Editing saves time and money…and preserves your voice.
In editing, we use our knowledge of language, plus our knowledge of people and the way messages work, to fine tune your draft. Sometimes we simply correct grammar. Other times, we mold the message and revamp your draft completely to help you get where you want to go. When you write a first draft, it also helps us ensure that your voice comes through, which helps people believe in you and take positive action.
If you write a first draft—even a very rough one—it reduces the time we need to complete a clear, effective message that supports your goals.
Speeches, blogs, high-level correspondence, personal e-mail, presentations, books, business plans…more.
Speeches, constituent letters, campaign letters, high-level correspondence, personal e-mail, speech coaching…more.
White papers, case studies, newsletters, sales materials, press material, online promotion, social media posts, brochures, websites, blog entries, press releases, catalog copy, sales sheets and direct mail…more.