Talk Copy to Me is a copywriting podcast for creatives and entrepreneurs who understand the value high-quality, strategic, and SEO copy brings to their businesses. Tune in to listen, learn, and laugh with host Erin Ollila, an SEO website copywriter and copywriting coach, and all of the incredible experts she interviews for the weekly show.
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Ever since elementary school, people have been telling me that I talk way too much. But what’s so wrong about having the gift of gab, especially if the conversation is enjoyable? (Answer = nothing at all.)
I created the Talk Copy to Me podcast to help you gain a better understanding of your overall marketing efforts and options. It’s my mission to make you feel excited, empowered, and inspired to share your products, offers, and services with the world — and most importantly, to encourage you to do it in a way that feels good for you and your business.
When I’m not working on the podcast, I’m working with everyone from big brands (think Oracle, ADP, Staples, and more) to tiny businesses (hey, there podcasters, photographers, designers and the rest of you creative folks), with the main goal of helping them present their business in the best possible light and attract the right leads who are ready to work with or buy from them.
The Talk Copy to Me copywriting podcast is soon recording its third season. I’m looking to interview experts who specialize in Pinterest, Google Search Console, Google My Business, and more.
If you think you have a topic our audience needs to hear about, let us know!
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