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L.David Copywriting
4.7
from 3 reviews
  • 5 years in business
Ann N.
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Leo is an amazing copywriter. He is timely, responsive, thoughtful and engaging. He understands his clients and their needs which results to great execution.

Cushing Direct
5.0
from 1 review
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Cameron S.
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Anne has been a pleasure to work with. She has so far helped us with a marketing outline aswell as creative for an advertising mailer. She has a wealth of knowledge and we will definitely continue working with her as our business grows.

Lisa Pierson
5.0
from 1 review
    Amy P.
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    Lisa is a top notch copywriter who is well-versed in a wide variety of techniques, including extensive knowledge in conversion and direct response best practices. She's also a sharp business person - you won't find anyone more reliable, or committed. If Lisa takes on your project, you can rest easy, leave the job to her and know you'll get the best possible final product without having to worry or sweat the details. Lisa has completed several projects for me and she'll be my go-to for upcoming projects as well.

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    I am a Seattle-based professional Spanish translator with 7 years of experience in digital localization and copywriting.

    • 5 years in business
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack
    About

    My work stands out from others in my profession due to the value I place in the opinion of my clients. During our first interview it's about listening to you and learning what your true needs are. Those are then reflected in my work back to you. If it doesn't sound right the first go around, we work on it until it does - but generally, because we communicate effectively the first time, we get it right the first time. Learning from the people I work with and about the variety of industries all around me. I love what I do so there is never a dull moment.

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    I understand the importance of voice. All writing has a specific style that has been chosen for how it 'speaks' to the reader. My many years at an author, journalist, copywriter and creative writer offer a client not only creative and technical versatility, but someone who listens and understands your needs. Helping people achieve their goals. I get great pleasure out of going to the keyboard everyday and working, but when a client says, "This is exactly what I wanted", I'm so proud and happy to have found them a solution to their challenge.

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    "Perhaps the very best question that you can memorize and repeat, over and over, is, “what is the most valuable use of my time right now?" Brian Tracy Use your and your client's time wisely by customizing and outsourcing your research and discovery projects. Contact Diane Anderson for quality and customized research and discovery plans specifically for copywriters. Save time, write more, and earn more!

    • 17 years in business
    About

    Tony's Ink is a full service copywriting service specializing in fashion. Tony holds an AA in fashion marketing and a BA in English. Tony has been freelance for 15 years and has written for hundreds of businesses, papers and magazines. To view all services, rates, and references, visit his website.

    • 9 years in business
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    Clean, sparkling copy is often the first impression you make on prospective clientele. Every company needs: The visionary - That's you! You are the market expert. You know your products and services better than anyone else. The copy editor, the wordsmith - That's me. I supply the polish and clarity of communication needed to grab your client from the very first line. I make your copy shine. My name is Dave Kragen. "I sleep well knowing that Dave Kragen has proofed, edited, and ensured that my message gets out in a highly professional manner. Dave has the gift of emulating his client's written voice without detracting from their message. I believe that KaveDragen Ink is a necessary component to successful business writing." ---Tim Longley, 25 years of experience in ergonomic office solutions to companies of all sizes Clean, sparkling copy is often the first impression you make on prospective clientele. Every company needs: The visionary - That's you! You are the market expert. You know your products and services better than anyone else. The copy editor, the wordsmith - That's me. I supply the polish and clarity of communication needed to grab your client from the very first line. I make your copy shine. My name is Dave Kragen. "I sleep well knowing that Dave Kragen has proofed, edited, and ensured that my message gets out in a highly professional manner. Dave has the gift of emulating his client's written voice without detracting from their message. I believe that KaveDragen Ink is a necessary component to successful business writing." ---Tim Longley, 25 years of experience in ergonomic office solutions to companies of all sizes

    About

    An award-winning video producer and copywriter who offers creative and persuasive brand storytelling in video, print and online. Michelle has built her reputation on memorable messaging that cuts through marketing speak and says something people actually care about. Strategic and passionate about doing great work, she’s been profiled in both rolling stone and glamour for her role as director of MTV’s The Real World. Experience includes: • Work with agency creative teams on Fortune 500 accounts like Levi’s, Best Buy, Bank of America, Expedia, Washington Mutual, Comcast Cable, Wells Fargo, Moneytree, American Express, Microsoft and many more. Agencies include Razorfish, JWT, Wunderman, Zaaz, Publicis, Cole and Weber United and Digital Kitchen. • Directing and producing successful shows and segments for MTV, Discovery Channel, The Disney Channel, The Travel Channel, The Rachel Ray Show and many more. • Writing projects that have spanned everything from branding strategy and product launches to concepting, and executing cohesive campaigns across both digital and traditional media. • Direct client relationships with Starbucks, T-Mobile and Top Pot Doughnuts (to name a few), for video producing, script writing and copywriting.

    About

    I'm an advertising copywriter who writes copy to get results for you. I've worked for national clients at major ad agencies as well as for local, single location businesses. I've won major awards in the process. I have tons of experience in print, radio, television, longer videos, collateral, direct mail, websites, --just about everything but skywriting. If you want a finished radio spot or campaign, I can handle every aspect of creating killer radio commercials. Go to my website, check out my work and you'll be persuaded. I look forward to discussing your needs.

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    I'm a perfectionist who is always willing to go the extra mile. I love helping small businesses succeed, as well as helping people achieve marketing goals they never thought possible. I love a great piece of advertising! Polishing and tweaking writing until it really shines is my specialty.

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    I spent over a decade using strong writing and innovative copy to create compelling marketing materials for restaurants, catering companies, and grocery stores. I am now a freelance journalist and copywriter with a passion for editing--kill all the darlings! Writing for the Seattle Weekly, KOMO News, Food Network Magazine, and Serious Eats, among others, I look to find and highlight the heart of the story—the part that grabs the reader and makes them wish they could keep reading the story forever. When not writing, I also coach ski racing and write a food blog called The Gastrognome.

    • 4 years in business
    About

    I like to concentrate on my clients businesses and services focusing on a potential customer's needs and addressing their concerns. Being retired, copywriting allows me to handle as many projects as I want to while permitting me to enjoy my retirement years.

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