Over two decades of experience creating marketing content that educates and moves prospects to take action.
I specialize in:
✦email marketing (sales emails, autoresponder series, affiliate emails)
✦and much more.
In addition, I've authored over 250 articles in more than 30 newspapers, magazines and trade publications. Standout work: Mental health columnist for Health Care News for five years. Ten years as a feature writer and news columnist for Pacific Maritime Magazine. Article on Titanic published in Readers Digest.
Known to be highly responsive and collaborative, I can quickly pick up on a client's business and write in their voice.
I also bring additional value with my varied Online Business Management skills. Having worked with a myriad of business and executive coaches (as well as other small business owners), I am well versed in all the back-end tasks for running a successful business - and how copy and content fit into the overall marketing plan.
You can review select samples below.
Have a writing project on the go that needs help? Let's talk!
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✦“Kathy quickly understands the scope of each project and produces engaging email marketing copy for many of our webinars and program launches. I love leaning on her expertise!״ Cathy Wagner, CEO, RETAIL Mavens
✦“I hired Kathy to work on a web copywriting project and LinkedIn profile update. Kathy provided top-quality, timely work. She was very proactive and responsive and a pleasure to work with. I plan to hire her again and highly recommend anyone looking for a competent and capable copywriter to hire Kathy.” Casey Demchak, Copywriter & Consultant
✦"Kathy is an excellent copywriter. She is well versed in the principles of strategic marketing materials. I highly recommend her." Steve Slaunwhite, Author, The Everything Guide to Writing Copy
Landing Pages + Sales Pages
After a combined 50 years in practice caring for individuals from all walks of life, we saw a deeper need to help those in organizations manage the untold amount of stress that is occurring as work/home lives have melded together.
Maritime trade publications
Nearly a century ago, Lieutenant Ernest Larkin Jones was lost at sea. For decades, his surviving descendants, and the families of the other 55 seamen aboard the USS Conestoga had no idea what had happened to their loved ones.
Can you learn from a simulator? By Kathy A. Smith "You're hired!" ( I'm going to have to eat my words, thought Captain Fred Harding with resignation.) It was December 2, 2011, and he had been supervising a young man executing a variety of tugboat maneuvers on the Columbia River.
Ports around the world are facing increased security threats. Some threats are physical, but others are from ultra-suave computer hacking. As a result, security and technology personnel are stepping up their efforts to help ports, terminals and their supply chains mitigate risk. By Kathy A. Smith Ports around the world are facing increased security threats.
Other Published Articles