Promotional Publication-Ready Press Release Writing for Co-Merge Members
San Diego CA, 7/29/2014 – Independent writing service founder Geoffrey Craig is offering to author one publication-ready press release, at no charge, to a limited number of Co-Merge members.
A well-worded press release can serve as web content to attract search engine attention and inform your audience about your activities. Having a boilerplate press release on hand, as information about your business product or service, can be invaluable. It is also a great tool to promote events or offerings or just to get the word out to your community.
It takes time and practice to produce effective business writing. This offer will help participants by delegating a time-consuming and often stressful task, for which they will receive a professional-grade result in return. Typical reviews of Geoff’s work are very positive and use adjectives like “wordsmith”, “professional” and “creative”.
This offer is limited to the first twelve Co-Merge members who request to participate, and one press release per member. The press release will be less than five hundred words. All required consultations, revisions and rewrites are included. Once the participants are satisfied with the final press release they can do with it as they please. The only stipulations are that it will be attached to the portfolio section of the Documents Are Go website, restricted as “no robots, no comments and no copy” and some may be presented to future prospective clients by the service as examples of past work.
Documents Are Go is a San Diego based e-commerce content development service for small business start-ups and independent professionals. The business name originated from the founder’s online account profile for one of the largest online freelancing services.
Geoff is an Anglo-American freelance writer, currently residing in San Diego, California. He has an MBA from National University and he has been self-employed for more than two years. He writes about diverse topics including finance, business and technology. His passions include writing, oil painting, spaceflight, a well made Dry Rye Manhattan and vintage ship appreciation, in no particular order.