Who Writes For You?

You can hire me, Randy Murray, to write for you.

I help businesses and organizations tell stories that convince and sell. I write for some of the biggest companies in the U.S. and many small ones as well.

I’ve been awarded WebAwards for Outstanding Website in both 2012 and 2013. I can help you create not just award winning copy, but stories that convert prospects into customers and sell.

If you have a product or service that is complex, technical, or difficult to sell, I can help by writing materials that pierce that complexity and that present you, your product, and your company in a way that’s easy to understand, and more importantly, compelling and entertaining. I’ve worked in and for businesses of all sizes for over 25 years and I’ve developed a unique approach to business marketing that’s based on business need, technical clarity, and skilled and practiced writing. If you’ve read my blog, First Today, Then Tomorrow, you’ve seen my personal style and examples of how I write.

I write all forms of business and marketing materials. I specialize in long form pieces: SEO-rich web content, white papers, briefs, presentations, and speeches - even documentation and training materials. And I help executives and “thought leaders” develop their voices, including ghost writing and ghost blogging. I help businesses and organizations connect directly to their markets, their prospects, and their customers.

Few business owners and leaders have the time or skills to write for themselves, even though they know they should blog and write. I can support them, allowing them to speak in their own voice, relate their ideas, but spending as little 30 minutes a week in talking with me and reviewing new posts.

Writing and communication are the most critical components of any marketing campaign. I bring a clear understanding of business, technology and process that allows me to quickly understand your business needs, products and services, and capture your unique voice. In a market where everyone is raising the bar, taking advantage of the internet, social media, and every new communications form I have one question: who writes for you?

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