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Emily Beston
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    Benjamin B.
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    I asked Emily to edit/proofread my masters thesis. She was efficient and professional every step of the way. She took the time to review feedback I was given, while providing her own to help improve the quality of my thesis project.

    Design by Price
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      Leah B.
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      Kerri was a great help when I needed guidance designing my new logo and website. Since our first project, we've used Design by Price for our editing and copywriting services and are very happy with the quality of our products.


      We provide services in writing, thesis/dissertation review and editing, transcription and converting important documents into electronic format for easy storage in the digital age. Negotiable rates. The most professional service. Here For A Reason Consulting "We are all here for a reason"


      My goal is to help your business grow. I will do a business plan for you as well as edit your documents. My experience in the newspaper industry for 20 years includes proofing and marketing. I've worked with large and small businesses in the Binghamton, Johnson City, Endicott, Ithaca and Elmira areas.

      • 6 years in business

      I have a fast turnaround and the results are terrific. I have a number of rave reviews from happy customers on my website. Don't be afraid to ask for references for any of your projects! I love the freedom to talk to others and write! I like the happy responses I often receive.


      My work stands out because unlike others in my prospective field I can write about anything. I've seen very grim and unfair things throughout my life. I feel this gives me an edge with writing. I love being able to read the different stories that come my way. I love to read more then anything and I feel it makes my job not really a job.


      I have published two books and several articles and stories in various publications and will edit your material so that it reads smoothly and flows effortlessly.


      Proof-reading, editing, etc for business or academic work. Experienced in editing for academic journals and publications. Special rates for college students.


      Passionate about quality; intuitive, enthusiastic, and creative Helping to Improve communications across multiple disiplines.

      • 18 years in business
      • 3 hires on Thumbtack

      Former English teacher. 50 years of experience with editing, coaching in writing, and research, with both arcademic and community clients. I live language, and enjoy helping people express themselves in the clearest way possible. Each person is distinct in expression, and I enjoy the challenge of helping each person keep their individuality while conveying thoughts and information covertly and appropriately to the purpose.


      I have been a lover of stories since I first knew how to read. I have a BA in English because of how much I love the literary arts. If you hire me, I can tell you that you'll be hiring a devoted individual who wants to bring out the best in your story. Alternatively, if you are looking for help academically, I'm excellent with academic papers. I graduated him laude and throughout my college career I often edited papers for friends and a relative. I'd love to do the same for you.


      I am a responsible, perfectionist translator and interpreter. I am trilingual (English, Spanish, and Italian). I am an experienced editor, online publisher, social media manager, and creative/professional writer.


      I provide powerfully compelling copywriting and other organic writing and editing services. From sales letters to blog posts, I can write in any niche. I provide the following: * sales letters * pay per click ads * blogging * sales copy * e-mail * editing

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