Hi, I'm Taylor Mason, the Principal here at Talemaker.
I’m not great with math (I’m more of a “words guy”) but bear with me here: more members = more money for your coworking space.
And more money is good, right?
That’s why I help coworking spaces across North America to get more paying members and boost their bottom lines using direct-response copywriting.
And I can help you do the same starting right now.
So, let’s get to work.
Here’s how I can help you achieve your goals.
Direct-response copywriting is multifaceted. I’ll help you identify and leverage the right tools, approaches, and platforms to reach and engage your prospective members and to add extra value for your existing ones.
Writing words is one thing. But writing great copy that drives membership sign-ups is a totally different story. I’ll provide you with strategic, impactful copy that connects with your target audience and converts them into paying members.
Integration with existing partners
If you’ve already got marketing partners in place, I’ll integrate seamlessly into your existing strategy and team and work collaboratively with them to achieve your goals.
There are plenty of great copywriters out there. But what really sets me apart is my top-tier client service which means you’ll actually enjoy your experience working with me.
A bit of a backstory about me
I’m a third-generation communications professional
I come from a long line of communicators. It’s in my blood. I grew up surrounded by writers, journalists, publishers, editors, designers, and musicians. I’ve had a passion for finding innovative ways to communicate since I was a kid.
I’m a recovering PR guy
I started my career in the ultra-competitive world of public relations agencies before transitioning to content marketing. I spent many years creating and leading award-winning campaigns for global brands spanning nearly every industry imaginable. My time in PR taught me to be adaptable and empowered me to become an expert in positioning and selling almost anything. These core skills set the foundation for what I do today.
I’ve developed a personal passion for coworking
When I left PR and went out on my own as a consultant, I got bored, lonely, stagnant, and burnt out working at home alone all day. So, I moved into a coworking space and it helped me to socialize, build my network, and learn new skills. That’s why I’m able to talk the talk, walk the walk, and connect coworking spaces with prospective members: I’ve been on both sides of the fence and I understand the coworking business.