In the time that it takes you to read this sentence, people around the world send approximately 1,180,556 search queries to Google.[1] When we properly target the keywords our customers are searching for, analyzing their search intent, and crafting high quality content that meets their needs — that’s how we tap into the potential of those millions of searches. I’m Liam Shotwell, SaaS content writer and the ambassador you need to connect with new customers. They’re out there searching for the answer to their problem, and you’re the solution. Let’s reach your customers together.

Contact FAQ

Some frequently asked questions and answers that might help you with our correspondence.

How do I get high quality content for my SaaS website?

Simple! Start by reaching out to me with the link above. We’ll talk about your business, your customers, your goals, and how we can work together to achieve them. If you have a content plan already, I’ll jump right in. Otherwise, let’s talk to come up with a plan together!

How long until I get an answer?

I will respond to you within 48 hours. If I’m busy and I’m not able to begin discussing your project, I will send you a message with details of my delay.

What payment methods do you accept?

I currently accept Zelle, PayPal, Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Monero (XMR).

Can you deviate from SaaS and business technology topics?

Yes, I can do projects outside of my niche. However, I will prioritize SaaS and B2B technology clients, meaning your project may take longer than expected. My best suggestion is to contact me so we can talk. If I’m terribly busy, I don’t mind offering you some suggestions for alternative options if I’m too busy to assist, or we can make a plan to tackle a project of yours once I’m free.

[1] I calculated this using data from Divide 8.5 billion searches per day by 24 to get how many searches per hour. Then divide by 60 to get searches per minute. Then I used to convert the sentence to minutes, then multiplied my results. Send me a message if my math is wrong or out of date!