He’s a smart writer who is on time, gets the story right, and is a pleasure to work with.
Writing Done Right
Do you need a savvy publicist to promote yourself or your business or group? Someone well-grounded in the art of media relations campaigns that utilize a wide array of print and broadcast outlets as well as social media platforms?
With apologies to the Genie from Aladdin, you want some power in your corner now, you want some heavy ammunition in your camp.
You want someone who will be your advocate.
Douglas J. Gladstone is that person.
Whether it’s going to bat for baseball players without pensions, or taking to task the United States Department of the Interior’s National Park Service for its failure to recognize an immigrant as the chief carver of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Doug will always fight for what’s right.
And he’ll fight for your best interests as well.
Do you want to hire a seasoned freelance writer to create witty, well written and informative content for blog posts or trade magazines?
Are you looking for a ghostwriter who is a critically-acclaimed author of two books who has been published in multiple newspaper, magazines and webzines?
If you appreciate the value of quality content, you should consider engaging the services of Douglas J. Gladstone.
With more than three decades of experience under his belt, Doug Gladstone would like to help you market yourself and your organization so you can get the word out about the services you offer (and thereby increase your revenue stream).
Topics that Doug is passionate about include, but are not limited to, the following.
· The business of baseball;
· Pension reform;
· Chambers of commerce
· Labor unions
· Senior citizens and retirees
· Military veterans’ issues
· Broadway, movies and television
· The contributions of Jewish Americans and Italian-Americans
· Alzheimer’s research
· Social activism and philanthropy
Interested in learning more? Contact Doug today to discuss your writing needs.
...witty, incisive and catchy phrases that make readers stay with the copy to the end.