Dyanne Harvey

Content Strategist, Copywriter, Ghostwriter, Copy Editor

Freelance Insurance Copywriter | Personal Finance & Parenting

As a copywriter and content strategist, I help to brand insurance companies with sophisticated style of fresh copy.

I’m convinced it’s the songwriter in me, but what I do best is tell your business story. Backed with insurance knowledge from my time as a corporate trainer at State Farm, I’m driven to empower people through education.

A professional ghostwriter, it thrills me to demystify complex topics surrounding insurance, personal finance, mental health, and parenting.

Goal-oriented and not at all boring, I quite enjoy the challenge of infusing life into topics that others may perceive as dull. Basically, I’m the copywriter you wish you had on staff.

I love getting behind business with a convincing long game, nurturing visitors into long-term clients. If that’s you and you’re ready to muscle up your insurance branding, let’s chat.

My email is Dyanne@LetterAhead.com and my phone is 217-871-4828.
Content Types
Blog Post, Case Study, Direct Mail, Ad/Promotional Copy, Article, Landing Page, Page Layout, Website Copy, Whitepaper
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Greenville University, B.S.
Lincoln, IL USA|English

Insurance | Personal Finance

Blog Post
I Signed, Now What? Understanding Insurance Subjectivities

Although the title development can be attributed to Cameron Gilkes, I served as the copywriter for this insurance-based clip for Founder Shield to encourage VC-backed startups become more familiar with their insurance policy (and procedures).

April, 24 2019
Blog Post
What is Warm Minimalism? How to Master the Latest Design Trend

A minimalistic home is often mistaken for a home with no personality—a cold living space reserved for uber trendy individuals who love white walls. In reality, minimalistic design is for anyone. Here's how to make it happen!

July, 27 2017
Blog Post
How Much Does Moving to Chicago Cost?

Relocating to the Windy City can be an exciting adventure. To keep your transition smooth, it's helpful to figure the cost of moving to Chicago before you even start packing. Here's a guide so you know what to expect.

January, 3 2019
Is Sleep Apnea a Disability? How to CRUSH The “Ratings” NOW!
September, 24 2018
Blog Post
Living with Sleep Apnea? – 7 Tips on How to Get Awesome Term Life Rates

Living with sleep apnea can be a serious problem, creating issues in various areas of your life. Yet, you can still manage your condition successfully, landing you great term insurance rates. Here's how.

November, 26 2018
Blog Post
How to Treat VA Sleep Apnea Disability [Like You Deserve]

Dealing with VA sleep apnea disability presents its own unique set of challenges for both active and nonactive military members. Here's what you need to know.

November, 22 2018
Blog Post
“Red Flag” Medications For Sleep Apnea And Life insurance

Here's what you need to know about your medication for sleep apnea and how they may impact your term life insurance.

November, 28 2018
Blog Post
What to Do When You Reach Retirement Without Enough Savings

Although most of us look forward to retirement, sometimes the situation arises that we have more time on the planet than money to support us. So, now what?

July, 27 2018
How to Rebound from Bad Credit Using Credit Cards

Despite having a reputation to ruin your credit, "plastic" aka credit cards can help you rebuild your credit score. This post explores exactly how to make that happen after your score has plummeted.

November, 9 2016
Blog Post
Money Anxiety Disorder: What It Is and What to Do About It

A money anxiety disorder is when you develop negative money-related patterns in your life. These patterns are usually self-destructive. Also, they can easily put a limit on who you are as a person as well as your financial success.

May, 8 2018
Blog Post
Is It Possible to Pursue Your Passion While Building Financial Security?

An epic battle is raging between your desire for financial security and the pursuit of your passion. Here are the strategic moves to make these two facets coexists within you.

March, 24 2018
Blog Post
CPAP Compliance for Insurance: How to WIN the Best Insurance Rates!

Winning the best term insurance rate can seem like a monster of a job. Especially if you deal with sleep apnea. Here's a short cut to how you can win the best rates even if you suffer from the sleeping disorder.

September, 6 2018

Business | Entrepreneurship

Blog Post
The Keys to Success for Online Entrepreneurs

The keys to being a successful online entrepreneur aren't what you think. Here are the skills nobody's telling you about.

July, 31 2018
Blog Post
Why You Should Use Marketing Automation

Automating your marketing only makes sense in today's digital world. Here's how it could help your small business succeed.

August, 2 2018
Blog Post
This Is Why Small Business Coaching Helps

Being a small business owner is incredibly difficult. But having a small business coach on your side could make all the difference. Here's why.

August, 4 2018
Blog Post
The Importance of Customer Satisfaction and 3 Ways to Encourage It

Customer satisfaction is the newest and best marketing strategy. Now, it does take a great deal of deliberate effort to retain a customer, but your business will reap the rewards in monetary ways. Here's the scoop on why customer satisfaction is so important.

April, 4 2018
Blog Post
The Anatomy of an Effective Blog Newsletter

When your blog is your business, a newsletter can be an excellent avenue to nurturing a relationship with your readers? After all, the ultimate goal is converting casual readers into longtime customers.

December, 7 2016
New Google Q&A Feature Could Make Therapist’s Social Media Life More Difficult

While attempting to improve user-friendliness, the new Google My Business (GMB) Q&A feature has unfortunately created a few more hoops to jump through. Here's what you need to know about Google's new Q&A feature.

May, 4 2018

Parenting | Pregnancy

Blog Post
15 Things That Might Delay The Baby's Speech

This post is a humorous approach to avoiding certain actions and behaviors that could possibly delay your child's speech development.

April, 13 2018
Blog Post
How to Recognize Musical Talent in Your Child

Often, your child's little nuances point to talents and abilities commonly overlooked. Here's a post about how to recognize those talents and nurture them as well.

November, 3 2016
Blog Post
Night Weaning: A No-Nonsense Guide To Go All Night Without Feeding

Night weaning doesn’t have to be difficult, but it does need to happen at the right time and in the best way possible. In looking for tips on how to go about night weaning, some odds and ends to consider, and how to spot the signs that you’re both up to the task, read on.

January, 13 2018
Blog Post
5 Easy Ways To Extend Your Pregnancy Wardrobe (And Not Break The Bank)

Expecting a new baby can impact you, your wardrobe, and your wallet in unexpected ways. Here's a post revealing how to frugally and fashionably create a maternity wardrobe.

May, 9 2018
Blog Post
What To Expect When You’re 34 Weeks Pregnant

Part of the ultimate pregnancy guide series (authored by me for Mom Tricks), this is week 34.

August, 2 2018
Blog Post
You’re Not Going Crazy: How To Cope With Pregnancy Mood Swings

During pregnancy, it’s not uncommon to go from laughing to sobbing to forgetting what size shoe you wear in a matter of minutes. This post outlines pregnancy mood swings for each trimester.

August, 14 2018
Blog Post
What to Expect at Your First Prenatal Appointment

First on your pregnancy to-do list should be scheduling your first prenatal appointment. This post describes exactly what you need to know about that very first doctor's visit.

May, 2 2018

Health | Mental Health

Case Study
8 Ways A Dating Sabbatical Can Make You A Better “Catch"

Here's an in-depth study on how giving up dating for a year can positively impact you.

January, 26 2018
Blog Post
Is Testosterone Therapy for Women Worth Trying?

Testosterone and its impact on the body have long been reserved for the male gender. Naturally so, as men largely rely on this hormone to function as healthy human beings. Nonetheless, researchers are now beginning to turn an inquisitive eye towards the effects testosterone has on females

May, 7 2018
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