Jennifer Bourn

Designer, Content Strategist, Freelance Business Mentor
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Iā€™m a graphic/web designer and content strategist who helps small businesses build brands, create content, and grow profitable platforms. I offer live workshops, training/mentorship programs, and courses to help freelancers build better businesses.
ļ»æ superian@gmail.com ļ»æ Transcriptions aren't a replacement for taking good notes. They're also not a magic bullet meant to replace a good writer and they're not something that is used as-is. They're simply a tool to speed up the process and ensure you're using the client's voice. I've had great experiences using transcriptions in my writing process ā€” the trick is finding the right partner/expert/service. Not all transcription services/products/people are created equal.
I don't have pricing on my website because each package I create for clients is unique based on their needs and the scope of work. Also, I'm not a fan of putting your prices on your website unless you're selling non-negotiable, set packages that are the same for everyone. It's better for me to provide enough to pique interest and get interested people to a discovery call.
The biggest fear people have when investing in copywriting / content creation services is not having the content sound like they wrote it / created it. When you leverage interviews and transcripts, you're not using your words, you're using their words and polishing them up. This way the content sounds like the BEST version of them šŸ™‚
I'll get to this in a bit, but the trick is client interviews and transcriptions ā€” using the clients actual words and language as the draft content.
Hey hey! Welcome ā€” Here to answer any questions šŸ˜ƒ And hoping this is the right place!