Copywriting, SEO, and Content Marketing.

Meet me - a freelance digital marketing specialist who can help you with SEO, copywriting, email marketing, social media content and advertising. Along with helping you create an online identity. 

Who am I?

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I’m Tania Clarke. I write relatable, informative and conversational content. 

I specialise in blog content, website content, email campaigns, eBooks, SEO audits, SEO copywriting, content marketing strategies, sales pages, and social media content for businesses - small or large. 

My goal is to make your message persuasive with creative copywriting and SEO, so that people open their minds to you, and hopefully their wallets too.


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Effortless, elegant SEO optimised copy-writing turns heads. I'll take jumbled thoughts and words and put it all together in a creative and concise way that speaks to your target audience perfectly.

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Connecting with audiences is one of my greatest passions and I’ve invested a lot of time and effort into honing my skills as a marketing and communications specialist. Follow the link to read more.



What is it like to work with me?

"Tania owns product marketing and social media at SafetyCulture, in addition to being a critical part of content marketing. She’s a true utility player, adeptly handling challenges coming from all sides and reprioritizing as necessary. Under her watch, SafetyCulture’s social traffic has grown 14x and the product education she’s provided has enhanced the “stickiness” of onboarding customers. She’s open to new ideas and is constantly looking for ways to optimize existing campaigns or new strategies to implement for projects moving forward. At an interpersonal level, Tania is the kind of colleague who can influence the energy of the whole team with her positivity. She approaches each project with curiosity and enthusiasm. She’s pleasant, thoughtful, and constantly willing to help out her team members." - Kelli Simpson, Content Marketing Manager at SafetyCulture