After 23 years experience in BBC radio, I am now Director of 2ZY, a media training, consultancy and production company. I work closely with media training clients on techniques to enhance their on air performance on radio and television, through coaching and performance review. I write a weekly blog and am an experienced copy editor. I make podcasts, live formats, documentaries and music shows, and have experience of all kinds of radio and audio genres.
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Everyone has a story. The key to success is finding someone who can tell it. With a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, I have more than 20 years of experience in telling people's stories and copy editing those stories for newspapers, magazines and businesses. My written work has appeared in The News & Observer, The Charlotte Observer, The Independent Weekly, The Detroit Free Press, Essence magazine, Ebony.com, Duke Divinity's Faith & Leadership online magazine, Signal Hill and WomenAdvanceNC.org. As a former health writer at The News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C., my work has been recognized for excellence with awards from the North Carolina Press Association, the American Cancer Society, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the American Heart Association. I also have served as a copy editor on numerous projects, including a memoir, an academic textbook and a 100-page RFP for a real estate company. I can make your copy sing and your clients take note. If you've got a story to share, I can find a compelling way to tell it.
See my full portfolio at www.sbhfreelance.com ! An experienced freelance writer and award winning English instructor, my writing portfolio includes compelling, audience-driven print and digital content focusing on women’s health and fitness, parenting, education, human interest topics, travel, and food. As a freelancer, I provide magazine writing, professional blogging, digital content creation, ghostwriting, newsletter services, copy editing, fact-checking, and press release services. In addition to holding an M.Ed. in English Education from Mercer University and a B.A. in English and Rhetoric & Communications from the University of California, Davis, I offer: *Professional writing and editing expertise, developing articles, blogs, and other digital content for print magazines, business publications and websites to include TableAus (Australian Mensa Publication), Pregnancy Magazine, Raising Maine Magazine, Mainetoday.com, Midcoast Life, The Coastal Journal, The American Chesapeake Bulletin, Suite101.com, Healthy Moms Fitness, pregnancytoday.com, and iparenting.com *Eighteen years of experience engaging with adolescent and adult learners, teaching writing and literature in traditional, online, and hybrid formats *Curriculum design acumen, authoring online course curriculum for Southern New Hampshire University Online (LIT 213 and ENG 101), district course curriculum for the York County Public School System, and alternative assessment tasks for the state of Florida *SEO success, maintaining a top web presence as a Curriculum and Gifted Education writer for Suite101.com and as a Parenting and Education blogger for Raising Maine *Data collection and analysis experience, managing the composition, data collection, analysis and report of a breed health survey representing 3,564 animals as the Health Editor and Health Committee Chair for the American Chesapeake Club and overseeing the creation and data analysis of the Pryor Middle School Blueprint 2000 climate survey as chair of that committee *Technological know-how, with strong command of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, FrontPage), digital video applications (iMovie, Movie Maker, Sony Vegas Pro), and Open Source software (Jing, Pictogram, Workflowy, Voki), as well as proficiency with Blackboard, Moodle, and Web-CT Course Management Systems *Social media savvy, with experience using Linkedin, Twitter, and Facebook to promote websites, blogs, and print material
I am a female, African American voiceover artist available for a wide range of voice projects including commercials, narration, training, phone systems, trailers, or any genre needed. (My voiceover demos are posted below in the Portfolio section.) I am able to provide pre-, post- and production services such as writing copy/scripts, full voice recordings, sound editing via Audacity, and deliver finished tracks with added music or effects as requested. I work from my home studio with professional recording equipment. (Added bonus: I am a certified English and Speech teacher. My experience as an educator has proven very helpful in the voiceover process and industry.) Please also visit my website at www.sherylspeaks.com for a complete overview of my voice services. For nearly 16 months I have served as a volunteer reader at the Georgia Radio Reading Service [GARRS] where I do a weekly taping of USA Today newspaper for visually impaired listeners on a closed circuit station of Georgia Public Broadcasting. Finally, I received voiceover training at Clayton State University with voice coach Vince Bailey. I wrote and recorded a commercial for Tea's Me Cafe and Tea Company; Indianapolis, IN.
