Kelly is a talented writer who always finds a compelling angle to whatever story I assign her. She has never missed a deadline, either. A MAJOR plus! I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend her services.
Rena DiStasio, Editor
A chuckle for your Wednesday. Do you get it?
Kelly Koepke has been a shot in the arm, increasing public awareness of our names, mission and accomplishments. My personal travel and administrative duties kept me from continuing to effectively “toot my own horn.” Kelly has effectively picked up the trumpet. Greg Frost, Frost Mortgage Banking Group
If you need help putting your marketing materials together, I’m available to create websites, newsletters, social media and press releases. I can also be beside you the entire time – in person or virtually – as you create it yourself. Find out more by contacting me.
Friday tip: A 5 tip bonus!
If you need a little spark to help you breathe life into your next social media post, blog or article, here are 5 tips to get your creative juices flowing:
1-Be yourself & write what you know. Give yourself permission to write in your style about the things in which you’re interested.
2-Let go of perfection. Done is better than perfect. (That doesn’t mean ignoring spelling or grammar, though.)
3-Practice short & be flexible. Not every piece of writing is a novel. A blog, social media post or article can be a single line or paragraph.
4-Be inspired by others. Something you recently read could probably use your perspective.
President Taft had it right. Don’t write so that you can be understood. Write so that you can’t be misunderstood.
Her writing truly captured the essence of what my business is all about. It is concise, accurate-gets to the point of the overall message. Without hesitation, she has my highest recommendation and I would, without a doubt, refer her to anyone who needs a master wordsmith. Michael Gelman, Gelman2 Information Services