copy. content. creative.

writing

When you need a writer for…

how-to manuals and articles

faculty bios

social media blasts

a website

a brochure

advertising

email newsletters

whitepapers

product and catalog copy

you need a writer with the write stuff.
Meris Gebhardt headshot

“Üma outperformed and exceeded all expectation for writing, editing, and creatively elevating my digital presence. She is really talented and understands the needs of small businesses trying to rise above the noise.”

MERIS GEBHARDT
FOUNDER, OPULENT MINDFULNESS
Mike T. headshot

“Our services are very technical and so were our marketing brochures. Üma was brought in to rewrite our collateral and make it more human and relatable for our audience. Now we have brand communications we can be proud of.”

MIKE TIJERINA
MARKETING DIRECTOR, CENTERLOGIC IT

Writer, schmiter… what’s the difference?

Not every copywriter makes a great author. And many authors couldn’t write a line of “copy” to save their lives. But what’s the difference and why does it matter?

“Writing” can mean just about anything. I refer to myself as a writer whether I’m working on a client’s website, ghostwriting, or working on my own nonfiction.

Copywriters write very specific text for various mediums, such as print, web, television, and radio. Copywriters often work with creative directors to determine the tone and mood of the writing. Copywriting is usually more focused on marketing value.

My specialty is long-form writing; web content, essays, books, whitepapers, and articles that present a depth of information or a longer form of storytelling. And with a background in marketing, I bring a wealth of brand communications and PR to the party.

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