2019 year review, and an announcement
It’s the end of another busy year and I have once again realised that it’s been far too long since I’ve penned an update on all the work I’ve been doing. So as I log off for 2019, I thought I’d take a quick look over some of the highlights of my copywriting year. These have included…
- A feature-length supplement (around 10,000 words) about helicopters for FLYER Magazine
- Tonnes of product descriptions for a household name cleaning technology company
- Another two seasons of product descriptions for a big-name outdoor clothing company
- An article for a household name technology company
- Website copy for a well-known athlete
- Blog posts for a helicopter school
- Product descriptions and brochure copy for a big online flower delivery company
- Monthly blog posts for a well-known insurance company
There were many, many more projects and clients than I’ve written here, but I’d be here all day if I listed them all! Here’s a lovely testimonial I was delighted to receive from a happy client:
Rachel has worked with the Diane Modahl Sports Foundation (DMSF) on numerous occasions to ensure that our messaging is succinct, engaging and captures the essence of the brand. A registered charity, DMSF supports young people and their families to achieve their aspirations in spite of the difficult challenges they face. Working closely with the CEO and reshaping the content and context of the DMSF website Rachel delivered our key objectives, within the timeframe and on budget. Excellent communication skills, a team player and driven to inspire, I highly recommend Rachel and will continue to work with her in the future.
– Diane Modahl MBE
I’m now looking forward to 2020, and already have a busy schedule lined up for my return at the beginning of January. The New Year will see a bit of a change coming to this website: I’m changing my name, and I’ll henceforth be called Rachel Ramsay. I haven’t got married – the opposite – and I’ve taken a name on my dad’s side of the family tree rather than reverting to my difficult-to-spell maiden name. I’ll be launching my new domain and email address in January. This URL will still work, but it’ll redirect to the new domain.
All that remains is for me to wish you a very Merry Christmas, and do let me know if you’d like me to write anything for you in January or beyond.