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Chandi Gilbert Freelancing
5.0
from 5 reviews
    Cory L.
    Verified review

    Amazingly helpful at writing copy, content and simply proofing current content. Very talented writer in both fiction and non-fiction. Easy to work with, helpful and fully engaged.

    Fred Wootan
    5.0
    from 5 reviews
    • 33 years in business
    • 4 hires on Thumbtack
    Jeff B.
    Verified review

    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.

    Jessica Crawford
    5.0
    from 3 reviews
      Angela L.
      Verified review

      Mrs. Crawford proofread my 75,000 word manuscript for grammar and plot inconsistencies. Her feedback is professional, honest, encouraging, and amazingly quick. Her method of commenting back is clear and accurate. I look forward to working with Jessica again and would recommend her proofreading/editing skills to other writers!

      X-iTO Consulting Group
      5.0
      from 2 reviews
      • 5 years in business
      • 3 hires on Thumbtack
      Karen G.
      Verified review

      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!

      About

      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!

      About

      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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      With half a decade of professional writing experience and a full decade of creative work under my belt, I'm well-versed in slinging words to the desired effect.

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

      About

      I am a writer. I write poems, short stories and some nonfiction. I write. I love writing. It gives me a purpose

      About

      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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      All Things Literary. Best Selling Author, Book Publishing, Public Speaking Events, Workshops & Much More.

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