I’m Elizabeth Harrin.

I’m a copywriter and project manager.

I help business owners to build a successful company blog. Is that you? A successful blog drives traffic to your site, gains exposure for your business and helps get your execs recognition as the go-to authorities in their field. A blog underpins your content marketing strategy, helping you grow a profitable, competitive business in an increasingly digital world, so you can support your family, employees and community.

Before I tell you more about how I can help you do that, let me introduce myself properly.

I’ve been writing about women at work, business, and managing projects for over 11 years, and I’ve been published in print, trade press and even some magazines that you might have heard of. But mainly these days I write for the web.

My own award-winning blog is A Girl’s Guide to Project Management, one of the best known blogs in the project management space. It’s a blog that helps teams get work done with less stress. I also write (and ghostwrite) for a number of other websites. Some of my regular clients have become friends over the years, and I’ve helped many set up and grow their business blogs through bespoke copywriting: blog articles, web pages, white papers, downloads and templates and more.

Although my roots are in copywriting, I’ve seen a lot of small business blogs struggle. I’ve been providing informal social media strategy advice, help with list building and blog design to my clients for years. Now you can tap into that too! Find out more about the blog strategy and support services I offer here. It’s everything from a one-off blog audit to ongoing bespoke copywriting and more.

I’m the author of several books about project management (more on those over at and I speak at international conferences about project management and business.

I’d love to help you improve your business blog either with content marketing strategies or professional project management advice. Get in touch and let’s see how we can work together to rocket your blog forward.