Really small businesses deserve help, too.

 

You know you need new website copy. You’re not sure you can afford it, but you don’t know how to do it yourself.

That’s where I come in.

At Kelley Gardiner Copywriting, the goal is cut to the heart of conversion and communication problems. 

So you can have that new website copy you KNOW you need. Without a five-figure marketing budget.

And we try to make it fun too. Because life’s too short to make it a freaking grind!

"Thorough, thoughtful, and professional."
Garett Gunderson
Wealth Factory/RipWater
Kelley wearing a rain coat

A little about Kelley

I peaced out from my day job in 2014. I was always writing on the side, but that’s when I really started in earnest—from fact-checking the music listings for the local alt weekly to writing “best cookies in town” listicles.

For the last five years, I’ve been 100% laser-focused on how website copy works. (When I’m not thinking about cookies.) I love helping small business owners get better results and feel more confident about sharing the online portion of their work.

My mission is to help you build a business that fits your life. 

Choose me if:

    • You want to be part of a community of small businesses that support each other
    • You could use a calm, steady presence in your work life
    • Your brand voice is: upbeat, positive, friendly, slightly quirky, bold, or exciting

Don’t choose me if:

  • Your business promotes weight loss as a goal in itself
  • Your brand voice is the actual voice of a zombie (too scary)

Let’s get to know each other

I live in Portland, Oregon—born and raised!—with my husband Brian and our two young sons.

Last TV show I binge watched: Succession
Best concert I’ve been to: Neil Young
Volunteer work: Columbia Slough Watershed Council Paddle Team, Adopt One Block, Human Solutions

You can find me on Instagram and LinkedIn. Let’s hang out.

5% of my profits each quarter go to nonprofits that help keep our neighbors housed, safe, and thriving.

Q1: Red Lodge Transition Services
Q2: Taking Ownership PDX
Q3: Outside In
Q4: p:ear