As a Toronto copywriter, I've asked myself that question a million times.
How hard can it be to change the pot lights on the outside of my house? Sure, I'm a Toronto copywriter, so I tend to spend my time in front of my Mac with my feet planted firmly on the ground.
But really. How hard can it possibly be? All I need to do is grab my ladder, climb a few rungs, lift my arms, angle my hands, and boom. New lights.
Seems easy enough. Just one tiny problem.
I'm afraid of heights. And I don't actually own a ladder.
Which is why I called the light-changing truck with the cherry picker I saw parked outside of Home Hardware. Where am I going with this? Hear me out.
Copywriting is a lot like changing a light bulb on the second story of a house. It seems pretty easy until you actually get down to business and realize you're not really good at it or you're afraid to get it done on your own.
Give me a shout. I'm Jonathan Lewin, a freelance Toronto copywriter with a decade-and-a-half of experience crafting all kinds of content for all kinds of clients. That includes creative stuff like websites, print ads, brochures, and viral campaigns. And user experience stuff like UI content and help documentation.
Whatever type of Toronto copywriter you're looking for, I'm the guy you can count on to get it done right. I do it for web design firms. I do it for Fortune 500 companies. I do it for small businesses. And I'll do it for you. Unless you make ladders.
AVAILABILITY: January 30, 2017
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About Jonathan Lewin, Toronto Copywriter
Jonathan Lewin is a copywriter in Toronto who despises speaking in the third-person. So now's a good time to switch things up. I work just north of Toronto, but I travel as far as Waterloo to meet with clients when they want to see my face. I'm willing to travel even farther if your project is interesting enough. Or if you're based in Aruba. I love Aruba.
I got my start in the advertising biz, working for a midsize ad agency at Yonge & St. Clair in Toronto that shall remain nameless. OK, twist my arm. It was Bates Canada. May she rest in peace. I went solo in 2005, connecting with a number of ad agencies, web design firms, and marketing departments in Toronto.