What does a professional writer do?
What is a wordsmith?
Many people are great at communicating their thoughts orally but get stuck when it comes to putting down words on paper in a manner that accurately reflects what’s on their minds. A wordsmith will take your ideas, thoughts, information, and images and use these to construct the text that you envisioned. In other words, a wordsmith helps you shape your ideas on paper. Unlike an editor, who enhances what you’ve already written, a wordsmith helps you create your text from scratch.
How does it work?
Ultimately, you will still be the source of the text; the wordsmith will be simply help you reach expression. As such, it all begins with a conversation. In order to create the final draft of your project, you will provide the wordsmith with all the details you want included. This will be done by conducting a face-to-face interview, an online video chat, email correspondences, or any available means.
Following the initial interaction, the wordsmith will proceed to research the necessary elements in order to deliver a focused and appropriate text to the client. This research might consist of certain items, for instance (but not limited to):
University application material
What is the preferred school? What department/faculty is the candidate applying to? What information and keywords does the department’s website offer? What does the school look for in a candidate? What theme suits the candidate’s needs?
What/who is the company/employer? What is the industry? What are the current trends in this industry? What qualifications and affiliations is the employer looking for?
Who might read this blog? What industry is the blog set in? What are some benchmarks in this industry? Who are the other known bloggers in this industry?
What is the company’s niche? What is the company’s brand image or its intended image? Who is its target customer? What are the current trends in the industry?
Based on this information, gathered through focused research, the wordsmith will provide the client with detailed questions to be answered in written form or via interview. Once this information is collected and received, the wordsmith arranges the answers and information in a well-organized, structured text for the client’s review and comment. The wordsmith may also recommend additions, deletions, and further research for the client to conduct. The wordsmith and client then work on several drafts until a final draft is agreed upon by both sides.
What we can help you with:
Personal Statement Statement/Letter of Intent
Application Essays Curriculum Vitae
Resume Cover letter
Blog Post Website Copy
Promotional Material: brochure, flyer, poster, etc.
Emails/Letters (introduction letter, cold letter, follow-up email/letter, etc.)
Note: This is not an essay writing service. We do not research subject material for academic purposes. We do not create fictional characters for resumes.