You don't know me.

Let me tell you my story.

Who is Chris Help?

Hi, I'm Chris HELP. I have the ability to figure out exactly what you have to offer and put it into words that will click with your clients. And once it clicks, they'll start giving you their money. Plain and simple.

Is "HELP" Really his Last Name?

No, it's just my alter ego. It helps me keep my two lives separate. Otherwise I'd eat, live, and breathe copywriting and design 24 hours a day, seven days a week. And my wife and kids would hate that.

What are Chris' Strengths?

  • Generating quality web copy for any sort of product or service you could throw at me.
  • Writing blog after blog about the same topics while keeping each one interesting and relevant.
  • Helping clients determine what makes them different than their competitor.

What About Weaknesses?

I'd like to think I had none, but let's face it - even Superman had his Kryptonite. That said, if I'm 100 percent honest with myself, I'd say my biggest weakness would be technical writing - manuals and stuff like that. Why? It's not the intricacy of the topic that gets me. I'm more than capable of breaking that stuff down. I think what really gets me with technical writing is ... errr ... it's boring.

Does Chris Handle Design Work?

Depends on what you mean by "handle." Do I actually create the designs? No. I've partnered with my good buddy over at Pixelsapien to handle those duties. He actually built this site from the ground up.

However, I am your contact throughout the entire process. I'm also involved throughout every stage of a project. Jason and I brainstorm together for each site, brochure, logo - whatever. Then he takes the ideas and produces a rough draft. Then we argue about it, come to agreement, and make a few changes. Rinse and repeat.

What About Free Time?

I have none. However, once I switch out of copywriting mode back to my secret identity, I enjoy everything from long jogs and logic to cooking and cold beer (namely Shiner Bock). I can't tell you too much more though because someone might discover my true identity. I also work on Scribblrs, a site teaching how to blog.