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Fred Wootan
5.0
from 5 reviews
  • 33 years in business
  • 4 hires on Thumbtack
Jeff B.
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We are providers of online Insurance CE courses. Fred has authored numerous courses for us and even instructed our students through live interactive webinars. His courses have reached over 500 of our students through out New York State. In addition to being a great writer, Fred is highly dependable. We will continue to work with him for the foreseeable future.

X-iTO Consulting Group
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Karen G.
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Sharon was contracted by our company initially to translate the information displayed to our customers accessing products and assets from our hardware devices as well as to translate the information displayed to our customers who administer and manage those devices, products and assets through our Web UI interfaces. These were highly technical translation projects requiring not only strong technical and communication skills on Sharon's part to understand the requirements and design of our solutions, but also strong analytical and problem solving skills as she became a key member of our team to identify and diagnose possible bugs in the firmware and software which she was translating and then actively testing the Spanish translations in our deployed solutions. In addition to the software and firmware translation projects, Sharon exceeded expectations by ensuring that word choices for critical concepts were consistently documented in reusable project dictionaries and applied across all solution areas including, software and firmware, and technical and user documentation that accompany our solutions. She likewise ensured that the translations would be acceptable throughout geographically dispersed Latino regions including, South America, Central America, Puerto Rico and Caribbean islands, and Europe. This is NOT trivial. Sharon was further contracted by our company to translate sales and marketing collateral, case studies, and presentations for our solutions along with translating the corporate Web page for all of our solutions. Her unique mix of technical and business talents contributed significantly to our successful deployments of company solutions into Spanish-speaking regions worldwide. Sharon brings more than a casual approach to each translation project and applies strong personal motivation to ensure consistency across all of our company translation projects. She recognizes the difference between a 'global company' which considers the cultural mores and influences within countries, and a company who simply has a 'presence globally' which continues to push the cultural mores and influences of the 'host' company into countries. We found this insight to be particularly poignant and valuable as we were opening up new markets for our solutions where skills in assessing cultural expressions and translating intent in a way that is acceptable to the population you are addressing becomes even more important. As the hiring manager who oversaw most of the work that Sharon performed for our company, I give her my strongest endorsement!

CJT Digital Design
5.0
from 1 review
    Cole S.
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    Pat is phenomenal! He's been our one-stop shop for building multiple websites that have gotten rave reviews from our clients. He is creative, practical, and super user-friendly. We would recommend Pat to anyone looking for a top-notch product at an affordable price.

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    A versatile freelance writer, Kathy Witt brings years of experience and flavor to her writing and has thousands of clips in publications covering the editorial gamut: newspapers, news wires, magazines, websites, brochures and books. Kathy has extensive experience in writing press releases, web content, fact sheets and other PR materials, with her areas of specialty being travel products and travel destinations. She has written about travel products for The Travel Goods Association's Travel Goods Showcase magazine for more than five years. Her column, "Travel Goods, Gadgets & Gear," runs in McClatchy-Tribune newspapers, on her TravelinTales blog and on her Examiner online channel, where she is the international travel goods examiner. Her Travelin' Tales column appears on her blog, on her Examiner online destination channel and numerous publications, both print and online. Her articles may be seen in McClatchy-Tribune newspapers, Hearst newspapers and a multitude of magazines, including A.T. Journeys, Bowling Green Parent, Columbus and The Valley, Georgia Magazine, Kentucky Living, Ohio Magazine and Long Weekends. Kathy is the recipient of numerous awards for her writing and in 2011, earned the TMP (Tourism Marketing Professional) designation from Southeast Tourism Society's Marketing College, giving her an insider's perspective of the travel and tourism industry.

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    I am a recent college grad from Xavier University. I majored in business so I know all it takes to perfect a well-organized resume and cover letter.

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    I am willing to spell-check, ghost write, and edit anything you need. I have several spelling bee and essay contest victories under my belt, so what I lack in formal education, I make up for with experience.

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    A retired professor, my writing skills include resumes, essays, copywriting, editing screenplays and manuscripts as well as publishing guidelines. Affordable rate!

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    I help interested people to get started with writing careers. I am a published playwright and researcher.

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    Secretarial services. 80 wpm typing (MSWord); also shorthand. B.A. English. Excellent editing, grammar and proofreading skills. I would not mind doing a little bit of free-lance editing, writing, public relations, etc. to market your business or showcase your business in its best light. Courteous, respectful, diligent. Past legal secretary (D.C. firm), Capitol Hill experience, lobbying exposure; hail from Northern Virginia. Some experience working for a federal defense contractor.

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    I understand and apply grammar rules, correct spelling and punctuation, and phrasing.

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    We'll send it to the top search engines, leading car navigation systems, and local online directories. It just takes a few minutes, and we'll guide you step by step. All content is reviewed and updated every week. Believe in providing our clients with exactly what they expect.

    • 28 years in business
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    I am an experienced marketer, content writer and editor. Feel free to reach out at anytime; I am more than happy to help.

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    I provide writing, editing and proof reading skills to private and corporate industries. With an academic, business and professional writing background, I have provided only the most quality work in a timely manner for nearly eighteen years.

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    A client once said my writing was "like a breath of fresh air." I can think of no better compliment. The market is fat with thousands of copywriters who want your business. The truth is, it's very tough to find the right combination of talent and work ethic. Whether you need 20 pages of web content, a comprehensive white paper, or just a gripping turn of phrase, you need it done well -- ready to publish, ready to send to clients, ready to start working for you NOW. And you'd prefer a writer who is professional, friendly, and easy to work with. Sound about right? If so, let's talk. I'm not a newbie. I'm a "been there, done that" copywriter and web specialist with 8+ years experience providing written content for online and print mediums. Before launching my freelance business, I spent 5 years as an E-Commerce Content Manager for two major luxury retail websites, where I provided and edited web copy for product descriptions, category pages, editorial articles, and more. Prior to that, I worked as a Technical Writer for a software company, where I created end-user documentation, newsletters, and marketing materials. Now, I'm leveraging my unique mix of skills to provide companies like yours with the kind of content that makes customers sit up and take notice. Will you find writers who are cheaper or faster than me? Of course. But I'll do everything I can -- thorough research and discovery, careful crafting of words, and unlimited revisions -- to be the best. If you need it, I can write it. You've come to the right place for: - Product descriptions for e-commerce websites and catalogs - Web copy for Home pages, About Us pages, and category pages - Blogs, unique articles, reviews, and editorial content - Comprehensive white papers - SEO (search engine optimization) services, including meta titles, meta keywords, and meta descriptions - Newsletters and marketing materials Don't see what you need on this list? Contact me with your project needs and we'll talk.

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    Because I'm a superhero writer. I provide quality writing at affordable prices.

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    My name is James Lampe and I have just recently graduated from Wright State University with a Bachelor's Degree in English. Since graduation, I have had articles published for Substream Music Press (a magazine carried by Barnes and Noble and Borders) and I have worked as a freelance copy editor for several companies. I am trained in professional writing and journalism, and I am very competent with Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Adobe InDesign. I am available for any freelance writing or editing. I charge $7 a page for editing work, and my price for writing will vary depending on the project. My contact information is listed below.

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    Over the past decade, I've worked remotely with clients in a variety of industries to create marketing copy and business communications, and to edit other writers' work. I'd love the chance to help you with your next newsletter, brochure, sales letter, press release, feature article, product description, or radio script. Need an editor to guarantee quality control of your content and communications? I can help with that, too. Call on the "word nerd" today!

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