Why hire a teething writer?
Teething is a necessary phase of growing up and a subject that should be covered with proper care. Teething writers should be able to answer the most common questions in the minds of parents with teething children. Specialized writers are able to break down the teething process to its scientific components, and share how caregivers can help children cope with painful or stressful complications.
The ideal individual should be a professional orthodontist or possess some level of medical expertise or childcare experience. Teething writers should be able to provide concerned parents with a sense of assurance that teething is a natural process.
Writers should cover all aspects of teething, which include changes in behavioral patterns and physical symptoms such as drooling and swollen gums. The primary aim of the writer is to ensure that parents are able to distinguish teething problems from other conditions, to determine the best course of action.
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I have a way with words. I take your idea and turn it into crisp, clear and concise copy. My experience reaches across digital, print and broadcast platforms. I deliver website copy, blog posts, social media posts, press releases, magazine and newspaper articles on topics ranging from finance to fashion to faith. 20 years of producing and writing live television news broadcasts for the Walt Disney Company cemented my foundation of thinking quickly on my feet, boiling topics down to their easy-to-understand cores and researching with accuracy.Customer Ratings:
Mabh is an experienced professional copywriter and copyeditor with clients all around the world. As well as being a published author and regular columnist for various magazines, she writes SEO-focused copy for websites, blogs, and e-zines across a variety of industries. Her primary focus is health and nutrition, with expertise in fitness, supplements, complementary therapies, and a range of medical conditions. She's also up to date with digital transformation, data management, and data analytics, helping a number of thriving companies in this area engage their customers and clients with easy to read yet informative content. See Mabh's industries list for a full range of areas she has had success in, and her "Recent Writing Samples" for an idea of the quality you'll get when you hire Mabh.Customer Ratings:
A multifaceted freelance writer with 9+ years of varied experience. Skilled in the areas of article generation, biography writing, resume writing, listicles, jingle/ songwriting, press release generation, blogs, web copy, social media management, and much more. Loves to write on an array of topics including business, politics, entertainment, relationships, interpersonal communication, philosophy, psychology, women's issues, and many others.Customer Ratings:
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Read Sample Teething Blog Posts
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