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Farley Creative Co.
5.0
from 22 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 32 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Lozelle M.
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Michelle delivered such excellent content writing for my blog, that I hired her to do it monthly. She was able to deliver my tone and voice. Her professionalism with replying to e-mails was very timely. I am looking forward to a lasting working relationship.

Rebekah Brately
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 1 year in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Laurie H.
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Rebekah has been a pleasure to work with. She is quick, responsive and follows up on tasks assigned. Would recommend.

Make It Happen Creations
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 19 years in business
Ruth M.
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Benita was booming with wonderful ideas for my mother's 80th birthday party!! She was willing to work within my budget to have a fabulous day - highly recommend her services!

Michael C. Fry
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Joshua P.
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Our company hired Mike on several projects. He has delivered on time and within budget. Our first project was for a website video narrative (over 200 word script) which won a American Marketing Award for best overall campaign for Compass Homes. Other projects included long format scripts for training videos, and narrative pieces. Mike has a passion for writing and a technical approach.

Proofreader
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 3 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Joan C.
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As a up and coming writer I've relied on Felicia's guidance and her knowledge, she is very knowledgeable in the health care field and has been very easy to work with.

Darcey Hile
5.0
from 1 review
    Alice D.
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    Darcey delivers polished, top-notch writing that impresses. I look forward to hiring her again and can't say enough about her professionalism and timeliness!

    About

    Send me a topic, headline, or subject, and I will write a commanding paragraph or article. I am returning to school to become a writer for TV, radio, internet and also write children's books.

    About

    Quirky Yellow Ink offers concise writing services such as blog posts, social media marketing, SEO, articles and other web content.

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    I complete odd jobs, light cleaning, and writing. I am beginning college and trying to start a business at the same time.

    • 22 years in business
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    We do what it takes to get the job done. Deadlines are like opening night: there's an audience waiting to read your story and we get it there by curtain time.

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    I am very experienced in a lot of different areas. I can repair your iPhone/iPad/iPod. I can help you with all of your computer software problems. I write killer resumes and take awesome pictures with editing.

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    I write about sports, but I am also interested in sales and marketing. I have been involved in sports all my life. I have been in sales, in some capacity, for most of the last 34 years. I have studied and analyzed advertising for many years. I believe that with my writing skills and my knowledge of sports and advertising, it is time for a career change. I am just getting started.

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    So you want to "say what you want to say," clearly and correctly. I can help you with that! For some reason I have this dictionary in my head and the editing process seems to be a natural outcome of my detail-oriented personality. I have worked for years in public and private institutions, and with many different groups of people. I worked on my own communication skills also as a volunteer instructor as well as a college instructor and adult (employee health and safety) trainer. So - Give me your phrases, your subjects and verbs, I will help them flow and link together to deliver the message you are trying to say. Let your voice speak Louder, Better, with an editor (me:)! I am a former environmental scientist transformed into a technical editor and writer. In the past I have drafted procedural documents, performed regulatory research, performed technical editing, and analyzed data. I summarized data and wrote reports, proposals, and instructional texts. I have managed survey sessions and feedback sessions. I have produced small group training, developed classroom materials and public presentations. I have also acted as classroom instructor and trainer. In order to become a more developed communicator and to improve my writing skills, I returned (2003-2006) to Miami University's Master's program and studied English. I can help you navigate audience, and the changes in technology, with the tools that I gained in graduate school. I have worked as a technical writer for Battelle Memorial Institute, The U.S. Dept. of Defense Finance and Accounting Services, American Institutes for Research, Inc., NCS Pearson Education, Ohio Department of Natural Resources,The Southwest Ohio Evaluation and Assessment Center, The Discovery Center, Miami University's Department of Educational Psychology, and Parson's Engineering Science,

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    Communication Studies Major | Social Media expert | Writer: Journalist, Creative | Sales Hire | Early Childhood Education minor

    • 4 years in business
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack
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    Rather than pulling from pre-made lesson plans and templates, I work with students to determine their individual needs and conduct tailor-made classes. Also, I am able to work with a variety of ages and skill-levels (i.e. American 7th-grader writing an essay, French ESL restaurateur looking to perfect communication skills).

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    I am very articulate, and I pour myself into whatever it is that I am writing.

    • 15 years in business
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    Art is a Best Selling Author, been featured in ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, CNN, and dozens of other national publications. A sucker for children's charities and family, Art donated his services to HouseGiveAway.org & The Comeback Foundation.

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    I am a freelance writer i write any type of things. Stories,blogs, opinions,jingles,poems...excetra. you tell me what you want to emphisize i will put it in script..

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    I create marketing materials, sales scripts, web and blog content as well as provide ghostwriting services and articles. I have previously worked as a technical writer and as a web content writer for a large dot com.

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    I'm a very qualified editor/writer. I completed 3 years of college with an English major focus as well as taking on numerous private writing/editing projects in my spare time. It's something I love doing!

    • 3 years in business
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