I love the art and science of communication. People hire writers because they need help communicating ideas.
For example, maybe you have a speech to write.
No. You have a compelling speech to write.
…or perhaps, a critical, bring-in-the-cash fundraising appeal. Or a sexy, savvy technical case study.
Web copy. Blog copy. A resume to help you change careers. SO MUCH WRITING!
To choose a writer, ask a couple of questions: can this person effectively help us? Can we afford the work?
The latter should be a comfortable conversation. You need a budget. I’m very open about helping you get your money’s worth. We’ll talk about what you can afford, and what’s the cost of NOT getting your idea communicated clearly, and we’ll set a target budget.
But there’s no point in doing that unless I ‘get’ your project. So what do you need?
Freelance articles? Ghostwriting? Fiction/non-fiction editing? Marketing copy? Blog posts? Web content? A speech? Term paper recommendations and edits? Resume tune-up? SO, SO, SO MUCH WRITING!
WHATEVER your project, the message needs to be clear and effective. The words should be vibrant, with a call to action. Spelling, grammar and punctuation must be perfect. It must fit into a budget we both can work with.
If that sounds reasonable, let’s discuss your project, go over your questions, and put your ideas to work.
IT CASE STUDIES of SUGAR CRM (client W-Systems):
Managing intense publication schedules with SugarCRM at Fig Industries, a design and publishing studio
Automated processes: super-sophisticatedhighly-integrated CRM at Vigon’s international flavors, fragrances and cosmetics company