You put your credibility at stake with each word you publish about yourself, your business, and your products. Tone-deaf copy diminishes your brand. Potential customers hesitate when they encounter bad syntax and clunky phrasing. Not all of your employees will notice grammatical errors in an internal publication, but you'll lose a little respect from those who do -- and they're probably your smartest people. Does a white paper with a typo really establish you as an authority?
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I write clean copy that makes you look good and resonates with...
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May 9, 2012|Editing & Proofreading|$110|Completed
Here's what a few of my Elance clients have said about my work:
"My experience with this contractor was great; the articles were edited to my specifications exactly. I would hire again in the future."
"Great Job, Great Communication, Very good work, I will defiantly use him again, very satisfied!”
My first writing job was with The Associated Press at its New York City headquarters, where I wrote for two years about business, sports, and local news. Reporters at the AP say their deadline is every minute, and I learned to write compelling stories under the constant pressure of that mantra.
As a freelancer, my Fortune 500 clients have included Nationwide Insurance and Bath & Body Works. I have written marketing collateral for an insurance agency and product descriptions for a boutique fly fishing rod manufacturer.
I earned a B.S. in accounting and worked for a Big Four accounting firm before studying journalism in graduate school. That background gives me the rare ability among writers to write effectively about business and finance.
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