Writing & Print Editing






We have several skillful writers on staff that specialize in the various different types and styles of writing. All of our writers have many years of professional writing experience. And each one comes with his or her own unique talent in their areas of expertise.


We can provide our clients everything from the short, breezy, story to the highly detailed writing found in technical and training manuals. We excel in copy writing with award winning copywriters on our staff.


We can create ad copy, blogs, newsletters, news articles, press releases, brochures, technical manuals, training manuals, operation manuals, feature stories, website copy, sales letters, sales presentations, product user manuals, repair manuals, scripts, and more.


Whatever your writing requirements, we can write it for you. We can also edit any written material you have that needs editing. Writing samples furnished on request.
























Good copy is a call to attention. Great copy is a call to action. Every great idea starts with a well-formulated statement. Well chosen words will engage your audience with a clear, compelling, enduring message that effectively communicates your ideas while emphasizing your mission. More sales, more traffic, more engagement, greater loyalty and deeper relationships happen when you use the right words.

♦ Your words will be powerful and persuasive, compelling your readers to act
♦ Your brand will inspire and engage your audience making them fall in love with you
♦ Your internal communications will excite and enthuse your people, motivating them to deliver your brand values.


With your help, we’ll learn about your business, your customers, your values and your goals and create copy that is concise, focused, clear and perfectly aligned to your brand.





Technical writing covers many genres and writing styles depending on the information and audience. Some examples of technical writing include:


Instructions and procedures are documents that help either developers or end users operate or configure a device or program. Examples of instructional documents include user manuals and troubleshooting guides for computer programs, household products, medical equipment, and automobiles.


Proposals. Most projects begin with a proposal—a document that describes the purpose of a project, the tasks that will be performed in the project, the methods used to complete the project, and finally the cost of the project. Proposals cover a wide range of subjects. For example, a technical writer may author a proposal that outlines how much it will cost to install a new computer system, and a teacher may write a proposal that outlines how a new biology class will be structured.


Emails, letters, and memoranda are some of the most frequently written documents in a business. Letters and emails can be constructed with a variety of goals—some are aimed at simply communicating information while others are designed to persuade the recipient to accomplish a certain task. While letters are usually written to people outside of a company, memoranda (memos) are documents written to other employees within the business.


Press releases. When a company wants to publicly reveal a new product or service, they will have a technical writer author a press release, a document that describes the product's functions and value to the public.


Specifications are design outlines that describe the structure, parts, packaging, and delivery of an object or process in enough detail that another party can reconstruct it.[15] For example, a technical writer might diagram and write the specifications for a smartphone or bicycle so that a manufacturer can produce the object.


Descriptions are shorter explanations of procedures and processes that help readers understand how something works. For example, a technical writer might author a document that shows the effects of greenhouse gases or demonstrates how the braking system on a bike functions.


Resumes and job applications are another example of technical documents. They are documents that are used in a professional setting to inform readers of the author's credentials.


Technical reports are written to provide readers with information, instructions, and analysis on tasks. Reports come in many forms. For example, a technical writer might evaluate a building that is for sale and produce a trip report that highlights his or her findings and whether or not he or she believes the building should be purchased. Another writer who works for a non-profit company may publish an evaluation report that shows the findings of the company's research into air pollution.


Case study is a published report about a person, group, or situation that has been studied over time; also: a situation in real life that can be looked at or studied to learn about something. For example, an individual's challenging situation at his or her workplace and how he or she resolved it is a case study.


White papers are documents that are written for experts in a field and typically describe a solution to a technological or business challenge or problem. Examples of white papers include a piece that details how to make a business stand out in the market or a piece explaining how to prevent cyber-attacks on businesses.


Web sites. The advent of hypertext has changed the way documents are read, organized, and accessed. Technical writers of today are often responsible for authoring pages on websites like "About Us" pages or product pages and are expected to be proficient in web development tools.














































































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