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Write Copy Right
5.0
from 9 reviews
  • 4 hires on Thumbtack
Joseph L V.
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To whom it may concern: It is a privilege to write a personal Letter of Recommendation on behalf of my trusted colleague, Jo-D Demore, proofreader and editor. Jo-D’s unrivaled skills and ability in this area stem from her uncommon aptitude to condense advanced abstract concepts into clear, concise non-technical language. Her capacity to affect such perfect proofreading/editing changes comes from her dedication to detail while focusing on the core concepts or objectives of the document. She dedicates immense time and effort to understanding the author’s concepts and objectives. This step sets her apart from others that are simply proofreading for grammar because she encompasses a larger overview to ensure materials are not just punctuated correctly, but actually flow and are understandable to potential readers without compromising the intent of the author’s principle concept or argument. One of Jo-D’s specialties, and the one most pertaining to our work, is large written projects that require several revisions as the document develops to its full scope and scale. I have personally used her services over a period of several years for multiple documents consisting of hundreds of pages. As concept, and thus document content, is revised, Jo-D plays as large or small a role as required. She can micro correct for strictly proofreading requirements, and she can also macro evaluate for the larger picture about document content, structure and flow. The normal dynamic between an author and editor is one of contention but not so when working with Jo-D. Her work is exemplary, thorough and timely, and she is a real pleasure to work with. For anyone in need of proofreading or editing, she is a godsend! Sincerely, Joseph V., Ph.D.

SharkShark
5.0
from 7 reviews
    Joy G.
    Verified review

    SharkShark helped us take our start-up to the next level by creating a beautiful website and a user-friendly shopping cart. Will was so easy to work with and very insightful on trends and what works best to make your website the most effective to you and the user. We highly recommend!

    Theresa's Tutoring
    5.0
    from 7 reviews
    • 7 years in business
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack
    John L.
    Verified review

    Theresa is the best! She's my go to editor for my articles, scripts and letters. Frankly she's the only editor I trust to review and make corrections on my work. Highly recommend!

    Keys to English
    5.0
    from 3 reviews
    • 3 hires on Thumbtack
    Ed A.
    Verified review

    I enjoy reading Dana's restaurant and event reviews at her Dana Licious website. She has a light-hearted and concise way of explaining things that really helped to convince me to try restaurants and other establishments that I wouldn't have known about. I look forward to reading any of her reviews and blogs. She's an excellent writer.

    IMANI Publications
    5.0
    from 2 reviews
    • 19 years in business
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack
    Karlene L.
    Verified review

    Estena is one of the best writers and marketer I know. Her work is impeccable and her style is fabulous when it comes to promoting a designer or model. You have done a great job promoting my business, which paid out in the end and i got customers rolling in. Thanks for a job well done.

    • 4 hires on Thumbtack
    Ilaria V.
    Verified review

    Great writer who was able to accommodate a tight schedule with professionalism and grace. We communicated every step of the process, she listened to my preferences and I was very happy with the end result!

    Aplus writer
    5.0
    from 1 review
      Wilson M.
      Verified review

      He is a professional. Excellent work and fair prices. Thanks!!

      George B.
      Verified review

      We used Wendy for copy-editing and voice-over work. Her quick response time, professionalism and expertise were exactly what we needed. As a small, start-up, we needed someone to guide us and deliver quick results. Wendy did just that! She was able to work with tight deadlines and provide constructive criticism for us to improve our marketing materials and strategy.

      Tausha Bridgeforth
      5.0
      from 1 review
      • 8 years in business
      Harold B.
      Verified review

      Tausha is an excellent writer and creator! She has a great eye for details and understanding of breakdowns of storytelling. We have worked on several projects together and multiple ones to come. I would recommend her for any creative project, especially writing!

      About

      Loads of DM and digital marketing writing experience, advertorial and editorial/journalism, you name it, I can write it.

      About

      Services offered: * Graphic and web design - Flyers, websites, door hangers, e-commerce, print media advertisements, logos, brochures, e-mail blasts, basically anything you need for the web or print media, we can do! * Copy writing - It doesn't matter if you need copy for a website, print advertisement, or iPhone application; as a professional journalist, I can write any type of copy for you. * Advertising (print or radio) - If you want to take your company to the next level, I can provide you with a quality advertisement you will never forget.

      About

      Good morning. Do you need an expert writer who also has a good sense of what clients' and customers' want? I bring 30 years of experience in publishing and corporate communications to the table. My LinkedIn profile, which I've included above, includes a robust sampling of my work. I've worked in a variety of industries and for many different people. They've all been completely satisfied and even delighted with my work. I currently have a variety of ongoing projects involving Web content, and everything is done in accordance with SEO guidelines. I've also spent sometime in sales environments, so I know what works with customers and what does not. I work quickly and accurately. What's more? My work requires very little editing and elicits very few questions and issues from end users. I'm very interested in working with you. Just give me a call. Many thanks for your interest.

      About

      I provide writing and editing services. My skills includes copywriting, blogging, and editing. I also have experience in the K-12 realm, creating courses for online learners.

      • 15 years in business
      About

      I'm a professional writer. It's not a hobby, or something that I do on the side. I've won many national awards for my editorial products and have launched new products that produced significant revenues for my employers. My experience is varied, lengthy, proven to produce results and I'd love to bring it to bear on your next project.

      About

      Technical and marketing writer offers excellent business and technical writing and editing skills. Specific industry experience includes technology hardware marketing and financial industry products, compliance, and operational processes. I've also written for nonprofit organizations, legal, medical, higher education, and fashion industries. I write web content, social media content, and print collateral (brochures, white papers, newslettters, business and marketing plans, training and procedural documentation.)

      About

      An excellent versatile writer who has extensive knowledge and experience writing self help articles. I've also had experience writing newsletters, web content, sales letters. brochures. I'm a former teacher and counselor but writing has always been my driving passion.

      • 19 years in business
      About

      I work as a freelance writer, editor, copy editor, proofreader, and fact checker. In addition to working on printed materials, I work on websites and in content management systems.

      About

      A Carnegie Mellon trained creative and professional writer, Justin McGown is willing and able to help you in almost any matter of words. Please do not hesitate to call for more details.

      About

      As a lifelong Milfordite I know the local market and can help you develop a local presence for your business.

      About

      Writer/Editor with experience in online and print media: Articles, blogs, website content, marketing collateral, and social media. Increased social media engagement by 75-125%. Researched and wrote content and meta-descriptions to keyword-density specifications to drive online traffic. Designed and managed email campaigns to C-Suite contacts. Demonstrated skills include: blogging, editing, marketing, creative writing, proofreading, editing, ghostwriting, business writing, academic research and analysis, journalism, web content creation, SEO, legal writing, martial arts instruction and leadership. Technical skills include proficiency with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Dreamweaver, Microsoft Office Suite and Windows 7, Mac OS X Mountain Lion and Mavericks, iLife Suite, CMS platforms, Learning Management Systems (LMS), and Social Media platforms.

      • 28 years in business
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      my natural talent and abilities stand out.

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