Letter and E-mail Writing
If you need an important letter written, look no further.
I write impactful letters and emails for all manner of business and personal situations.
My letters and emails have generated millions in revenue, won countless new customers, saved huge accounts, helped students get into prestigious universities, assisted people with legal immigration, and even made the US Government change their mind and overturn a trademark denial for a client.
If you need the words to work a little magic, you came to the right place.
Business Letters and Emails
There are many kinds of business letters/emails, and I write them all.
I’ll write engaging prospecting and sales letters you can use for years. I’ll write business communication that clearly gets your thoughts across. I’ll write emails that turn a cold call into a blazing hot one. I’ll write B2E memos that won’t get an eyeroll. And I can write for high-leverage situations where clarity is really important.
There’s an art to good business communication, whether you’re selling, prospecting, apologizing, asking for donations, etc. It has to be engaging (after all, you want it read), and it needs to be confident.
But it also cannot be boring, and definitely cannot be stuffy. And this is where a lot of executives run into problems when writing these things – they “try” to sound “professional”, and it simply doesn’t work. Or they don’t even know how to start. How many times has that happened?
Whether you need dozens of short sales emails or one great letter, I can make the words work for you.
Personal Letter Writing
As far as personal letters, they aren’t much different than business letters, as the general tone remains the same (clear, engaging, logical, persuasive if needs be). The situations could be different though.
I have written countless college application letters and legal immigration letters, as well as personal statements for a variety of reasons. I’ve helped people get into Oxford, Harvard, Penn, Stanford, MIT, residencies at Sloan Kettering, to name a few.
**Note: I’m not saying my words alone do the trick, but competition is so fierce for these openings that all else being equal, the personal essay is something that can make a difference.
Heck, I’ve even played matchmaker and written the “I’m sorry please take me back” letter. And I’ve written letters to the judge expressing Cousin Jethro’s deep remorse (ok, his name wasn’t really that, but you get the idea). Whatever your situation, if you need a letter / personal statement / email, I’ll handle it.