The freelance writer behind Phrased with Purpose™
hi, I’m OYELOLA
pronounced as “oh-yeah-lola”
Words are my thing. They always have been.
As a professional services consultant, I’ve spent countless hours writing reports, proposals, presentations, articles, thought leadership, emails and website content for financial services clients. Over 7 years in an environment which values a high quality of communication has helped me cultivate the skill of using every word for a purpose.
Now, as a freelance copywriter, I’m committed to using those writing skills to help you and your business. My consulting experience has exposed me to a variety of industries which means I can speak your language!
Words are powerful. Arrange them in the right way and you deliver an even more powerful message.
That’s why I created Phrased with Purpose. My mission as a content writer is to help you string words together to capture an audience and create effective content with purpose.
why you should hire me as your writer
If you’re a consultant — As an ex-consultant, I’ve been there! It can be tricky communicating the value you deliver to clients. I understand your service model and know pain points.
If you’re a financial services business — I understand your products & services and can bridge the gap between industry jargon and plain English. Superannuation is my speciality!
If you’re in the business of education — I’ve spent years working with educators in multiple contexts. I love learning and know what motivates a learner to harness their growth.
If you’re none of the above — I’d still love to chat with you to see how I can help you. My experience extends to churches, not-for-profits and community organisations.
Contact me for a free, no-obligation phone consult!
Interested in hiring me to write your content?
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“When I write, I feel like a genius. When I speak, I feel like a toddler.”