I’ll write your long-form B2B SaaS blog posts.

I’ve written blog posts for companies like Drift, SaaStock, CXL and Backlinko.

What they say about working with me

“Emily was great to work with on a piece of original research. She was responsive, providing regular updates and answering any questions. Her finished article was extremely well done – it followed the format of Backlinko’s previous studies, which made my job much easier. I would definitely recommend her if you’re looking for a quality, data-driven content writer – and I’d happily work with her again in the future.”

Brian Dean, Backlinko


I base my freelance writing quotes on a per-project basis. This means you’re paying for the finished content, rather than the time it takes me to create it.

My rates for writing long-form blog posts start from £650, but these quotes vary depending on the amount of research needed, topic complexity, length, and brief.

Send me an email with full details of what you need, and I’ll get back to you with a quote within 72 hours.


To give you an example of how we can work together, here’s an example of my typical process. Timelines are for illustrative purposes; if you need things sooner we can discuss this, or if your post is particularly in-depth, on a very niche subject, or requires extensive additional research, timelines may vary. 

To kick things off, email me with your:

  • Blog post topic
  • Desired length (a rough ballpark is fine)
  • Any supporting material from your company (blog posts, web pages, videos etc)

…and I’ll send a custom quote within 72 hours.

If you decide to go ahead, I’ll send a contract for you to sign, along with an invoice for 50% of the balance to secure your spot.

Then I’ll get started.

I’ll deliver an initial outline for you to review within one week. Assuming you’re happy with that, and once you’ve signed off on the outline, I’ll deliver the full draft within two working weeks.

If there’s something you want to change in my draft, don’t panic. My rate includes one free round of revisions, if we don’t get things spot-on first-time.