Rebecca Adams is an English language teacher turned freelance writer. She works with you to improve the way you communicate with clients and potential clients through writing and blogging.
Whether you need a coaching session around ideas for your blog posts, you are not writing the content you want to write and would like some creative input, you have doubts about grammar and syntax and need constructive feedback or, you are looking for a writer who will write for you, Rebecca can tune her expertise into your needs.
Rebecca shows you how writing about your business can:
- drive traffic to your website
- keep your advertising costs down
- connect you to people who are interested in becoming clients
- give added value to existing customers, helping you to provide great customer service
- set you up as an authority and enhance your credibility
After studying a BA (Hons) in Literature and Spanish, Rebecca spent 18 years teaching and coaching in Spain. She began her career teaching English at the University of Cantabria and later became Head of Languages at an International School in Andalusia, before going on to work in teacher training with the Department of Education. Whilst living in Spain, she also freelanced as a speaker and collaborative writer with the educational publisher, Macmillan Iberia.
Along the way, she learnt many skills (including a thing or two about language and communicating) and now combines this experience and versatility to support the way you communicate and attract clients as a business.
Rebecca teaches writing courses and workshops locally and runs an annual writing retreat in Spain. She writes and delivers Creative Writing for Wellbeing courses for various organisations including South Glos Council and the charity Kinergy.
In 2010 Rebecca wrote her first blog to keep in touch with friends and family whilst in India. In 2016 she began her current blog Travel Write Change. Since then she has been learning how blogging, guest blogging, article writing, books, ebooks and SEO can help raise awareness of your business.
As Communications Secretary of the Sodbury & Yate Business Association, she’s supporting us to become more visible and grow as an association.
Read her blog Travel Write Change
To find out more, please email Rebecca at the address below.