English-language technical instruction and writing are in demand, because English has become the language of international business.
You’ve built your web site, or designed your product—now what? Who’s going to know (or care) without an accurate and concise message? To succeed, you need to speak to your niche audience.“We have been making great software, but now with this award, we can call it award-winning software.”
—Scott Edmonds, CEO and President, Webtech Wireless, 2012
I can write for your audience and let you get on with running your business.
I’ll write it—you’ll get read.
As a writer, you may be inspired to write, but you don’t have the time
to edit—even your own writing.
—David Greer, VP Marketing, Webtech Wireless, 2011
It’s easy to get too attached and miss what a fresh set of eyes can provide, because everybody needs a good editor. Let me be a fresh set of eyes for you.
You write it—I’ll make sure you shine.
For training to be effective, learners need clear and relevant objectives to assess their own learning. And, if they are engaged, invited to participate,
and enjoy themselves—even better!
—Helen Dudley, BCIT student, 2012
As an instructor at BCIT and recent recipient of the BC Provincial Instructor Diploma, I’ve learned that adult education is best when I focus on facilitating great conversations in the classroom.
I’ll help you grow.
What’s the buzz about blogging? It’s simple: blogs are a great way to draw readers to your site repeatedly. Everybody is over-exposed to plain old marketing, but a story well told is a story worth passing along.“Jason, you’ve outdone yourself. Tears of joy in my eyes…I love this story. It’s a huge story on the front page right now.”
—Linda Solomon, Managing Editor, The Vancouver Observer, 2011
And the only thing better than that is a great story optimized for search engines.
I’ll write it—I’m quick!
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I support the BC SPCA (Vancouver), because
“everyone needs a friend”.