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seriouslycreative
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Carol S.
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  • 13 years in business
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I have an undergraduate degree in industrial and systems engineering, and a Juris Doctor from a prominent law school. I practiced law for almost 30 years, during which time, it was necessary for me to generate many written documents both for the court and in the form of reports to my corporate clients. I was on the editorial board of a prominent legal publication, and published a section of a guide used by attorneys for continuing education purposes. Additionally, in my capacity as a partner in various large law firms, it was necessary for me to edit and critique the writing of numerous young attorneys over the years. In recent years, I served as an English and writing instructor at the community college level. For over five years, I have maintained a Google Blogspot blog, The View from Outside My Tiny Window. Additionally, I recently published an e-book, Starting Your Business – The Fundamentals: A Comprehensive, Thinking Business Owner’s Guide, which can be found on Amazon.com. As a result of my experience, I have extensive writing skills. I can generate all sorts of legal documents, both litigation and transactional in nature, and I can perform numerous paralegal functions. Outside of the legal domain, I can perform a number of different tasks, including, but not limited to, the following: (a) generate blog or other web site content; (b) generate timelines after the review of documents; (c) generate difficult and complex letters; (d) organize and summarize voluminous documents; (e) edit scholastic papers; (f) write speeches; (g) simplify complex documents; (h) write articles for various publications and newsletters; and (i) generate business policy and manuals. As you can see, I have a wide range of experience in many different fields.

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My company specializes in providing engaging content for your website, product or service. We do quality work for very competitive "set rates". Please visit crawfordcritique.com and see how our words bring herds.

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I provide professional online copywriting and marketing with differences that turn your website results into more traffic, more conversions, and more cash! If you are a website owner or about to create a new website, you are at the right place for hardworking, profit-producing content and online marketing.

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I have more than five years' experience with blogging, website copy, SEO, and more. I've worked with web designers, marketing agencies, and others looking for quality content.

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