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Marti Dryk, Ph.D.
from 142 reviews
  • 21 years in business
  • 304 hires on Thumbtack
Michael M.
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Dr. Dryk is great to work with! Pure brilliance when it comes to editing and sedning feedback. Working with her has been a joy. After a phone call with her I knew she would be the perfect person to edit my book. She exceeded all my expectations. I recommend using Dr. Dryk. Professional and friendly!

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KWC Career Coaching
from 21 reviews
  • 28 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Nelson T.
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Excellent experience. Katrina is a lifesaver especially when it comes to mock interviews. She responded within 24 hours and worked with my chaotic schedule to conduct two mock interviews. She provided insightful feedback which helped me to prepare very well for three back to back interviews. You won't regret giving her a call. Katrina is a STAR!

TAO Consulting
from 10 reviews
  • 31 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Hal N.
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I've contracted with Rick Tobin to write for Big Medicine - an online emergency health journal. His writing is superb, always on time and on budget - and with minimal guidance. I provide Rick with a topic and he nails it.. every single time. If you're looking for serious bang-for-buck in an experience freelance writer, you ought to get Rick Tobin on your assignments roster.

  • 9 years in business
Zinaida M.
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Lusine is an excellent teacher, one of the best I have ever had. She perfectly balances professional and personal relations with students. She is knowledgeable, engaging, motivating and encouraging, at the same time very realistic and honest in her assessments and evaluations. Her ability to identify the exact needs of students and guide them through the process to reach their respective goals is invaluable and precious. Her creative and positive approach to teaching makes learning process not only efficient but also fun. I can highly recommend Lusine as a teacher! Irrespectively of what goal you have, you can rest assured, she will help you to reach that goal! With warmest memories of her lessons, Zina

Alayne Writes
from 5 reviews
  • 34 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Paula H.
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Alayne is a terrific editor! I don’t know what I’d do without her. I hire her to proofread and edit all of my business content and the websites of my clients. I appreciate how she goes beyond basic editing and makes helpful suggestions regarding readability, functionality, and usability. She is intelligent, thoughtful, and a joy to work with!

Rye Writes
from 2 reviews
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Dea W.
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Very thorough in his research before starting the actual article. Concise in style and stating the facts, but also adding interesting insights based on his analysis and experience. Loves writing and it shows in his work. Always willing to take feedback and improve an article. Great team player, always helping others and guide their writing. Overall great freelance writer. He delivers good articles and is easy to work with.

Michelle Savage-Mena
from 2 reviews
  • 10 years in business
Karen M.
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Michelle is a fantastic writer and a pleasure to work with. She is responsible, enthusiastic, creative and dependable. I truly miss the days we worked together at

  • 2 years in business
Kelechi A.
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Clifton was a very efficient and professional resume writer to work with. He took my poorly written resume and completely transformed it into a straight to the point, professionally written resume that was able to land me an interview with a great company within a week. Clifton wrote my resume using the right words and emphasized my past accomplishments and past experience. He also worked very fast and had written my resume by the following day. I would definitely recommend him.

Nichenista Media
from 1 review

    I help you improve your communication and writing projects. I'm a stickler for ensuring the right message gets to your intended audience through the appropriate channel(s). Whether it be online, offline, or hand written, keeping up with the ever-changing world of communication has never been more important (or more overwhelming!). That's where my background can help you. I have more than 20 years of solid experience in writing, editing, journalism, and public relations. From blogs and social media campaigns to "old school" writing and email newsletters, my passion for clear and concise communication is unparalleled. Give me a call, or shoot me a message; I'd love to see how we can work together.


    I am new to this business, but have been doing my own writing for a long time. I am interested in helping those in the San Antonio area who have stories about our great city get published. However, I am also interested in anybody who has great stories as well, and I am not confined to any particular genre or style.


