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Hamilton Images
4.9
from 48 reviews
  • 15 years in business
  • 73 hires on Thumbtack
Aimee S.
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Randy is an awesome photographer! He has a great eye for capturing incredible photos. I love his editing style as well. I treasure the photos he took of my family. He was patient with my young girls and captured beautiful moments! I will book him again when we return to the beach. I have recommended him to all my friends and family.

Arimar I.S. Inc.
4.7
from 10 reviews
  • 14 years in business
Ruth R.
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Good Moorning. Through this notification, I declare that I've been working about four years ago with the website of The Net Andes, Andes holidas.com, which has given me a quality service to my satisfaction regarding cordial structure of your pages, design, traslations, general attention and timeliness of responses. Therefore faith and I recommend them. Without further. Posada Vista Hermosa.

  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Kay P.
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Liesel did a fantastic job of writing a story on famous fashion illustrator, Izac Zenou, and his custom illustrations for Destin Commons. It appeared in VIP Destin Magazine last summer.

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Article creation at it's best! If you are looking for a way to promote your products and or services I'm here to help! I can unite new and existing clients and customers to your website while providing excellent copywriting that focuses on SEO techniques and strategies. My #1 goal is to get your company where you need it to be- in the minds of consumers and businesses that need the type of service or product that you offer. "Food, Family,Career, Business, Education, Medical, News, Animals, Finance...I write about everything."-Roe Gillis

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Will edit paperwork, do data entry work, and write. I am a fast typist and English is my native language.

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I am committed to working closely with my clients in order to polish their work and showcase their unique voice.

  • 4 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
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Our Creative Writing offers you the chance to explore the possibilities of using writing to enhance your life. Let us guide your interest in writing poetry, lyrics, fiction, creative non-fiction, and non-fiction. We can help you begin, continue or finish your work. Our main purpose is to provide you with tools through creative writing. Whether you want to use writing privately or publish a book, we can help!

  • 8 years in business
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I'm a Professional Freelance Writer / Copywriter who specializes in writing for the web. I also design "affordable" unique and editable websites for small businesses, authors, and service industries. If you need content for your website or blog you have come to the right place. I am skilled at writing website content, articles, blog posts and marketing pieces that are SEO optimized and Google friendly, which will be sure to please your readers and draw visitors to your website. I will work closely with you to understand and fulfill your needs. All my work is guaranteed and any revisions are included in the price quoted for your project. No project is to large or small. I'd love to be the writer you go to for all of your writing projects.

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I bring out the best in each writer and can edit without interfering with "your voice." I am thorough and work very fast. In my first semester internship as an editor, I edited 49,000 words (approximately 1000 words per hour). This is full LINE-editing (heavy and light). In my 2nd semester internship, I edited 28,000 words at the same rate (about 1000/hour). I will be honest with you about your content, your tone, and your conventions (grammar/punctuation/spelling). Don't publish anything without running it by me first!

  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
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My husband and I are both PhDs, and we continue to research and learn from diverse resources. We train in several disciplines and have great results and excellent evaluations from our trainees. We do freelance writing, editing, curriculum design, and SAP and Lean Six Sigma training.

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All your communication needs in one place, from proposal writing to editing to advertising and graphic design.

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We offer a wide variety of writing, editing and creative services. We have just added in-home tutoring to the services that we offer.

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I will proofread and edit your writings to ensure use of proper grammer, correct spelling and that the intent of your writing is well stated and clearly communicated in a manner that grabs, holds and leaves your readers entertained, interested and informed.

  • 4 years in business
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I offer experience and constructive criticism to help someone succeed with their writing projects.

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