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Maggie Dennison

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Location: Santa Barbara, CA US
Website: http://t.co/oY9HVpiCcy
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Bio

As a copywriter and marketing consultant I work with small businesses that may not have a marketing department or the in-house writing capabilities to put out a consistent message. Effective copywriting helps them reach their goals. I pull diverse ideas into a cohesive whole. Putting what needs to be said into clear, easy-to-grasp words, creates an engaging image of the business and gets the attention of their clients.

Here are some marketing materials I've written for about 70 different types of businesses, and for clients from California to Spain.

- Website content - Ebooks - Marketing emails - Special reports - White papers - Case studies - Newsletters - Brochures - Letters - Blog posts - Sell sheets - Business profiles

…and anything else my clients need to spread the word about their businesses.

Let's talk!

ON A PERSONAL NOTE...

I still have the accent to prove that I grew up in Northern Ireland! My BA in French, German, and Economics is from Trinity College, Dublin - useful when I lived in France and Germany. But more relevant to my work as a copywriter is an MA in Applied Psychology from the University of Santa Monica, California, since much of sales and marketing is based in human behavior, how people perceive the company, and the psychology of sales and persuasion.

I worked for multinational corporations for a long time, including a number of years supervising a group of editors and graphic artists and making sure that the materials helped the company meet its goals.

Later, as a Business Coach helping people achieve breakthroughs in their businesses, I often wrote marketing materials for my clients. I soon discovered that I had a talent for putting into words what my clients didn’t even know they needed to say. And so it all began...