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Paper Dance Editing
4.8
from 6 reviews
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Angela Z.
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Wendy was very helpful to me. She brought things to my attention which other writers with more experience would have known about, but I did not. It would have been unfortunate for me if I had continued to query agents without Wendy's help. Because of her guidance on my first two chapters alone, I was able to make significant and necessary edits on my YA manuscript.

MRF Business Communications
5.0
from 4 reviews
  • 7 years in business
Joseq R.
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Marcia did some webpage content for the Elmezzi Foundation. She did and excelent job and very professional and timely

Precision Crafted English
4.8
from 4 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Doug C.
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Justin's work as a graduate assistant at our institution was excellent in every way. He is a careful reader and thoughtful guide to all matters of English language, grammar and style. Highly recommended!

Next Level Content
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 5 years in business
John S.
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Jessica came highly recommended as a content writer by a fellow entrepreneur. Beginning with a pre-writing question session, she listened to my story of how and why I wanted to create my website. She is very patient and answered all my questions. After talking with Jessica, I just knew she was going make my story come to life. In a very short time I had my well-developed content including SEO copywriting that I was able to review and discuss. With minimal changes needed the project was completed and uploaded. I felt as if a huge weight had been lifted off my shoulders. I will continue to work with Jessica and highly recommend her for your blogging and content writing projects. John F Stevens, CPA, PLLC

Kevin Wesley
5.0
from 1 review
  • 3 years in business
Big Hype M.
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I have used Kevin for a handful of content writing projects. Kevin is reliable and writes great content. I often edit the projects that I receive from other writers that I use, but with Kevin I have very few changes. He understands my needs and creates the content I am looking for. I enjoy working with Kevin and find him reliable and easy to communicate with.

Spark Fire Web Design
5.0
from 1 review
  • 5 years in business
Joseph I.
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I am so glad I chose Spark Fire Web Design to build my new website. I could not be happier with how things went and how my new site looks. Andrew was great to work with and really put a personal interest in making my site the best it could be. I had many ideas about what I wanted and he took those and focused them into making my site not only attractive and classy but user friendly and geared toward my business and what my clients would need. Without his suggestions I know my site would not be as good as it is now. He really "designed" my site rather than simply building it! The cost also made me very happy. I am a small business and as I was pricing different companies out there Spark Fire was by far the most reasonable. It really was an all around positive experience and I highly recommend Spark Fire Web Design. I for sure plan on doing many more projects with them in the future.

Washington Street Writers
5.0
from 1 review
    Oskar K.
    Verified review

    I recommend very much David’s writing services. He is not only excellent writer but also very nice person to cooperate with!

    Business Writing by Traci
    5.0
    from 1 review
      Kanisha H.
      Verified review

      Amazing!!!! Traci is very organized, dependable, and very professional. Traci gives her customers great ideas in addition to assisting with there project. Proud customer.

      About

      I write. I edit. Anything (mostly). With over 40 years experience as a journalist, newsroom leader, opinion shaper, public relations and public affairs expert, I'm a language lover and an expert at refining jargon, gibberish and garble into readable, cogent communications. Need a plan? I do that, too, with an acute ability to peek just over the horizon to see what's coming at you. As a journalist, I've covered the mundane to catastrophes and edited much of the same. As communications counsel for a global ad agency, I've developed and planned communications strategies for Fortune 50 leaders. I've developed and led corporate media training programs. The single, outstanding trait marking my work is that I know how to identify what the story is and tell it in compelling fashion. Nearly as important, I'm affable, flexible and a good work partner.

      Brosbux

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        About

        I am part time writer. My main goal is to help customer's business grow, also I get little cash for doing this great job!

        Lauren Koch Creative

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          About

          I am a former creative VP looking for freelance or part-time work as a writer, editor, or marketing assistant. I have experience in writing advertising materials such as Web copy, blogs, print ads, etc. as well as editing an existing copy to make it "pop" and reach your targeted audience. I can handle any job, no matter the size. Whether it be coming up with a slogan and marketing materials for your new startup, writing articles about your business for publication in local/national media, or updating blogs for your business, I can handle it.

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