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Monroeville Writers

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Art With A Story
5.0
from 7 reviews
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Robin S.
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Laura contacted me almost immediately once I put in a request for a professional bio. She spent time on the phone with me asking all the right questions to make my bio fit perfectly. Laura Hill is a remarkably intuitive writer and I couldn't be happier with my finished product.

PUNCH Creative, LLC
5.0
from 5 reviews
  • 12 years in business
Shane H.
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It's been 10 years now since Danny and I began working together in a "Mercenary" fashion "Hey guys, this project needs help, can you design, write and build this in a week?". Of course we could, and did, more times then I can count. Danny not only provides well researched writing services but he also provides great creative insight to the overall project. He's great at supporting the "team" and works very well under the pressures of the evil deadline. Since our days in the "outsourced" agency trenches Danny and I have been fortune enough to establish our own client base, providing everything from presentation / video scripts, marketing plans, ad development, and website content. It's always nice knowing that the other guys on your team have your back. And that in most cases their first pass is the only pass your going to need to make the project a success.

East End Writing Services
5.0
from 5 reviews
  • 3 years in business
Lisa C.
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Jen was such a delightful editor and really helped me clarify the parts of my piece that I was struggling to simplify. Her approach was both reassuring and not over-stepping, helping me to keep my voice while helping me polish the piece. Not only was she helpful with the nuts and bolts of editing, but she also helped me feel more confident about my piece and the process of editing and submitting it for publication. She's a great writer herself, so she has both knowledge of and a love for organizing words and thoughts and emotion into a written piece.

Cybertary Pittsburgh
5.0
from 4 reviews
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Todd M.
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I had her update my resume. She is very professional and wrote a compelling resume. I highly recommend you check out her services. I couldn't be happier. Her fees were extremely reasonable, a lot less than most online resume writers. Dealing with Joyce was a pleasure.

Magpie Resumes
5.0
from 4 reviews
  • 13 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Brittany S.
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Mark is a very talented writer and great to work with. He has helped me with my resume and I received many interview calls. He made sure my skills stood out in my resume so employers would notice. I would recommend Mark in a heart beat for any writing projects.

CL Consulting Services
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 3 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Amy B.
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Cathy is a work horse! She is both the consummate professional and authentic in her connection with people. In her critique of writing, she uses her keen insight (I call it a “gut intelligence”) helping clients flush out and streamline their projects. Her attention to detail and experience make her an invaluable asset! Amy McKay Butler, Creative Freelance Writer and Professional Counselor

J.E.E. Content & Copy
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 3 years in business
Eric G.
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My company has hired J.E.E. for multiple proofreading projects of novels in the 90-150K word range. We have found her to be a solid professional with keen eyes, fair prices, and a quick turnaround time. Reliable, helpful, and a pleasure to work with, she's become our go-to proofreader—an indispensable member of the team, being the last line of defense before publication. Highly recommended!

  • 47 years in business
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Pragmatic, immediate results.

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Have written news/feature articles for more than 30 years under my real name (Gina Matthews is a combination of my daughter's & son's first names). Also served as proofreader and editor for more than three years. Especially enjoy "good news" articles that feature people, history, achievements, etc. Used to working under deadlines. Unless a lot of research necessary, can finish articles quickly.

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I am a writer and can proof read also. I have 50 years experience as a medical device and pharmaceutical Salesman/Sales Manager. I have served as a consultant to hospitals for reducing their operating and procedure costs.

  • 13 years in business
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There are a lot of people trying to make it as freelance writers, but only a small fraction of the competition have more than 10 years of experience as a published writer and a degree from one of the country's most prestigious journalism programs.

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My business works for your business! I can help your business succeed. I transcribe documents from audio or handwritten documents. I also offer proofreading, editing, copywriting, and blog writing services. I am an administrative assistant for your business without ever leaving my home. Therefore, I only get paid for the work that I provide. I don't take up any office space, and I can be your right hand person. Let me know what I can do for your business. Visit my website today!

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I willing to be part of a cultural and political think tank. I also offer cultural conversation. I used to be a coach in this matter when a lived in my country. I would Like offer my skills to help you to improve your Spanish conversation. Could be by phone and via Skype. I willing to be part of a think tank

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I have more than 10 years experience in the following areas: Editing - copy editing, proofreading, overall content, style and usage Writing - press releases, reports, fact sheets, articles I have experience as a journalist, editor, editor-in-chief, publisher and public relations director in both the private and public sectors.

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I write stories for both money and enjoyment please read and enjoy and recommend so all can enjoy too

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I believe in the power of storytelling. My previous projects have included writing for online and print publications as well as helping a client in Pittsburgh to edit and publish a two-part memoir.

  • 6 years in business
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I write advertising copy that converts. High-octane, window-shoppers-to-loyal-customers ads, sales letters, video scripts, radio spots, and commercials. Nothing cutesy...no superbowl, water-cooler ads - just words that sell.

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I have designed and created resumes that effectively sell a client to potential employers. My client base is global and covers all industries.

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I write/edit technical, creative, and expository copy, just to name a few. I also have 2+ years experience technical writing/editing, and 8+ years freelance writing/editing.

  • 4 years in business
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Owner of Three River Editing Services. Specializing in all writing and editing services. Over 10 years of experience.

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I work with my customers to find their unique story and then tell it in a voice that's uniquely theirs. My hallmark is a conversational tone that is clear, concise, and easy to read.

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Need a Resume Writer

Pittsburgh, PA

  • Career stage
    Mid career
  • Service needs
    Writing resume, Writing cover letter
  • Target industry
    I'm not sure yet
  • Details
    I have 14 years of casework experience. Im burnt out and would like an opportunity outside of social services. Iam available anytime this week as Iam on vacation. As a reminder Iam a caseworker so I do not have a lot of money to contribute. Any type of assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you :)
  • $175
    Average price
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