Let’s be honest. You have a lot going on.

Most of your to-dos are things only you can do. Driving sales, strategizing company direction, defining the product—those are “you things.” If you could outsource them, you would. But they’re in your court, and they keep you plenty busy, thank you very much.

Guess what? Writing doesn’t have to be a “you thing.”

Blog content, newsletter, and website copy? You can hand those off to me.

Especially if you:

  • Deliver pain-resolving value but don’t know how to explain it in your customers’ words.
  • Tried to write content but found it came out like all wrong, like a tangled up slinky.
  • Want to start a newsletter, but don’t know which platform to choose or what to write about.
  • Toss topics on your blog like spaghetti on a wall, hoping one of them will stick and earn conversions.
  • Struggle with consistency and consistent quality.

Wouldn’t it be nice to get it all done AND have a little more brain space?

To work from your strengths, not your weaknesses?

What I do

Writing that connects you and your customer, without any fluff or gimmicks.


Build trust with your audience. Deliver consistent and fun content they want to read.


Impact more readers with clearer writing, formatting, and delivery.

What I’ve done

One of my clients jokes about the “Laura Bar”—the crazy high bar I set for any work I do.

Are we a good fit?

I’m not perfect for every business.

1. You care about people and relationships. 

People are at the heart of everything you do, and treating them with kindness and respect is one of your top priorities. That includes your customers and me.

2. You believe good content is an investment.

You have a minimum of $3,000 to invest in writing projects. Or, a minimum of $750 to invest in monthly content. You understand I’ll spend a lot of time getting to know your business, and you know quality work takes effort. You recognize the content, insights, and direction I provide will provide value to many parts of your business for years to come.

3. You trust me to do my work, but you want to be involved.

I always involve feedback and ideas from founders I partner with. That’s exciting to you, and you’re up for providing thoughtful, strategic feedback on any work I send you.

4. You understand that a message has to be clear before it’s anything else.

You could sell yourself in a flashy and easily-misinterpreted way. Or you do it in a plain-spoken and effective way. Given the choice, you’d take the latter. You know the main thing—the bottom-line important thing—is to get the right people to buy into your product.

5. You know where you want to go.

I want to help you get somewhere meaningful, and you know what “meaningful” looks like. We’ll work best if you have a target (audience, goal, outcome) in mind and an interest in figuring out the best way to get there.

For even more guidance, check out these FAQ.

Worth Repeating

Kind words from past and current partners.

“We’ve tried to hire full agencies and they paled in comparison to the work Laura has done. She brings fresh ideas, and cares about quality in a way that not enough people do. She quickly learned our voice and has even helped us realize things we didn’t know about ourselves. If you’re struggling with growing a newsletter, honing your website copy or launching a content marketing campaign hire Laura.”

Andrew Askins

…I’m having a hard time finding things I would change. All my feedback falls along these lines:

“I really like this”

“This is great”

“Ahhh. Solid idea”

“Super smart”

Your work is so detailed that I think it’s perfect.

Bryan Chappell

“Laura has been an integral part of our small team. When you create content that matters, you have to have a deep understanding of your customers (their hopes, dreams and values) and its a hard thing to translate that into copy that creates real value. Laura has incredible insights and high integrity and has elevated our storytelling and customer experience. We couldn’t do what we do without her contributions.”

Greg Hilton

“When you’re running a business, wrangling copy can be so frustrating. Laura took that off my plate and helped with loads of internal documents, marketing materials, and website copy. She’s a fantastic partner.”

Sara Cannon

“Writing copy is not my strong suit at all and I was determined to get the best help. Laura was the answer. I felt like my ideas were fully understood and she was able to really get the message across in her copy. I’d highly recommend Laura for all your copy-needs!”

Ben Tossell

“Laura has saved me so much time. In addition, she was able to layout the wording with tone and personality.  She provided bite sized ”tools’ that I get to use as integral pieces of branding and developing the personality of the company. I am so proud to share her work everywhere!”

Starlitt Miller

Why don’t you say hello?

If I’m not traveling, I usually respond in 1-2 business days.

👋 Hi there, and thanks for your interest! As a heads up, I’m not accepting new clients until May 2022. That said, if you’d like to connect about projects later in the year or would like a bit of help finding a referral, don’t hesitate to send me a note at the email address below or on Twitter at @lauraebosco.

You’ll make my day if you include the following:

  • Your project: What are you cooking up? Do you need content, article refreshes, or the best chicken and dumplings recipe you’ve ever had? ( “all of the above” is an acceptable answer)
  • Your timeline: Do you want this yesterday? Next week? Next quarter? I’m usually booked out a few weeks, so this is key information.
  • Your budget: I get it, talking money can be awkward. But this is about protecting your time. My projects start at $3,000 and my monthly egnagements start at $750.
  • How did you find me: In the whole wide world of the internet, where did you run across my name?

Can’t wait to hear from you. 😊

P.S. If you have questions about my process or pricing, I answer some common questions on my FAQ page.