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Write for Life
from 23 reviews
  • 14 years in business
  • 37 hires on Thumbtack
Bruce K.
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David Tabatsky is one of those rare individuals in modern day publishing who consistently shines in all three of the industry's most fundamental criteria: writing, editing and administrative skills. He would be an asset to any organization seeking someone whose love of words is matched only by his proficiency at putting them together.

Shocking Literary Services
from 5 reviews
  • 3 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Autumn B.
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Over the past two years Mandy has been my right-hand woman when it comes to helping me edit my press releases for work. She always gives each press release her creative touch and catches the small grammar mistakes I inevitably make. I've learned a lot about grammar and writing through her edits and she always provides helpful and critical feedback. Most recently, Mandy edited some personal documents that I needed to send out right away. I sent her the request and she responded with thorough edits and thoughtful suggestions in the same day! She is reliable, accountable, professional and a fantastic editor. I would highly recommend her for all your writing, editing and translation needs.

White Diamond Media
from 5 reviews
  • 5 years in business
Lauren H.
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I worked with Sarah on a project I was doing at Phoebe;s Place - an arts and performing space dedicated to Phoebe Snow - She not only wrote a wonderful press release about the event - she linked some of my past videos and sent it out to the WORLD!!! She even came to the event - She also worked with me to help publicize my arts in education company: Musical Legends - I highly recommend this powerhouse of a lady - filled with creativity - light and inspiration - BRAVA Sarah - Keep on keeping on!!!

E-Sharp Communications (E#)
from 3 reviews
    Sean O.
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    E-Sharp Communications has worked on dozens of critical corporate communications projects for me over the years, and they have consistently delivered outstanding results. Rob's creativity, experience and commitment to quality are reflected in everything his company delivers - including customer success stories, press releases, graphics, employee communications, and public relations campaigns - just to name a few. They have come through for me time and time again when I was in a pinch. I strongly recommend partnering with this company.

    Avanza Agency
    from 2 reviews
    • 3 years in business
    Gisele D.
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    We have seen amazing results since we started working with Avanza Agency. They are experts in getting great new reviews, managing and monitoring them. They also are now responsible for writing our professional articles which gives me more time to concentrate on other aspects of the business. They have also organized Press releases for us which was a painless process and has resulted in a lot of sales. It has been the best decision ever to take them on board. Now we are looking forward to the future. I definitely recommend them to any business who wants to stand out from the crowd.

    Hope Lourie Killcoyne
    from 2 reviews
    • 3 years in business
    Jackie G.
    Verified review

    Hope edited a book I wrote for Silver Moon Press a few years back. I enjoyed the process of working with her. The feedback I received was insightful, clear, encouraging, and on-point. I was in full agreement where there were holes in the storyline that needed to be addressed--but I was also given the freedom to figure out my own solutions. If the opportunity presented itself, I'd be happy to work with Hope again on future projects.

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      Ulises P.
      Verified review

      I was searching for direct-response, results-oriented online and offline strategies to attract target audiences and turn 'browsers' into 'buyers'? I contacted GVATE and they made my website a 'Rock Star' on Google and other search engines. There service include website creation, website makeovers for search engine ranking and marketing effectiveness, and multiple drivers to your website, including press releases, blogs, video marketing, directory domination, and much more. I strongly suggest you contact them. Top notch organization! THANK YOU!!!!!!

      • 15 years in business
      Cindy Lou G.
      Verified review

      Gildig & Associates produced a wide variety of educational and support materials for several Fortune 500 companies. Our client’s needs were unique and included how to paint cars for Chrysler Corporation’s automated robotic paint shop in Newark, NJ, National Gypsum’s Dallas plants on how to make sheet rock mud, dry powder, and the actual sheet rock, Nuclear Power Plant and Power companies on power up, power down, and emergency procedures in the case of overheating, surgical equipment to cauterize veins for Venus Medical Technology, and many more. Ms. Claudia Wheeler was one of two strong editors who GAA was fortunate to work with. Ms. Wheeler was a ruthless editor and caught even the smallest detail. Nothing received her seal of approval for release until it was grammatically correct, made sense to the target audience, and addressed all possible learner questions. There were many times where we had a very short deadline and we could always count on Ms. Wheeler to pitch in and help us help our clients. She never missed a deadline, was always ready to help anyone in our group that was struggling, and most important of all, she ensured that the information was conveyed in a non-technical format. I strongly recommend Ms. Wheeler for any writing/editing position because of her sound editing skills, flexibility to meet all deadlines, and her impressive work ethic. Should questions arise, please feel free to call or email me. Cindy Lou Gildig Managing Partner, Gildig & Associates (GAA) 573-743-3411

      Harrowhaus Press

      New To Thumbtack

      • 6 years in business

      Dedicated professional approach in which I adjust my writing style to fit that of the client. Discussion of technique and aforementioned style is not only welcome but requested. I strive to provide full client satisfaction on every level. There is no writer ego involved.

      Jeff Craig, LLC

      New To Thumbtack


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