Web

Many people still believe that writing for the Web is no different than writing for print.

Web writing is as much a specialty as screenwriting, radio scripting and newspaper reporting. It requires you to:

  • Get the user's attention now, or forever lose it.
  • Base your writing on what they need.
  • Write in 360 degrees, because everything needs to link to something else.

That's what I’ve learned writing for MovingStation and IsNow — two distinct organizations with the same need – to get their business moving on the Web by getting their users to stay on their website. I can do that for you too.

Contact me today for more information on how to structure your website content so users will stay and see what you have to offer the world.

Xsell New Media

Saturday, January 26th, 2008

Project: Wrote new content for a small web designer Judie Sell to help her promote her services on the Web and offered input regarding the potential for the site in the future.

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Estelle Graphics

Saturday, January 26th, 2008

Project: Working with a Web designer Estelle Carol and her partner Bob Simpson, redrafted Website content to direct readers more quickly and easily to the company’s products and services.

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IsNow.com: The Supply Side of the Business

Saturday, January 26th, 2008

This website is a counterpart to a print publication put out by Cosmetologists Chicago, a trade association of beauty professionals. One section of the site is dedicated to business advice for salon owners. The job here was to incorporate another business partner — Office Max — into that advice. Bold text was linked in the original content.

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Kreiter, Byck and Associates, LLC — Labor Law

Saturday, January 26th, 2008

OUR PRACTICE:

Workers Compensation
Medical Malpractice
Personal Injury
The Illinois Workers Compensation Act

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