    I write award-winning content for magazines (general and business-specific), websites, and broadcast TV (NPR)/radio (PBS) documentaries. Clients have included Citation Tech (Phoenix), High-Tech Institute (Phoenix), Salt River Project (Phoenix-area utility), Tucson Gas and Electric (Tucson utility), Detroit Electric, Apache Casino (New Mexico), Traverse Bay Casino (Michigan), Pechango Indian Casino (California), Ft. McDowell Casino (Phoenix), Chinook Winds Casino (Oregon), McMurry Publishing, Tucson Citizen newspaper (Gannett), Arizona Star (newspaper), Federal government--USDA Forest Service, State of Arizona, City of Tucson Library; City of Coolidge, " The Chinese in Tucson" (a 60-minute radio documentary which won an Arizona Press Club Award and Ohio State Award for Educational Excellence), Geronimo, The Final Years" (a 30-minute NPR TV historical documentary, which aired nationally and won numerous awards), "Faces of Pancho Villa" (a 30-minute historical TV documentary shot on location, which aired nationally and won numerous awards), and others. Diverse, highly readable, authoritative yet accessible writing style, fully vetted and documented. I specialize in working with businesses and individuals who want to

    • 9 years in business
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack

    Hello, For the last six years I have been working as a freelance writer and editor. Currently I work as Associate Editor for a leading health and wellness website, and also provide services for several local clients. I pride myself on my diligence, timeliness, and ability to accommodate a wide range of clients with varying needs.

    • 4 years in business

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    More than 30 years of corporate experience in writing, editing, proofing, creative concept and marketing ideas.


    I provide entertaining stories/ideas, creepy pastas, etc. I'm a very imaginative thinker, so my business is mostly in the service of entertainment!


    I write and edit technical documentation, marketing materials, edutainment content, eLearning courseware, newsletters, press releases, training materials, and a variety of other content—all optimized for SEO and social media. I also create interactive software demos, manage websites and social media campaigns. • Perform SEO optimization on customer websites as well as develop and manage social media campaigns. • Contributing author for Jones & Bartlett Learning’s Introduction to Computers and Application Software. • Develop edutainment courseware for a variety of subjects ranging from home networking and other technical subjects, digital photography tips and tricks to Microsoft Office products to office administration skills, for clients including Citibank, HP, Sony, and Verizon. • Create interactive product demos and courseware using Adobe Captivate and Camtasia. • Write several types of content: educational material, tech support documentation, website content, advertising copy, and marketing collateral. • Perform project management functions for all projects including creative direction and content strategy, as well as creating and maintaining tight project schedules. • Proofread and edit materials at various stages of the publication process, consulting with clients about house style and/or other requirements, including researching and validating accuracy of content. • Prepare responses to RFPs, including compiling information from multiple sources as well as rewriting and editing final response materials.


    I am able to complete Transcription quickly and I type at a rate of speed faster than most transcribers which means that for larger jobs that require an hourly rate-I ultimately cost less while still giving you a superior product.


    Over 20 years of public relations, marketing, fundraising, grant writing, editing, writing, media buys, working with tv, radio and print media outlets


    I turn ordinary words into dynamic prose! I am a published journalist and professional writer/editor with over 25 years experience. I offer quick turnaround times and flexible pricing. My skills are diverse and include: - Social media and community outreach - Digital/web content creation - PR/marketing literature creation - Corporate writing - presentations, business plans, proposals - Technical writing - Document management - Wiki design and maintenance Tools: MS Word, PowerPoint, Wiki/Confluence, Visio, iGrafx InDesign, Photoshop, Publisher and SharePoint.


    Research, literature searches, writing, editing, indexing, tutoring I have an Masters of Science in Library and Information Science from the University of North Texas (August 2011).


    I am a freelance writer looking for paid submissions, product and service reviews, articles, etc. I am also a published ebook author at You can see a sample at my blog on or from one of my books, such as Short Ghost Stories by Andrea Williams.

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