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Why Working With An Award-Winning Writer Matters

Updated: Jul 18, 2019

I debated posting this blog because I didn't want to come across as arrogant.

I'm the complete opposite of that; I promise. But truth be told, I've been blessed to win a few awards in my writing career – including through Edit This – and I believe that should be a deciding factor when business owners are choosing to work with a contract writer.

There are plenty of professional writers you can outsource work to for blogs, press releases, your website, etc., and any one of them will do a great job and take a lot off your plate. Partnering with an award-winning writer and editor who can adapt to virtually any industry gives you peace of mind and sets your company's voice apart from the crowd.

Below is a small sampling of the individual recognition I have received:

* Best Writing & Editing Service (2015, 2017)

* Best Blogger (2017)

* Class A Sports Column Writing – 1st place (2017)

* Class A Sports Feature Writing – 1st place (2015, 2016)

Associated Press Sports Editors

* Explanatory Writing – Tied-3rd place (2017)

* Enterprise Feature Writing – 3rd place (2016)

* Breaking News Writing – 8th place (2016)

Winning awards is not what I got into this business to do – it's merely a perk. I have a passion for what I do for a living, and I'm here to provide the best storytelling possible to help your business stand out. That's the greatest award I could receive.

Thanks for reading! For more tips on how to hire the best writer for your business, check out this blog I wrote on 7 questions to ask yourself before hiring a writer.

*STEVE GAMEL is the President & Owner of Edit This, LLC, a writing and editing services company located in Denton, TX. Steve handles anything involving the written word. Give him a call today to help give your business a clear voice.

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