Need words to go with that killer design? How about some helpful advice for getting your next creative project off the ground? Want a side of great customer service and an affordable price?
I can do that.
Call me at 901-624-9452 and let’s get started. You can also say hello or ask me questions via email at email@example.com or Skype at letita_aaron. And don’t forget to tweet to me here: @letita_aaron.
Whether through inspirational and informative copy or by serving as a thought partner and advisor, I love creating opporunities for my clients to bring their best work to life.
Focus on the client–That’s you! My job is to listen to and anticipate your needs at the outset of the project in order to ensure that each deliverable reflects your mission, values and goals. To do that, I need to hear about your problems and how I can help solve them.
Communication is key. Progress is part of the process, so too are problems, and they do arise from time to time. I like to keep my clients updated of both so that projects stay on track.
Affordable service. Each project and client is unique, so I offer customized quotes and payment arrangements. And since I’m not a full-time employee, you don’t have to pay health insurance, feed me at meetings or worry about me stealing office supplies.
CLIENTS & EXPERIENCE
Some of the publications and organizations I’ve worked with include:
- All Shades of Pink
- Black Enterprise magazine
- The (Memphis) Commercial Appeal
- Fairfax Times
- The Gazette newspapers
- Hickory Hill M.B. Church
- The Lima (Ohio) News
- Mars Hill Baptist Church
- Memphis City Schools
- National Society of Black Engineers magazine group
- Presstime magazine
- Prince George’s County Public Schools
My services are targeted to a variety of clientele including small businesses, corporations, non-profit organizations, individuals and students. Project deliverables include:
- Web copy
- Business plans
- Grant writing
- Press Releases
- Email marketing
- Case histories
- Fact checking
- Resume revamping
- Cover letter polishing
- Ghost writing
- Career consulting
…and much more!
“Ms. Aaron was hired as the Editor of All Shades of Pink’s monthly newsletter — The Echo. She has been wonderful from the very beginning. She took a very general newsletter and has developed it into a very professional piece that our readers enjoy receiving. She edits content submitted for each publication and re-writes the articles with a level of sophistication that is greatly appreciated. We are very grateful for the professionalism that Ms. Aaron has bought to The Echo. Her ideas and layout of the newsletter creates interest and appeal. I, along with the Board, are very pleased with the work Ms. Aaron has provided and recommend others to do business with her. She is very reasonable and has never missed a deadline in the past year. Her work is A+.”
—Denice Whalen-White, Executive Director, All Shades of Pink, Inc. July 19, 2009
USEFUL RESOURCES (i.e. How does this freelance thing work?)
Whether you decide to work with me (yay!) or another creativity consultant (meh), it’s important that you know what to expect of your freelancer and what your freelancer expects of you. What, you didn’t think you were getting off that easy, did you?
The following articles written by Freelance Switch contributors Thursday Bram and Kristen Fischer are required reading for anyone thinking about outsourcing a creative project.
- Freelancers Versus Employees: What to Expect
- How to Get Quality Results on a Project You Needed Done Yesterday
- To Your Satisfaction: How to Get on the Same Page as Your Freelancer