We all want to have the most appealing and financially rewarding website out there, don’t we? The unfortunate truth is that most new websites fall far short of this ambition, because very few people truly understand how to go about creating one. Too many times I’ve been called in by clients who’ve paid out for a website that ends up poorly reflecting their business. The problem seems to be the multitude of contrasting skills required for the job. Rarely will one person have a skill-set comprehensive enough to encompass all areas of website production — from programming to user interface design to writing engaging copy that’s optimised for search engines and converts visitors into paying customers. This is where I can offer something special to my clients: over the past 10 years I have dedicated myself to helping small businesses gain momentum and build explosive growth. My speciality is web design, as this is where I have found most small businesses require help, but my skills and advice are usually enlisted in numerous other areas of a particular business. This requires wearing many hats, so I’ve been lucky enough to diversify and hone my skills in all aspects of design, marketing and copywriting. Last week I packed up my life in the UK and moved all of my belongings to Thailand, where I will be spending the next 6 months. The people are wonderful, the weather is fantastic, the food is out of this world and my apartment comes complete with fibre optic broadband and a pool. As a bonus, my living costs are low so I can pass some of that saving on to my clients. Having only just begun my life as a digital nomad, my profile currently lacks any reviews from previous oDesk clients; however, included in my portfolio below is a selection of work completed for my most recent client (Green Energy Advice Team) from my hometown of Brighton, UK.
Prior to my time as a comparative literature at NYU, I had already developed an in-depth knowledge of literature of all types written in and translated into the English language. Soon after my arrival in Manhattan, I had started working part-time as an editorial intern with a small publishing house, DonnaInk Publications. As I copy & content edited both fiction and non-fiction manuscripts alike, some of which then went on to be electronic bestsellers within their respective genres on Amazon, the CEO of DonnaInk Publications realized my potential and hired me for the senior editor's position before I had graduated from NYU this past May. Due to the limited number of manuscripts, however, I was only required to work part-time. Currently, as I continue to concentrate on my own academic and non-fiction writing, I'm seeking a publishing house or literary agency in need of a full-time editor or editorial assistant with a Bachelor's degree, although I am always open and excited to do freelance editing of almost any kind or length.
PhD in Rhetoric from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. Specialize in techical and online communication. Can synthesize data or information into e.g. reports, presentations, proposals, briefs, factsheets, talking points memos. Can develop white papers, literature reviews (access to university libraries for full text technical and research literatures), technical documentation, instructions in the form of enumerated task-steps and expository glosses. Analytical skills include computer aided text analysis using concordancers, techniques of aggregation and filtering to support content curation or content marketing. Teach courses in technical communication, rhetoric, research methods. In Canada on work visa. U.S. Citizen.
I am a creative, strategic & tactical freelance marketing and PR professional. I have client-side and agency-side experience. I have worked with with household name - Zanussi - as well as a host of UK brands from industries such as sustainability, energy efficiency, fashion and consumer goods. I always aim to integrate on-line and off-line PR to ensure you get the best 'bang for your buck' and to increase the frequency of your campaign. As a marketeer I know how to get the best mix of creativity and flair without losing sight of the main aim - sales.
Shirley is a qualified graphic designer (Diploma of Advertising and Graphic Design) with 16 years of experience in graphic and web design roles. Having worked as part of a marketing team briefing designers, as well as being a graphic designer herself, Shirley’s excellent communication skills and understanding of both the client’s and the designer’s points of view enable her to successfully interpret briefs and turn them into great designs. Shirley's specialties include: Logo design Business cards Stationery Marketing collateral Advertisements Business documents eg proposals, reports, technical papers Website design Website development Writing for the web Electronic templates eg e-newsletters, PowerPoint, letterhead, proposals, reports Wedding stationery and invitations
I am a highly creative communications professional with multi-discipline background encompassing writing, copy editing, presentation creation, event coordination, video, budget management, critical thinking and radio production. I have strong research and writing skills with unique ability to identify captivating subjects, conceptualize and develop story ideas. I have worked in the Communications and Marketing departments of major U.S. companies such as Gap Inc. and Virgin America for the past seven years. My recent experience also includes working in a smaller start-up based in Germany, giving me international experience. I hold a B.A. degree in Communication and keep myself up to date on the newest communication technology and social media opportunities. To see my portfolio please visit: http://prezi.com/ynwqiluui3kn/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share