Jellydigio provides services to startups, SMEs and government or third sector organisations
Based in Glasgow, Jellydigio is the brainchild of Beth Faulds, veteran of more than two decades in the IT industry. Offering freelance and contract copywriting and web design services, over the years she’s helped everyone from a Police Force to a fashion stylist to design and build their web sites and populate them with delicious content. She's guided a government organisation on data visualisation and social media and many more stories like these.
Ever since I was six years old, I wanted to be a writer. Sure, making up stories is fun - I write science fiction too! - but I pay the bills with my knowledge of content marketing and copywriting abilities. I have been a content editor for one of the largest hoteliers in the world, and a developed texts for hundreds of smaller, ghostwriting jobs. I'm the magic bullet, the one you call when you need an article, a sales description or a social media post, fast.
What can I write for you?
Whether as a ghostwriter or a credited name on your team, here are some of the benefits my work can bring you:
Unique blog or web page text in technical, online retail and formal business English as appropriate
Understanding of SEO considerations such as Latent Semantic Indexing etc
Knowledge of business needs, and corporate IT experience as well as content editing
Experience working for national and international clientele
Wit, humour and gravitas where necessary
Self-proofing techniques to cut down revisions
Work ethic and pragmatism, honest and transparent dealings
Curiosity about the world and love of learning new things!
Jellydigio + You: our origin story
I talk to my clients and find out what they need, instead of trying to fit them into a cookie cutter package and budget. My experience in corporate IT and small business helps me get to the essence of what my clients need, and sometimes it's not what they originally thought!
The best way to find out is by asking, and this is why step one of my process is to talk to you.