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Diamond D

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Multi-faceted individual with experience writing: Blogs Workplace Process Manuals Online articles Scripts Poetry Short stories Recipes Essays No challenge is too big and loves to push self to new writing feats.

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Renee Breiten 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. (formerly Renee Ann Butler)

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Kathy N

Kitchener, Ontario, Canada • Last online 1 day

Professional freelance writer since February, 2009. I am obsessively organized, with a talent for coordination and harmony. I have the ambition to be successful and I can prioritize instinctively. I communicate with grace and confidence, juggle multiple projects at once and strive to grow my knowledge base. I am tech savvy and English is my first language. I thrive in a fast paced, entrepreneurial environment and always welcome new challenges, consistently anticipating what needs to be done next. I operate at the highest levels of integrity, authenticity, and discretion. Everyone has a story and I am here to help tell that story.

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Melissa B

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I have been blessed with a good education. A love for reading starting in second grade coupled with a string of amazing english teachers and an artist for a mother have prepared me to be a writer. I guess anything can prepare someone to be a writer but those are my credentials.

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Fluent and adaptable writer open to new opportunities in any field, but with a wealth of experience in technology, travel, and marketing.

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The best way to find the perfect business development 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 business development writers:

After the Sale: Executing and Exceeding Client Needs in Content Marketing

Have those on the execution side of the business ever had a sales rep sell something to a client and then throw it over the wall with little to no explanation of what was actually sold? With no idea what of the client's expectation is?

Being someone that started off on the execution side of the business and is now on the sales side, I have three easy tips for sale reps to help get a program up and running without a hitch. While this is directed toward sales team members, execution folks will also benefit from this.

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Sales and Ethics

Let me preface this post by saying that my personal experience has inspired this writing. My goal in this post is to share what, in my mind, I've conceptually defined and understood as the process of selling as it relates to what I regard as moral, or ethical. A few months ago I was taking a Lyft through the South of Market (SOMA) district in downtown San Francisco, and it was a ride I haven't forgotten. Making polite conversation, I asked the driver if this was her full-time gig or something she does on the side, as is the case... Read More

Sales Metrics: Why You Should Care

Though analytics and reporting have always been a central part of sales, this increased access to data doesn't always result in an increase in sales performance. Even with data readily available, strategy and tactical knowledge can be a challenge for sales managers. Of all the things one could do to ensure the success of a sales organization, identifying, tracking, understanding, and incentivizing reps with sales metrics is perhaps one of the most important. There are other aspects that are perhaps more important for a team's success, such as culture, which could easily kill the morale of a sales organization—the metrics... Read More

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