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Why hire a toys writer?

Toys are more than playthings for children, they are valuable sources of mental stimulation and motor skills training. A toys writer should be an astute observer of the latest toy trends among children. Additionally, writers should be able to identify the appeal and success of each toy while coming up with a list of benefits and disadvantages of each product. Toys writers understand the power of toy influencers on the internet and may spend time researching the tactics employed in video demos.

The ideal writer is someone with experience as a parent, toy manufacturer (specialized in toys for children), or early childhood educator. Toys writers must be able to delve through the surface of aesthetics, tapping on the greater physiological and psychological aspects behind its construction and promotion. Ultimately, toys writers must be able to write in a detailed and convincing style to help caregivers make the right purchases for their children.

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Betsy S

Washington, United States • Last online 8 days

Betsy Stanton is a professional content writer who has worked through Scripted since 2012, researching and writing on a broad range of topics. Her employment background includes market consulting, real estate, non-profit organizing, healthcare-related social work and community college ESL teaching. She is also a literary writer (under a different name), and her short fiction, poetry and essays have appeared in respected journals. She has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California, with coursework that included biology, physics and calculus. Her graduate work at the University of Washington School of Social Work led her into private consulting in personal finance, business practices and digital marketing. She is a careful, enthusiastic researcher who enjoys matching her writing tone to each client’s unique needs. She...

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Genesis D

Last online 37 minutes

I'm a Canadian expat living in Guatemala and I've been writing ebooks and articles, as well as website copy, for the past decade. My areas of interest include travel, food, parenting and business, but I'm always open to work on new topics. My research skills are excellent, so let me know what you're working on!

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Sasha V

Chicago, Illinois, United States • Last online about 3 hours

Sasha is a professional writer and content strategist in Chicago. She helps businesses ranging in size from solopreneurs to global enterprises with projects in innovation, new ventures and startup culture.

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Renee B

Washington, District of Columbia, United States •

Renee A Butler is a finance writer whose writing has appeared in numerous outlets related to finance and investing, from TheStreet to SCORE. She has an MBA from Exeter, degrees in psychology, and over 15 years of experience working with hedge funds and startups. Her work is centered on technology, consumer trends, and investing strategies.

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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.

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The best way to find the perfect toys content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our toys writers:

How to Teach Your Child to Play Independently

As a devoted parent, it is only natural to want to spend time with your child. Spending time with interacting with your child is how you build a bond. Building a bond and fostering dependence are two separate things, however. If you encourage your child to be dependent on you to meet their physical needs and entertain you, you will never get anything done. Parenting is the slow procession of working yourself out of a job. Teaching your child to play independently is part of building the confidence he needs to begin meeting his own needs. It will also give...

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4 Single-Parent Problems

Parenting has never been touted as the easiest job on the planet, but single parents face unique obstacles that make the day-to-day of raising children even more difficult. Sure there's less money to go around, and you'd give your right eye for someone else to handle the tantrums just once, but here are four single-parent problems you may not have thought of yet. 1. "Quick" Trips to the Grocery Store When you're a single parent, there's no running into the store for just one or two things. At the very least, you have to bring everyone in with you (lest...

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Parenting: The Hardest Thing You've Ever Done

What's the hardest thing you've ever done as a parent? It's not an easy question, is it? Your mind races back through so many snapshots; a fast-flipping Rolodex of moments and memories. I remember my first (but far from only) hard parenting moment as if it was yesterday, and not already 13 years behind me. We'd just brought home our firstborn, a nearly ten-pound boy who emotionally enlarged my heart and physically exhausted my spirit. The staff at the hospital had intently focused on nursing and diapering to, I'd discover, the detriment of other little, important parenting things. Such as...

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