The Right Words to magnify your Message

Sitting behind her “typewriter” is a savvy wordsmith that understands people, business, and the power of the right words.

 

She’s waded through enough online marketing gobbledygook to realize that amid today’s quagmire of information overload, we have to work hard to stand out from among our competition.

 

And ultimately, quality content can stand out—if a good product is combined with the right words to pluck the heartstrings of your audience, there will be sales. There will be subscribes. There will be follows.

 

The right words entice. The right words connect. They engage, nurture, and persuade. They make the reader feel important and in control. They’re real, and they tell a story. And they must employ the perfect balance of creativity and professionalism.

 

No fluff — just the right stuff.

ABOUT AMY

I have long held a love for powerful words. I was writing books in third grade and relentlessly correcting strangers’ grammar by the time I reached middle school. I found myself mentally editing everything from magazine articles to restaurant menus to street signs. I would rework lackluster headlines just to pass the time. I can’t help but write. Just try and stop me.

Amy Prindle

Owner

Eventually I decided to channel this passion for word-ly wisdom into a practical service for mankind. 

 

I continually search out the right words to use at just the right time, which is imperative during the B2B sales process. And in pursuit of these “right words” I have also developed a personal disgust for the wrong words—the fluffy, superfluous terms that just cloud the message or attempt to cover up a vague or unverified claim.

 

I want to get straight to the point. I want to get real.

 

I began my career journey in magazine publishing, which cultivated my focus on the final product. A longtime member of the American Copy Editors Society, I became a certified copy editor and polished many books, articles, and promotional materials into print.

But my zeal for creating content was uncontainable. As I was approached for more and more writing projects, I knew it was time to adapt my business to reflect this progression. I delightedly evolved into a storyteller for hire, and I’ve since told the stories of various businesses large to small (see portfolio for more details). And I’ve been loving every minute of it.

 

And that’s not All She Wrote. Connect with Amy to explore your story.

Hi, I’m Amy Prindle.

 

I was born amid the cornfield of Dekalb, Illinois but was whisked to Southern California soon after. I grew up in the Inland Empire, equidistant from the San Bernardino Mountains and the beach. My childhood was full of skiing, boogie boarding, water sports and hiking. Then, for college, I moved back to a cornfield (this time in Nebraska) and stayed there.

 

I guess I’m a Midwesterner at heart — even though after 14 blissful years of living there,  I’m now back in the Inland Empire with my husband and two rambunctious boys. I still miss the snow, the intense loyalty for the Cornhuskers, the 100-year-old houses, and the friendly people.

 

These days, when I’m not behind my “typewriter,” I enjoy Jazzercise, yoga, science fiction, discovering new sandwich shops, watching my son do Tae Kwon Do, and searching for amaretto coffee creamer.

 

(Coffee-mate discontinued it. I am still upset.)

+ Professional Bio

I have long held a love for powerful words. I was writing books in third grade and relentlessly correcting strangers’ grammar by the time I reached middle school. I found myself mentally editing everything from magazine articles to restaurant menus to street signs. I would rework lackluster headlines just to pass the time. I can’t help but write. Just try and stop me.

Amy Prindle

Owner

Eventually I decided to channel this passion for word-ly wisdom into a practical service for mankind. 

 

I continually search out the right words to use at just the right time, which is imperative during the B2B sales process. And in pursuit of these “right words” I have also developed a personal disgust for the wrong words—the fluffy, superfluous terms that just cloud the message or attempt to cover up a vague or unverified claim.

 

I want to get straight to the point. I want to get real.

 

I began my career journey in magazine publishing, which cultivated my focus on the final product. A longtime member of the American Copy Editors Society, I became a certified copy editor and polished many books, articles, and promotional materials into print.

But my zeal for creating content was uncontainable. As I was approached for more and more writing projects, I knew it was time to adapt my business to reflect this progression. I delightedly evolved into a storyteller for hire, and I’ve since told the stories of various businesses large to small (see portfolio for more details). And I’ve been loving every minute of it.

 

And that’s not All She Wrote. Connect with Amy to explore your story.

+ Personal Bio

Hi, I’m Amy Prindle.

 

I was born amid the cornfield of Dekalb, Illinois but was whisked to Southern California soon after. I grew up in the Inland Empire, equidistant from the San Bernardino Mountains and the beach. My childhood was full of skiing, boogie boarding, water sports and hiking. Then, for college, I moved back to a cornfield (this time in Nebraska) and stayed there.

 

I guess I’m a Midwesterner at heart — even though after 14 blissful years of living there,  I’m now back in the Inland Empire with my husband and two rambunctious boys. I still miss the snow, the intense loyalty for the Cornhuskers, the 100-year-old houses, and the friendly people.

 

These days, when I’m not behind my “typewriter,” I enjoy Jazzercise, yoga, science fiction, discovering new sandwich shops, watching my son do Tae Kwon Do, and searching for amaretto coffee creamer.

 

(Coffee-mate discontinued it. I am still upset.)

SERVICES

Content Marketing Strategy

Even after a marketing plan is mapped out and your message is crafted, it’s important to know how to say it, when to say it, and how to divide up the content progression so the buying decision feels like a natural, logical process to the customer. Marketing, She Wrote will develop content to naturally and appropriately fit the circumstances of your new message, brand, campaign, product launch, demo, expansion, etc. We will work closely, with consistent communication.

GENERAL WEB COPY

LANDING PAGE COPY

BROCHURE / PROMO COPY

CONTENT AUDIT / COPY CRITIQUE

E-NEWSLETTERS / AUTORESPONDER SERIES

EMAIL CAMPAIGNS

CASE STUDIES

WHITE PAPERS

SALES LETTERS

Contact Amy to Discuss Customized Package Deals

WHAT SHE WRITES

  • High Five to Freewriting

    It’s not often that a book fundamentally influences my work habits like Accidental Genius by Mark Levy. The entire book is about idea...

WHAT SHE WROTE

A Portfolio

  • All
  • Flyers/Promo
  • Landing Pages
  • Website copy

TESTIMONIALS

CONTACT US

Drop her a line! She’d love to hear from you.

And if you’re curious, request a sample from Amy. She’ll edit a page of your work, write a page about a topic you choose, craft a few sample headlines, or even do a free review of your website’s marketing potential.

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