Need clean, concise, informative and direct copy?
Print materials remain effective ways to communicate, but there is less room for error. Unlike web content, which can easily and instantly be corrected and adjusted, print content is permanent – at least until a reprint. Make it count. Whether it’s a sales brochure, briefing, newsletter or direct mail postcard, the words chosen for print need purpose to achieve results.
Kayleigh’s worked with clients like Healing Lifestyles & Spas, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, New York State Department of Transportation, and Project Hope on social and digital media marketing strategy, writing and producing multimedia and print promotional materials, and managing the production of eye-catching print marketing materials. She even wrote earned media plans and media briefings.
And when FEMA requested emergency executive and congressional briefings when disaster struck, Kayleigh was there to put together the media piece, developing messages for key stakeholders and writing and editing a monthly internal newsletter.