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Maggie Elizabeth Writes
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    Lee R.
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    Maggie writes and edits for my blog Wekudo and she's not only a great writer, editor but also a pleasure to work with.


    I provide services in writing, editing, social media marketing, and content creation. I have had experience working with a number of clients on a variety of projects, including (but not limited to) resume writing, editing/proofreading, advertising, revising training materials, drafting emails, and writing articles/blog posts. I also instruct college-level English and writing and have experience providing tutoring and lessons to those looking to improve their reading/writing skills.


    I am a Winfield, KS based consultant and a writing services specialist. I possess over 25 years of experience in all aspects of the business world, and am an accomplished writer as well. Educated in Winfield, I have a BA from Southwestern College. Whatever your needs, whether they be expanding your business or expanding your mind, I can help! Contact me; I'm sure we can arrange a new approach to your new success in life!


    I work on assignments, essays, quizzes, tests, etc. for my clients. Usually, I accept money after work has been done. I have a track record of satisfying many customers and help them get an 'A' in their classes.


    Over a decade experience writing for small and large businesses. Specializes in blogging, content writing, copywriting, editing, social media marketing, and internet marketing.


    I am committed to providing the best services possible. My hours are very flexible as well as reliable.

    • 1 hire on Thumbtack

    I work with my clients to help them succeed in their pursuits. I do a large variety of administrative assistant duties. I write resumes that launch careers. I assist small businesses with HR/Payroll assistance, and I write and edit items for anyone.


    I have years of experience in writing e-commerce product descriptions, technical medical writing by taking medical studies and turning them into articles for a lay audience for national medical magazines and medical associations. I can also ghostwrite technical books with the proper outline and content provided.

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