Welcome to
The Copywriter on Call Podcast!

When you show up as yourself in business, you feel good in your work, so you're able to DO good for your clients and for the world.

But with so many “must-have” tactics and strategies online, it isn’t always easy to shed the “shoulds” and express yourself wholeheartedly.

on this podcast, Your host, Sara Gillis, and her guests drop-kick the tired ol’ strategies that everyone else is using and empower you to change the script to what makes you different, so you can show up online in a way that feels like, “That’s so me.”

"as a brand photographer, i love listening to podcasts that can help me become a better business owner. sara truly cares about helping her clients serve their people, and i know that will come through on her podcast, too."
- amanda m.

"truly cares about her clients"

"Copywriter on call is the new podcast to encourage you to own your uniqueness and use it to set your brand apart. Sara chats like a friend over coffee, leaving you with tangible steps and takeaways after every episode."

"Like a friend over coffee"

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A podcast for

business owners.




Hello, I'm Sara!

Your host, Sara Gillis, is a copywriter and the owner of What Sara Said. She helps female creative business owners, especially photographers and solopreneurs, stand out through words. After teaching writing and communication strategies for nearly a decade, Sara left education and launched What Sara Said to help business owners like YOU craft copy that’s word-magic for your ideal client.

On this podcast, you’ll find practical advice to uncover the brand voice that’s already within you so you can infuse your creative business with your stories and the heart behind your work. If you’re ready to feel confident in showing up as yourself online, passionate about what you offer, and fearless in communicating your value, the Copywriter on Call podcast is for you.

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