I excel in the creation of content. I'm available to write professional materials, such as manuals, notifications, and emails, in addition to creative work, like short stories, plays, and novels. The same holds true for my editing expertise--I am a content manager by profession, which means I edit technical manuals, contracts, and the like, but I'm also pursuing a master's degree in creative writing, so fiction is a major facet of my life. Finally, I'm tech-savvy and web-smart. I know my way around WordPress; I can tweak your work for SEO; and I created and published an article every day for 19 weeks for Geek Smash, a geek news website, in addition to editing the articles of our entire writing team. In short, I'm your guy. When do we get started?
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Post your blog commenting project on oDesk and find talented and intelligent writers, with excellent command of the English language, to provide you with blog commenting services and promote your website, products or services. These professionals are experienced with discussion systems (like Disqus) and blog commenting software, and can leave positive blog comments on your personal blog or your company’s website articles. They can also write both search engine optimized and helpful content to get votes and increase exposure, do YouTube and blog commenting for SEO and link-building purposes, and prepare detailed reports that highlight popular blogs with large communities, high PageRank and link support in blog comments.
Blog commenting is the exchange of information between bloggers and readers in the comment section of a weblog post. On oDesk, the world’s largest online workplace, you will find creative blog commenters who are able to enter comfortably into conversations, contribute on various topics, and perform blog commenting in a discrete yet effective and engaging way to generate leads for your website and increase brand awareness.
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Creative, conscientious individual with a broad skill set. I work mainly as a freelance writer as well as a presenter and actress. I am seeking writing, PR, journalism and events projects, in addition to acting and presenting ventures. Journalism and PR experience from full-time employment as a PR Executive, working on copy in a range of mediums, events, research and video projects. Now self-employed freelancer providing articles, website content, market research, PR and event management for a range of commercial and B2B clients. I have also been working professionally as an actress and presenter since 2008. My experience includes corporate and commercial voiceovers, TV, film, commercials, other corporate work and theatre.
A global award-winning coach delivering growth, results, success and freedom quickly and effectively through an integrated and holistic approach at work, rest and play. Provision of brand strategy including clarifying and creating effective USPs, taglines and slogans. Proof-reading and editing from website, to articles to brochures to CVs/resumes. I clarify and enhance the message of your copy and other authored materials. For 11+ years delivering, coaching, consulting and training on presentations and presentation skills. With 215+ published blogs and articles on leadership, personal success, productivity and performance, I deliver the right message with the right focus at the right time in the right way for the right audience.
Ilana Masad is an Israeli-American writer, editor, copy-editor, transcriber, social media expert, reader and ghostwriter living in New York City. Her professional work in these fields began in 2012, when she spent a full academic year on the staff of The Oxford Student newspaper at Oxford University. During her first term she served as a copy-editor; during her second term she served as chief copy-editor as well as editor of the Arts & Lit section, where she instituted a popular flash fiction column. Her final term at Oxford was spent serving as deputy editor (as well as de-facto chief copy-editor). She was also recruited by the Oxford University Student Union to serve on the editorial staff of E&E, a new magazine dealing with issues of the environment and ethics. The highlights of her time as an editor at the OxStu include her interview of Davey Havok (front-man of the band AFI and author of the book POP KIDS) and her interview with Joss Whedon, Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof regarding their adaptation of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. The year at Oxford was fruitful in other ways. Masad saw the first publications of her fiction appearing in Tin House’s Open Bar, as a winner of round two and the final round of the Master Plotto: Student Edition contest. Later, she also received the Rex Warner Literary Award from Wadham College. Masad received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College, where she spent her final year as non-fiction editor of the Sarah Lawrence Review. She began writing occasional book reviews for The Lit Pub. She also interned for Bookish and soon became a freelance writer for them. She then interned at the prestigious Writers House Literary Agency, working with both senior and junior agents representing the likes of Nora Roberts, John Green, Neil Gaiman and others. Most recently, she was working as a copy-writer and editor for Prose Media, a copywriting firm, as well as providing social media services for various authors. She is also beginning to ghostwrite, and continues to transcribe interviews for D-Facto Films, a Canadian documentary-film company, and VICE Media. Masad meanwhile continues to publish her fiction online and in print.
Public Relations professional with more than 10 years of experience in large firms; corporations; and boutique agencies including my own where I've handled everything from tech to travel. Most recently, I worked with Norwegian Cruise Line where I launched the line’s social media program in 2008 and served as the eyes, ears and voice of the company actively participating in social media conversations and directing all social media strategies.
Highly qualified Technical Translator ∕Editor with extensive experience over 10 years experience of providing technical Russian-English language expertise for major Oil&Gas engineering projects. Legal translation as well as on finance and economics.
Creative, Organized, Funny ... or Serious, because writing is serious business. Michelle Lievense is a professional blogger, ghostwriter, and marketing maven with over 10 years of experience helping individuals, start-ups, and small businesses tackle numerous projects. From business plans, product reviews, and web content, to social media curation, blog or academic articles, and short stories, Michelle can tailor her voice to a wide range of projects. As an experienced writer, Michelle's primary areas of expertise include: business and marketing strategy, eco and green lifestyle, food and entertainment, personal finance, fitness, sexual health and education, DIY basics, organization, travel and leisure, water sports, and a wide variety of other topics. Michelle can help you organize your thoughts, polish and share your ideas, and even write content for cross-functional platforms. Thank you for your consideration.
I have a BA in Journalism and experience writing for embassies, newspapers, blogs, online serials, magazines, television as well as radio.. I am multilingual. Fluent in English and Serbian, with a high level knowledge of Spanish and an intermediate knowledge of French and Italian, as well as a beginner-level knowledge of Bahasa Indonesia. I have recently started studying German and will soon start studying Korean. I deliver high quality work and will always be available for communication via e-mail, Skype or phone. I will not apply for jobs I am not certain I can deliver high quality content for.
I have graduated psychology and I study now for a master degree in clinical psychology and psychotherapy. I have a degree in international relations and european studies and in human resources management. I lived for a summer in Barcelona and worked at a summer camp for children, I know spanish pretty well and also german. I love to write and have a personal blog: adrianacristinadragut.blogspot.ro I want to write books for children and practice psychology.
I'm here to produce good work that people want to interact with. Humans are my species, and I won't ever lower myself to producing spammy robotic content or generic SEO. I have three years of advertising agency experience as a copywriter, digital marketer and project manager. In a small agency you often have to wear a lot of hats, some of my less formal job titles have included the following: Wordpress wizard, design sidekick, and spreadsheet warrior. Whether you're looking to have a piece of creative fiction ghostwritten, a marketing strategy set up, consulting, social, blogging or even a graphic--I can be your go-to gal.