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Right Words, LLC
4.8
from 27 reviews
  • 54 hires on Thumbtack
Jackie B.
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We have a new company and in the process of building our website, got writer's block on the content. Michelle took what we already had and made it SOOO much better! We've recommended her to everyone we know. She has a very fast turn around and provides a high quality product.

Donna Walker LLC
5.0
from 6 reviews
  • 17 years in business
Andrea C.
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Donna Walker is an excellent writer. She was easy to work with, great price, and finished the project on time, effectively and accurately fulfilling our need. Very satisfied customer!

TerraLuna Collaborative
5.0
from 5 reviews
  • 15 years in business
Sarah M.
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Everyone at TerraLuna Collaborative is informed and really cares about the quality of their work and yours. Always available, high energy, and ready to guide your project to the next level.

Allison White
5.0
from 4 reviews
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Emmanuelle N.
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Allison helped me with my personal statement for medical residency applications. She did an awesome job editing and guiding me through a rewrite of the piece, and is a really careful reader who is obviously very used to working with people to improve their work. I think she struck a really good balance between giving specific feedback to improve the piece and maintaining a positive tone. I was really happy with the results and received many positive comments on my personal statement throughout the interview season. I would definitely have her edit my work again, and would recommend her to anyone else in the same situation.

David Lee Simmons
5.0
from 1 review
    Tanya G.
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    David Lee is a strong writer/communicator who always goes a step above to get the job done. He can create a strong social media presence as well as get a company in front of traditional media. He is able to create email blasts/newsletters that help tell a story or share a key message.

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    I am a freelance writer that can research and write about any topic. I provide high quality, and I always meet deadlines.

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    I'm a free-lance writer who has sold slogans for t-shirts, buttons and bumper stickers. I've published numerous erotic stories in Screw and Penthouse and I've written at least ten plays which have graced the stages of New Orleans, Louisiana. My specialty is comedy, but my creative talents are diverse.

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    We provide any and all types of writing needs including: Resume Building and Edit Essays - Papers Copywriting Web Content Transcription Services Grant Proposals White Papers Social Media Content Marketing Material Letters - Announcements Personal Statements Letters of Recommendation Cover Letters & More!

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    I am an experienced writer and edtior, with excellent grammar and writing ability. I am also proficient in making PowerPoint presentations and speech writing and oral presentations.

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    Beth Taylor is an award-winning writer, advertising copywriter, video producer, editor, videographer, marketing expert, public relations practitioner, and media relations pro.

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    I have 8 years experience teaching English in grades 6-10. I have a Bachelors degree in English Literature and a Masters degree in education. I have written for the online Entertainment section of the Advocate. I have especially strong skills in grammar and punctuation, and I tend to have a talent for efficient yet effective wording in my own writing.

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    Paula is a ukulele player, writer, and geek. Based out of New Orleans, she works in search engine optimization and as a freelance writer. In her spare time, Paula enjoys talking about herself in the third person. Available for birthday parties, bar mitzvahs, and freelance content production. If you'd like to work together on a new or ongoing project, just get in touch!

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    Compiled Native American 'coffee table' book...Editor-in-Chief college yearbook... newspaper articles for American Indian newspaper...wrote screenplay for Native American feature narrative film...wrote screenplay/outline for Native American documentary...wrote script for Native American museum orientation film.

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    I am passionate about helping small businesses! I have over 20 years of experience writing business plans and getting them funded. I have an MBA from a top university, and I pride myself in doing outstanding business plans.

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    I've been a professional writer and editor since 2005, with numerous publications and credits. Anything you need written, I can do it from white papers to blog posts and grant applications.

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