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SEO Pro 4U
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  • 10 years in business
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
Terry B.
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We hired Doug to help us with social media management and digital marketing. He has been terrific...he's very knowledgeable about many subjects in social media, creative and highly productive. I'd recommend him without reservation!


I have been working successfully as a freelance advertising, promotion and marketing creative since 1991. So what does that mean to you? Well, it means that I am committed to freelance. I don't work a full-time job and "moonlight" as a freelancer. It means I can meet with you during business hours. It means I can take your call sitting at my desk, which is in my home, not in the creative department of a competitive agency. I am available for all-day brainstorming and recording sessions, and it means that I can work on your project during the day, at the same time as you; so if you need to make a change, my turnaround time is much quicker. I get hired by ad agencies, design firms and businesses to: • Develop marketing strategies • Provide creative direction • Write, edit and proofread ad, promotion, web and sales copy • Conduct secondary research • Analyze market research and consumer trends • Supervise broadcast production • Make presentations to clients • Brainstorm, generate names and create recipes My experience includes developing marketing strategies, creating concepts, writing copy and supervising production for leading consumer and B2B brands in the beverage, food, automotive, financial, technology, real estate and healthcare industries.


My services include: * Freelance copywriting * Editing * Brochures - both copy and layout * Letters * Copy for websites * Advertising copy I write travel articles. In some cases, I write them and sell them. In other cases, I'm contracted in advance to write them. Copywriting is my specialty.


Advertising copywriter with 25 years of experience copywriting, resume and vitae editing, paper editing, publicity. Specializes in retail and Christian companies and products.


I'm a copywriter who works with growth-minded customers to capture and keep customers through targeted web copy, corporate blogging, and marketing collateral materials. Your schedule is busy and your time is valuable, so when you work with me you can rest assured that I'll get the work done on time, every time. I will work with you to find your story and craft marketing materials with clear, compelling copy that gets results.

  • 20 years in business

I do copywriting and business consulting. I've been doing this work for over 15 years. I have completed in excess of 550 consulting jobs. I worked in Missouri, Kentucky, Illinois, Arkansas, and Kansas. Besides the business consulting, I have been copywriting in all these same areas, and I will continue working as I have been.

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