When creating content, it's important to know what you want and why.
This piece on the right was composed for the purpose of drawing the reader in and engaging them in the story.
Without a clear idea of what kind of narrative is needed, the result will be mushy and vague. It's the purpose - the message - of a narrative that gives it focus.
At the same time, when you're asking someone else to write for you, you need to be willing to give them a little wiggle room within your expectations.
All personal information used to compose this resume is fictional. Any similarity to persons living or dead is completely coincidental.
In other situations, it's not the purpose of the text that poses a problem, but the text itself.
We all know that a resume is supposed to enumerate the reasons you specifically are qualified for the job in question, but it can be hard to talk yourself up if that's not something you've practiced.
Simply let me know what you'd like your resume to look like (sleek and elegant, bold and confident?) and the information necessary to the composition, and I can make you look as polished as if you just came out of a 5-star spa.
$7 per hour or $15 per session
$5 per page
$10 per hour
Any of they above prices may be changed for large or long-term projects.
The Scribe understands that not all projects are created equal.
If you're not sure what your project needs, just send me an email and we can figure it out together. There's no charge for a chat, and if I'm not the editor for you, then at least you can come away with a better idea of what you need than what you had when you started.