Copywriter for Small Business Owners

Hi! My name is Alicia Kamm & I run a copy shop that helps businesses attract more clients and stay on top of the SERPs.

For over 15 years, I've created content for Fortune 500 companies, solopreneurs, and the occasional rockstar (Aerosmith). While I cut my teeth working with large corporations and big brands, my heart belongs to small business owners. Most of my clients own service-based businesses. Lawyers, financial planners, consultants, coaches, real estate agents, and other professionals, hire me to connect with their audience online.

With over 15 years in marketing, I've learned a few things that will help you succeed online.

1. Words woo. There is no better way to build relationships, prove to you give a damn about your customers, and demonstrate your expertise online than the written word.

2. The law of reciprocity is everything. In business, you get what you give - online and offline. When you create content that solves your customers' problems, you'll attract more clients and retain business.

3. Organic traffic is the best traffic. Want to win in digital marketing? Play the long game. Organic traffic (free traffic vs. paying for traffic) provides the most value. When you create valuable content for your audience, they'll reward you with website visits, spend more time on your site, and as a result, you'll rank higher in search. 

*Note: As of September 2021, I have room for 1 more client. To snag your spot, contact me today at alicia@aliciakamm.com. 

"Alicia has been my content writer for several years. She is so wonderful at everything she does - writing, blogs, making suggestions for content, and optimizing SEO. She had several very relevant suggestions when we moved our office last year. This made our move much easier and more apparent to our clients. I recommend her wholeheartedly. She is not only talented but also is very easy to work with! 

Marsha Kirshenbaum, Kirshenbaum Law Associates

Six Dimensions of a Successful Global Risk Management Program

This article ran in Reason Magazine, an award-winning B2B insurance magazine. I interviewed Nick, VP of Corporate Global Services for FM Global, and wrote this article on his behalf. I often ghostwrite articles for executives, law firm partners, and senior leadership. Nailing a client's voice requires understanding their authoritative style, adapting the tone to match their personality and creating an article that forges a deep personal connection with the reader.

3 Lessons Smart Business Leaders Must Learn to Survive in the Age of Coronavirus

It’s hard to imagine that 2020 will be known for anything except The Year of Coronavirus. The emergence of COVID-19, deemed a pandemic by the CDC, is destroying lives, confining people to their homes like hostages, and bringing business as we know it to a screeching halt. Like the 2008 recession, there is little doubt that the coronavirus pandemic will change the business landscape forever. Read more by clicking the article link...

Can I Modify My Divorce Agreement?

As the old saying goes, “the only certainty in life is change.” If you’ve been through a divorce, you know how true this is. Change is consistent, no matter what life stage you’re in. What your life looks like now, after your divorce, is likely very different than it did during your divorce. The Rhode Island family court understands that change is inevitable. Incomes fluctuate, health issues arise and divorced parents may want or need to move out of the state causing visitation to change. When
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"Alicia is high energy, diligent, and conscientious about her work. She's super-talented, creative and versatile, a real asset to the projects on which we collaborated! In fact, she's become quite a good friend, thanks to her sincerity, her interpersonal skills and her abilities as an adept communicator."


Bob Gulla, Managing Editor, Reason Magazine

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