonder what you need to post. 

 

More time to write that next novel or edit more wonderful stories.

I’ve been able to accomplish this because I had creative partners who helped me in my career.

And lady, I want to help you gain all of this and more!

Content Creative

Partner Services

You know how to tell a story.

 

You know how to write words that move people.

 

You never run short on creative ideas.

All you need now is someone to help you put it all together into a content marketing plan that shares your writer brand with the world, builds your tribe, and creates a profitable writing business. 

 

Whether you're just starting a fiction writing business or looking to scale your editing business in a way that makes sense for you, marketing is essential to making it in the writing world.

And you deserve to do it right!

Margaret is a life-saver for the

overwhelmed authorpreneur!

She listened to my ideas, got to know my brand, and swiftly created a plan to organize my schedule, social media, and emails to effectively reach my audience. No more erratic posting, missed deadlines, or last-minute panicking because I forgot a newsletter was due! She’s a jewel and I love getting to work with her.

Katie Phillips

Fiction Editor and Author Coach

What's Included in This Monthly Service

 Consulting Calls

Twice a month, we'll get on a 30-minute video call to check in on the status of our work as well as l brainstorm ideas for social media posts, newsletters, blog posts, courses, etc.

Content Calendar

We'll create and update your content calendar so you'll always know what to post on social media, email to your fans, and when to launch any courses, webinars, etc.

Content Production

I'll write and design two pieces of content for you so there’s less on your marketing plate. That content can be a:

  • Newsletter

  • Blog post (up to 500 words)

  • Targeted email

Course Production

Once a quarter, I'll write and design that e-course, webinar, or writer course that you've always wanted to launch but didn't have time to put together. 

When we start working together you'll gain:

You'll have a solid marketing plan every month that is on brand and works with your schedule. 

You'll know exactly what to share on social media that will engage and grow your tribe.

You'll send out that author newsletter on time every month that will turn your subscribers into loyal fans regardless of whether you're published or not.

You'll have more time to write or take on more clients because you have a partner taking on some of the marketing work for you.

 

What Makes Me Your Next Content Creative Parnter?

I’ve worked in the digital marketing space for over 10 years. I started blogging for Yahoo!'s beauty vertical in 2008 as a way to get back to my love of writing after years of chasing a "safe job." I got my first taste of the editorial world where creativity meets deadlines and brand standards. 

When I become a mom in 2012, I left my day job to work for myself as a freelance writer and social media manager.  While my little one played under my desk, I wrote content and managed social media profiles for a variety of clients, including a TV review site. 

Fast forward to 2015, I landed my first full-time job as a Senior Web Editor for an upscale beauty magazine. Then I moved on to a Content Strategist role for a large franchise company where I manage the content from idea to production.

But I never lost my love for writing for YA Fantasy and Sci-Fi novels. After coming home from my day job, I was writing stories with a dream of being a successful writer. 

And I still do! Only this time, I figured out a way to marry my professional experience with a writing community I've been a part of for years. You see, a lot of the marketing advice out there is solid but it's missing one key thing:

How it can be applied to products that feature swords, sabers, and elemental magic. 

That's how the Content Creative was born and I seriously cannot wait to work with you!

 

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