If You Can’t Write, Call.
Hi. My name's Steve Stafford. If you need freelance copy, concept or creative direction, you’ve come to the right place. I’m a freelance copywriter/creative director based in Dallas, and I work with agencies and clients throughout the US.
If you’d like to discuss a project or find out more, just shoot me an email at email@example.com or give me a call at 214.597.0980. It’s that easy.
Well Lookie, Lookie Here.
Dallas Stars - Multiple Awards
German Technologies - National Addy Gold. And yes, it's in English.
Robomower - 30,000 hits from a single ad placement.
Texas Instruments - 400% increase in lead generation
American Oil Change Association - Revenues more than doubled in one year
Great American Smokeout - Multiple Awards
323 Luxury Townhomes - Response exceeded client expectations.
Hilton Employee Recognition - Program participation up 300% in first year
Limbs For Life - Concepts for a costume party with a Saturday Night Live theme.
Investability Ads - Ads for a site that helps investors find good rental properties
EDS - I also do long stuff, like newsletters…
BRINKER - ...and employee communications…
B2R - …and white papers…
Buxton - …and case studies…
Blue Cross Blue Shield - … and collateral
I've handled just about every type of project there is: ads, broadcast,
websites, collateral, point of sale, promotions, videos, blogs, white papers, and
so on. Just do that clicky-swipey thing and take a look.
Do I rock?
Actual comments from real, live, honest-to-gosh, client emails.
"You are a GEM!"
(Thank you, K. But compared to the folks at your agency,
I'm a mere semi-precious stone.)
"The client started crying!"
(NOTE: They meant that in a good way. It was a TV script
for a hospital's neo-natal intensive care unit.)
"I have a man-crush on your work."
(Well, K, as long as you pay for it, it's none of my
business what you do from there.)
"Thanks for pulling our butt out
of the fire on this one."
(No thanks are necessary, M. When you're freelance, every
emergency sort of looks like an opportunity. ;-)
"It's really great to finally work with
a writer who 'gets it.'"
(Thanks, R. I try to get it as much as I can.)
"Dude, you rock!"
(No, A., you rock. I just roll.)
"This is great. It's going to be hard to narrow down to just three or four to show the client."
(Pick whatever you like, M. But #3 is going in my book.)
(Yooooou're very welcome, W.)
I'm Soooo Embarrassed.
My FAQ section started out really good, then somehow got horribly and tragically sidetracked. It talks way too much about me. And bears. And Dean Martin, blasting caps, and other things that just shouldn't be in there. I don't know how it happened. I'm so sorry.
We Need To Talk.
Need more information? I'd be happy to answer questions. Want to
discuss a project? Even happier. Just call. Or email or text. I'm really not picky about that.