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Simpell Photo & Design
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    Clare M.
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    I have had 4 color ads for newspapers designed by Simpell design for my small business. I would definitely recommend them for design services and I plan on choosing Simpell design for all my advertising design needs in future. The quality of the ads is outstanding, with creative style and great color choices and layout that make the ads stand out in the newspaper. They are super people to work with who really listen to what you want. Always on time and really friendly and happy to make changes etc. I couldn't be happier with this design company.

    Dylan Freni
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      Chris O.
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      Dylan served as a copywriter for Instabill for more than three years, contributing up to four blogs, news items and new pages each week. Each item he submitted was expertly written for our company and for SEO purposes. Dylan is an outstanding writer, and Instabill is a better company because of his contributions.

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        Eva M.
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        I had an important copywriting project that I needed some help with and Emily took a look, made some stellar changes and I was delighted with the work she did! I'd highly recommend her for any proofreading or copywriting projects ...


        I provide copy writing, copy editing, and proofreading services for businesses. I've had my own freelance business since 1992, and before that I worked for ad agencies and corporate ad departments. I have worked for just about every industry and do work for Web, print, and broadcast media. I have a proven track record of success with regard to accuracy and generating sales for clients. Clients like me because they can depend on me for a job well done, that meets the deadline, for a reasonable rate. Collateral includes ads, catalogs, articles, blogs, websites, press releases, brochures, direct mail, and more. I am trained in SEO and offer that expertise to clients.



        I have 16+ years of copywriting and editing experience for an advertising agency. I will write and/or edit anything you may need help with.

        • 28 years in business

        Conceptualization development, design, typography, digital art preparation, illustration, and print coordination and consultation for branding projects, collateral, packaging, trade shows, POP, and direct mail to name a few. Project management, copywriting, experience responding to RFQ/RFP's (awarded multiple contracts).


        We do graphic design for print and web, including logos, brochures, flyers and business cards. We also do marketing and copywriting.


        Jill Sullivan Grueter is an award-winning and published writer with years experience in the creative services, marketing, technical and public relations fields. Her writing has been featured in some of the most widely-read news services in the world, such as MSNBC and Yahoo! News. Jill's writing experience spans over a decade and for a large spectrum of industries. From a senior writing consultant for a Fortune 50 to a daily contributor at a nationally-recognized newspaper, companies from all over have trusted Jill's writing for over a decade. Some of her writing services include: - Copywriting - Headline writing - Ad copy - Email copy - Website copy - Newsletter copy - CEO communications - Technical writing - Press releases - SEO (social media) communications


        You need words. Great words, even. Words that sell. Go with Mutagen, and you'll tap into years of copywriting experience spread out across all sorts of media. Creativity that catches attention and drives home business. Because the truth is rather simple: great copywriting moves product. It imparts an immediate sense of professionalism to the readers of your material. Pick yours up today from a hip young copywriter. Sweet. We're happy to provide the following services: website content writing, blogging and social media maintenance, copyediting, press release creation, print copywriting, and much more.


        I offer a very wide range of writing, copywriting, and graphic art services tailored for online content or print documentation. This includes web pages with information on varying subjects, blog posts, lengthier manuscripts, or a hand-scripted resume to help offer you an extra edge. My graphical work includes logos, banners, intro or product images, and full art applications for printed products such as brochures, newsletters, or invitations. I am also a popular multimedia artist, and I specialize in Gothic decor and Halloween themes. I love the challenge of crafting random one-of-a-kind creations, such as pumpkin carvings, dark wedding accessories and attire, home decorations, jewelry, and other obscure curiosities.


        I'm a veteran, award-winning copywriter. I produce on-target advertising, marketing, and web content solutions for a diverse array of clients--on budget, on time--every time.

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