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  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
George B.
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I first hired Liesel in 2013 to write web page content and blogs for a medium sized law firm. I was so impressed with her work, professionalism, and dependability that when I left the law firm to work for a local advertising agency, I persuaded my new employer to hire her services, as well! Now, Liesel has become a great asset to our company by providing solid content for the multiple business we market online. Working with Liesel is a pleasure, and I look forward to working with her for years to come. - GWB, Lucid Advertising

Brooke Keys
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    Denise D.
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    Ms Keys is an intelligent and responsible person who brings her own life experiences into her writings. Her readers are drawn into her stories because they are able to identify with those experiences. She has the increasingly rare gift of expression, which makes me personally feel every emotion she conveys. In addition, she is able to meet deadlines without sacrificing quality. She is a truly gifted writer, and is an asset to any company.


    Words, words, what’s in a word? Words create, destroy, spread love, spread hate, breed content and contempt. Words can inspire, can make you smile, make you cry. They mold our thoughts into verbal provocation, turn ideas into action, convictions and revolutions. Words reverberate from podiums, they win elections and noble peace prices. Words relay stories, culture, song and art. I make words come to life for people and their businesses. I am a copy writer. I blog, write articles and web copy. I have an Interdisciplinary Humanities degree with a focus in English Literature, Anthropology and Environmental Studies. I bring a well-informed, creative approach to all your copy writing needs.


    I'm a freelance writer specializing in marketing/advertising copy, web content, landing pages, direct marketing, sales letters, white pages, and landing pages, and PR content. . I also write magazine articles and newsletter copy. Resume' writing and copy critique/editorial services is another branch of my skillset I provide. Powerful, precise, succinct, and persuasive copy is my specialty. I've been an ad writer for nearly two decades and have won a few addy awards for my efforts. Need copy that sells? You've come to the right place.

    • 1 hire on Thumbtack

    I am a freelance writer specializing in newspaper reporting, copyediting, resume writing and business writing.

    • 4 years in business

    I edited and assisted an author writing his first novel. After we finished, we entered it into the Amazon/CreateSpace Breakthrough Writer's Contest. The summary and novel made it into the top 100. Writing short stories and children's books, I am also able to think on a "shorter" scale. In addition, I worked as a television editor and producer for 16 years.


    Edit and write research papers on multiple topics. Published in education and international law. Over 50 years experience.


    I am a Pensacola-based free-lance assistant. I own my own business which is unrelated to what I am promoting here. I began blogging as a hobby, and now I write for a couple of travel websites as well as administrate facebook pages and other social media outlets for area small businesses. Having an online presence for your small business is imperative in todays market. I can help you develop engaging content for your blog, website or facebook page.

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