Hello, and welcome to my office! Let me ask you something real quick:

  • Do you want to attract more visitors to your blog?
  • Do you want to see more engagement and conversions on your website?
  • Do you want to publish regular content and still have the time and freedom to run your business?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you’re in the right place!

Content is king when it comes to building your brand and growing your business.

It’s how you get customers interested and talking about you. It’s how you connect with them. It’s how you stand out from the crowd.

But producing high-quality, engaging content takes time — time that could be better spent running your business, hanging out with your family, building model ships out of matchsticks, or whatever you’re into.

That’s where I come in. Pull up a chair and let’s get to know each other — I’ll go first…

Who Is David Carroll?

As you’ve probably guessed by now, I’m a freelance writer and content designer. I produce funny, inspiring, useful, epic content for people who don’t have the time to do it themselves.

I’ve been blogging since 2012, but have an aptitude for writing that extends as far back as my school and college days. In the last few years, I’ve co-founded a blog which has been featured in mainstream local and national media here in Ireland, published three books, and launched my own content-based online business.


My other half and I, at Titanic Belfast, serious-face mode [ON]

While generally easy-going and always up for a bit of craic, I take great pride in what I do and am committed to delivering content that gets results.

I also have a life outside of work. To prove it, here are a few random facts about me:

#1: I love music (especially rock and metal) and play a variety of instruments. I was a sound engineer in a previous life, and have been known to play guitar in the occasional band.

#2: Though born and raised in Ireland, a brief stint in the UK as a child has left me with a distinctly mixed Irish/English accent (think Aidan Gillen in Game of Thrones, but not quite as creepy).

#3: I’m a BIG fan of dogs. Whether strolling through the woods with our Bernese mountain dogs Lilly and Max or playing fetch with my sister’s relentless sheepdog Alfie, there’s no better company.

Now it’s your turn. If you understand the value of great content and you’re looking for help with it, I want to hear from you. Get in touch and let’s talk about what you need.