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Meridian User Guide Writers

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Paige Scribbles LLC
4.8
from 10 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Lynnell N.
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As a content writer, Paige is fairytale great: she can turn straw into gold. Smart & witty, she's also a pleasure to work with. She'll ask the right questions and deliver a product that's informative and easily read - even if the topic is difficult. She is accurate with her time estimates and always delivers by or before deadline. Love this writer!

Unstoppable Resumes
4.2
from 5 reviews
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
Vina R.
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Elizabeth is an excellent resource for job seekers. Her knowledge and experience from recruiting for top companies including Amazon, Ebay, Google, Zillow, and Nest ensure she knows how to get noticed and hired by today's leading companies. She is an excellent writer with a keen eye for detail. She has great compassion and empathy for her clients and clearly cares about seeing them succeed. She offers a comprehensive list of services that are easily customizable for every individual - ranging from resume writing and awesome designs, to career coaching, interview prep, she can even make a website for your resume. I got an interview for every job I applied for with this resume, and was able to take the job I really wanted.

Word Bank Writing & Editing
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 3 years in business
Susan C.
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Jeri has been an amazing asset in my ability to create my first stand-alone book Lessons From An Ordinary Life/Childhood. Her work is meticulous and careful. Her editor’s eye has given me the very thing I needed to make the book what it is. That is particularly important to me because I am dyslexic. She sees what I don’t and is able to correct my work in such a way that it still sounds like me. That is what sets her apart from other editors, her ability to do all that she does with her editing without losing the writer’s voice. That is a gift. I am very grateful for having found her and will be using her services for all my future projects.

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Horse-Sense-Media writes first class, personalized web content. From articles to blogs, tag lines to reviews, Google+ and Facebook marketing, we write from actual experience. Former public administrator, museum specialist, nonprofit administrator, trade show and business representative to rancher and farmer: I've done it or has a close associate/friend who has. We work with you to get your message out.

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Freelance writers with more than three decades of experience in virtually every genre and field from magazines to corporate promotions, and advertising to technical writing. Current and recent clients include Boise and McCall magazines, Idaho Power Co., St. Luke's, and the Idaho National Laboratory. We write til it's right.

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I offer quality time with quality results. I provide writing skills, editing skills, and assistance with compiling Excel spreadsheets.

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I am a writer of children's, poetry, and family history books. The website shows my writing genre, and pictures of my books. I also would like to help manage a small apartment complex.

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I'm a teacher, writer and a coach who has lived in seven countries. I just love to help people set and reach goals.

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I write books of fiction / fantasy / adventure and history. I publish all my books through BookBaby on all digital publishing sites, such as Amazon, Apple and Barnes and Noble.

  • 3 years in business
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We give customers the service they can't receive with online SEO providers. We give that small time feel to businesses who feel more comfortable working a local level, but deliver big time results.

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