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Blake Howard
from 7 reviews
  • 14 years in business
Gene Y.
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Blake built us a really cool website and took some good pictures of all the stuff we sell to put on it! He even gave me extra copies for free to put on our facebook page.

from 5 reviews
  • 29 years in business
Amanda W.
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Leslie took my professional portfolio portraits, and I was so pleased with the pictures! He did a great job editing them and printing them for me too.

Write Angle
from 1 review
    Lindy S.
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    Bonnie is very personable, and entirely up front about her time table for finishing work and getting it back to you. She is professional in her work, not only the edits she makes but the comments she leaves within the manuscript, as well. I am 100% pleased with her performance and professional approach. I cannot recommend her enough. I fully expect to hire her in the future for more novels.

    • 11 years in business

    Graphic Design- Logo and Visual Brand Development and Brand Identity Packages for Print Web; Business forms, documents and reports; Book covers and layouts or print and ebook; Marketing collateral and promo material-flyers, posters, calendars, etc.; Social Media graphics. Web Design- Custom HTML/CSS websites plus jQuery and PHP. WordPress websites and blogs. WordPress Ecommerce websites. Custom/Premium template/theme sites. SEO/SEM Editorial- Copywriting, copy editing, proofreading. Consulting- Brand Development, Social Media and Online, WordPress


    Professional media and communications services offered via contract and consulting work in editing, writing, corporate communications and book publishing.


    My service provides editing and feedback along with grammar instruction, if needed. The provider has an English education background.


    I have a college degree in English-Writing, therefore, I have much experience editing. You may get someone who can edit your work fine, but are they educated in that specific area? While earning my degree, I had to constantly write and edit every day whether that be with essays, short stories, articles, poems, etc. I know what I'm doing because I earned it.

    • 13 years in business

    We provide resume writing and job search services for job seekers, as well as lender-ready business plan writing for entrepreneurs. The idea is that a job seeker should not have to worry about certain steps in the job search process since this time in their lives is stressful enough as it is. Therefore, Careers Plus strives to make the career transition easier by providing high-quality resume writing services aimed at helping people improve their chances of landing interviews and securing lucrative opportunities. The site also offers job site services available for both job seekers and employers who wish to connect with each other through the internet.


    Technical writing/editing/illustration. Documentation design and production (desktop publishing). Resume writing. Interview preparation.

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