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Design Dhaka Marketing Group
4.9
from 31 reviews
  • 13 years in business
  • 24 hires on Thumbtack
Lance L.
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Sabina, Technical Project Consultant of Design Dhaka Marketing Group is a wonderful person I have ever worked with. This is my first business website, and Sabina and her team did an awesome job of not only completing the site baseed on my requirement in timely manner, but also guiding and helping me along the way of my site and my business. On top of that, she is very understanding and patients when it comes to numerous update and changes. She is always a call away with any help / last min questions or concerns. I would have her doing my future projects. Highly recommend.

  • 8 years in business
  • 37 hires on Thumbtack
Antony P.
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Ryan is an incredible tutor. He's tutored 3 of my 4 children over the summer. He's demonstrated excellence in academics as well as exceptional professionalism and flexibility. The kids absolutely love him! I will continue to partner with Ryan in ensuring my children's continued academic growth!

  • 4 years in business
  • 48 hires on Thumbtack
Daniel N.
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Mauri has been very effective in proofreading and editing my academic paper. So far Mauri has done a great job and her professional contribution to my work is excellent. I do hope I will be able to accomplish my project.

  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Adam D.
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If you would like a meticulous analysis of both grammar and content, Emily does an exquisite job of providing it. She has edited numerous technical theological papers for me, and I have found her editing more than satisfactory. Her skills not only extend into the religious/theological world, but she has experience with some psychological works I have written as well. She was able to not only analyze syntax and sentence structure, but offer helpful feedback on how coherent my content was. I highly recommend her as a thoughtful and fastidious editor.

Julie Danette
5.0
from 5 reviews
  • 18 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Pamela C.
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“When I was being challenged energetically and seeking those answers that were almost impossible to find, it was Coach Julie and her amazing energy machine that helped me find my way out of the vortex. I am incredibly sensitive to other’s energy. With her expertise and guidance, together, we were able to decipher which debilitating energy was my own and which belonged to others. This method helped me realize there were no more teachers for my life and I quickly and easily moved into the understanding and was empowered to realize I was/am a master teacher. When you’re ready to make gigantic leaps in accelerated time,emotionally, physically and mentally, the Energy machine is the process to use.”

Finesse Writing and Editing
5.0
from 2 reviews
    Rebecca G.
    Verified review

    I don't even know where to begin in telling you just how highly I recommend Tracy. As a first time author, it was a bit daunting to interview editors and select one. But I had 5 key-words in mind regarding how I wanted to feel while working with an editor, and when I spoke to Tracy, she fit them all. Those words were: Wisdom, Trust, Support, Joy, and Ease. So I hired her for a developmental edit, and I am so happy I did. In addition to being a skilled editor (and writer), I was impressed by her availability and her willingness to answer my ridiculously long list of questions that I sent over along with my manuscript! Tracy not only did the job I hired her to do in terms of a developmental edit, but she also helped me believe in myself as a writer and provided some major hand-holding during some stressful times in this process. Speaking of the stresses, I had already hired another editor for the copy/line edit, but I ended up going back to Tracy for that as well! I really wanted someone who would make my "already good" writing even *better*. And Tracy did just that. It was just a pleasure to work with her, and there were many times that her answers to my questions made me laugh or her line edits made me cry (because they were so good!). I feel much more confident about putting my first book, "The Multi-Orgasmic Diet," out into the world now, thanks to Tracy's beautiful edits and helpful guidance! So if you want someone with experience, skill, attention to detail, and who will truly care about your finished product, I highly recommend Tracy Teel.

    Levy M.
    Verified review

    Jenny Cradle is one of the most talented writers in Los Angeles/Orange County, Ca. To be honest if not the United States. I am saying this from experience because she has helped me improve on my writing skills and I have also received A's on my papers. My name is Levy and I am currently getting my masters in special education. Jenny has God given talent and I think God for the gift that she has and continues to share. I highly recommend Jenny Cradles writing services.

    Julia Bourbois
    5.0
    from 1 review
      Anne L.
      Verified review

      Working with Julia Bourbois has been a pleasure. She is very bright, responsive, professional, and an excellent writer/editor. I would recommend her to anyone.

      Patrick Lee
      5.0
      from 1 review
        Nicole C.
        Verified review

        Patrick has worked both as my manager and mentor, as well as someone I have hired as a freelance copy editor. He is extremely reliable and always provides solid feedback on both writing, editing and any other questions that writers or editors might face.

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        Typing Ability Is 60+ Words A Minute, I' am Also Skilled At Creative Writing, Poetry, Editing, And Data Analysis.

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        I am a technical writer skilled in policy and procedure development, computer training, and QA testing.

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        I am freelance proof-reader, copyeditor, and webcontent writer. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of California, Berkeley in Political Science. I have been writing and blogging for since 2004.

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        UCLA trained screenwriter. Currently write film shorts for production. Experienced with county, state, and federal grants. Available to write for social media.

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        Independent writer and editor, have published two novels, SHADOWS OF THE PAST and STREET LADY. See my website.

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        The truth is, the market is inundated with copywriters who seek your business. Finding the right combination of work ethic and talent can be difficult. Whatever your needs, you require copy that is done well, readily available for publishing and ready to start working for you. You want a writer who is professional, personable and easy to work with.

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        Elisha Martinez, a networking communications specialist, and single mother of three, has been a writer for 16 years. She has experience in various forms of writing such as: -Technical - Poetry/Short Story - Speech - Resume - Journalism/Article -Copy-write And this is only to name a few. She has spent the last 10 years working in the Service and Marketing Industry. In the marketing industry its been found that her insightful business perspective and administrative services experience combined has helped businesses break some exciting new ground. Through her nonprofit and service industry career she has proven to be a woman of unique vision. She has done a great deal of difference in the educational and career development of the clients she has served independently in the last 4 years She recently started her own business, EnGage In A Million, its mission is to create opportunities and build relationships for all determined individuals and striving businesses through online social networking. Once acquainted with Ms. Martinez' work, you will find that she is not only insightful and unbiased, but honest about her unique perceptions and interpretations of many diverse subjects and situations. In this day many have come to label her a visionary entrepreneur with an executive presence and genuine determination to help rebuild a sense of community. Once introduced to her writing and public speaking its certain you will appreciate her open communication skills. Through her preferred and common choice of dialogue and subject matter, you will also find that she is not a role model who takes pride in informing others of the facts but in engaging with them much more to gain insight to the truths. So be prepared to engage in a million, there are a million ways this can be done. "A person who spends their entire life dreaming, is a person who refuses to open their eyes." ~ Elisha Martinez

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        I am a social media networker, blogger and writer with an extensive entertainment background in film and music available for your projects.

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        18 years best selling author, Annette Butler wrote Outcomes in Coding Practice. It is a college textbook, but I also have experience in the final editing process and have a good eye for a great story.

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        I am very good at writing and I provide a personal experience tailored to your needs

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        I write screen plays. I write scripts for short film and direct them for You tube and film festivals. I have 3 short videos posted in you tube under Andy Nandapala.

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        Hello, my name is Ryan Thomas Gilbert and I am 23 years of age. I am currently attending college as a philosophy major with a minor in psychology. I thoroughly enjoy writing and would love to help you out with whatever service you need, and you won't find anyone to do the work for cheaper. I also have been playing guitar since I was very young and have experience teaching young children how to play.

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