Brands I’ve helped:
I’ve written for more than 429 different people and dozens of brands…
and all their voices were “unique”
Yet I could mirror them anyway.
There’s a process to voice.
Doesn’t matter if you’re fun, serious, hippy dippy, professional, techy, nurturing, or some jumbly combination of all six… we’ll build parameters and use my framework to tune your writing exactly how you want.
And if you’re not sure what your voice is yet? Or want to create one from scratch? I can help with that too.
I’m Justin Blackman —
The top brand voice guide guy in the game
Documenting your voice is my specialty
I’m not talking about “intuition” here. I don’t “get a feel” for your voice or look into your soul. There’s no guesswork. I have a literal process for mathematically measuring, codifying, and replicating your voice precisely the way you want it.
This is my jelly and my jam—and it’s a skill top teams, brands, and writers hire me to teach.
I’ve helped corporate businesses and industry experts like Amy Porterfield, Stu McLaren, Todd Herman, Danny Iny, Belinda Weaver, Hayley Hobson, Melyssa Griffin, Oonagh Duncan, and Bobby Klinck train their writers and scale their voices.
The process works for personal brands as well as businesses.
Because voice is measurable.
And I’m the guy who builds the ruler.
It’s time to set NEW rules.
Let’s get YOU on your page.
And let’s do it in a voice that’s perfect.
Lucky for you, that’s kinda my thing…
“Justin is hands-down the most gifted brand voice expert I’ve ever worked with. The best word to describe his writing is “magical” (Disney-level!). In a world of AI-generated copy, his work can make a huge difference for brands that want to stand out.
As a copywriter, I’ve learned so much from Justin by working with him on our project. The brand voice guide he created got me feeling inspired and downright excited to write. This is the most fun I’ve had with a project in a long time.
It’s your voice… I just dial it in
To clarify, I’m not talking about “brand guides.” This isn’t about logos or the size of your fonts. This is specifically your voice.
Because most brand guides can tell you what pantone shade of puce your footer should be, but their voice direction is the equivalent of “write in the color blue.”
And the reason why writers struggle is because they’re using different shades than the one in your head… even though you’re both reading the same guide.
When it comes to defining your voice, “casual, friendly, and professional” ain’t gonna cut it. That’s the Trifecta Of Nothingness—and it fits almost anyone. (Plus, those are personalities, not a voice.)
My guides are distinct. They go DEEP on details and it’s these editorial boundaries that keep your voice clear, consistent, and defined—and ensure everyone is on the same page…
No matter who writes your copy.