We’ve created content for Fortune 500s, budding startups, and solopreneurs. Here are a few of our happy customers:
We work closely with each of our clients on their unique needs and goals. Here’s what they have to say about our work:
I can honestly say that working with Dan this year has been an absolute pleasure. From discussing content and pitching strategies to attending his content marketing seminar, the knowledge he has to share is only outdone by his can-do attitude and warm personality. Dan works tirelessly to provide the world with quality content. It's a comfort to know he's in my corner.
VIP Department Manager at BrandYourself
I am a 35+ year IT professional and business owner whose company website needed help. After being introduced to Dan Foley it became apparent how to proceed, and in fact I hired Dan to redo the content. Dan worked within budget (he went above and beyond)...and cleverly took my techno-speak and made it appropriate. I had a complete website that I was very proud of and have Dan and his team to thank.
CEO of PopTech
Dan is our lead writer for our “Why are you homeless” campaign, interviewing the homeless of New York City and telling their very humanizing stories through our blog. He is a skilled writer and we couldn’t be happier with his contributions to our marketing team!
Director of Development at Project Renewal
If you talk to Dan for even a minute you'll realize why so many business owners are rushing to be his clients. He's exactly the person you want to work with: lighthearted, professional, forward thinking - and, course - he delivers a premium product. If you get the chance to work with Dan, take it.
Han-Gwon Lung is the Chief Executive Officer and proud Co-Founder of Tailored Ink. He was the first hire at Prose Media, and got his agency chops at places like The Writer and The Economist, where his team won Best Overall Content Solution (Gold) at the 2015 Content Council Pearl Awards for their Empowering Business campaign.
Han’s CEO ghostwriting has been published in Forbes, Entrepreneur, Content Marketing Institute, Convince & Convert, Kissmetrics, and Moz. A fiction writer at heart, he is very glad he didn’t go to medical school after graduating from Amherst College, and thinks everyone should do what they love.
Dan Foley is the Chief Strategy Officer and proud Co-Founder of Tailored Ink. An avid blogger, he is known most recently for The New York Sandwich Project. He served as a staff travel writer for Remote Lands in New York and an editor of CultureM Magazine in Seoul. Recently, he appeared in the online men’s magazine Thrillist and the literary magazine Infinite Scroll. Currently, he is in talks with editors to publish his novel In Search of Jun.
Half of Todd Wasserman’s family were accountants and the other half were writers. Since it’s impossible to insult someone with numbers, he drifted to wordsmithing. Todd has written about everything from sharks to obscure Connecticut zoning boards. After working at daily newspapers and a now-defunct computer magazine, he had a long stint at Adweek, where he became editor-in-chief of the also now-defunct Brandweek. From 2010 to early 2015, he was the business editor at Mashable. Now happily freelancing, Todd gets to apply his skills to writing and editing for The Economist, The Guardian, Skift and Campaign magazine, among other venues.
“We need your magic” are the first words loyal clients say when they call Maggy Michaels. From B2B content marketing to eBook ghostwriting, Maggy always starts by slipping into the head and heart of her target audience. Maybe that’s why her work grabs attention and just won’t let go. With decades of experience in publishing, her engaging, persuasive, polished prose has a vitality and life of its own.
Bonnie McEwan specializes in writing for nonprofit and social enterprise organizations, with an emphasis on communications technology. She serves on the editorial board of Change, the journal of the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), and teaches courses in management and marketing at The New School in New York City.
Kate Krumm has over 15 years of professional writing and communications experience with a strong focus on retail, merchandising, safety and loss prevention. She’s managed a variety of programs for small start-ups as well as Fortune 500 companies. Kate enjoys reading, writing, hiking, traveling and hanging with her family near Boulder, Co.
Becky Cooper, the author of Mapping Manhattan, is on the editorial staff of The New Yorker. She graduated from Harvard with a degree in Comparative Literature (French, Italian, American) and a minor in Mind, Brain, and Behavior. Food, travel and science writing are her sweet spot, though she loves nothing more than helping writers develop their book proposals (nonfiction, fiction, and illustrated) from concept to content to design to submission.
Jacob Warwick is a technical copywriter for Adweek, Entrepreneur, Xerox, Under Armour, and many others. His areas of expertise include marketing, advertising, business & human resources, health, fitness, and motorsports.
TJ DiFrancesco is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Currently the managing editor for one of Forbes magazine’s hottest start-ups, he has eight years of professional writing experience, working on a wide array of projects from company mission statements to grants to cookbooks. He specializes in new voices and brand evolution.
A graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, James Molloy has written top-flight copy for some of America’s biggest brands. He’s an expert storyteller, with years of experience helping companies and executives speak with their own, unique voices. He enjoys working across content types and fields. Every month, his writing reaches over 1.5M readers.
With a Bachelor’s degree in English from Boston College and over five years of distinguished and extensive experience in online and print media, Nick Callos possesses an impressive writing skill set that enables him to write exceptionally on a wide range of subjects. A long-time Scripted writer, he analyzes needs, learns and adapts quickly, and connects the dots. Nick is passionate about researching fresh topics, developing concepts, and creating unique content.
Writing is both passion and profession for Jonathan Corrado, who moonlights as a translator and investigative journalist for The Daily NK. His aim is to combine data and historical analysis with creative logic and cultural savvy.Aftera three-year stay in South Korea, he now attends the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, where he pursues an M.A. in international relations with a concentration in Asian studies.
Cara Kovacs has garnered international accolade for her copywriting. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Florida and has cut her teeth as a content consultant for some of New York’s most beloved start-ups, apps and publications. She resides on New York’s Upper East Side with her corgi, Addy.
Lidia Ryan is a web producer for Hearst News Corp. where she creates and manages content for fourteen news sites nation-wide. Her expertise lies in a range of fields, including (but not limited to): fashion, real estate, food, travel, and event guides. She graduated from the University of Connecticut with a degree in journalism and a minor in Spanish.
Jacki Maynard is a legal writer, proofreader, and professional tutor living in New York City. Her specialties include writing, revising, and perfecting briefs, as well as creating content for law firms and journals. Jacki has a B.A. from Brown University and a J.D. from Northeastern, where she was a member of Law Review. A lover of literature, she writes fiction and poetry in her spare time.
A Clinical Project Manager at a biotech company focused on rare diseases in Boston, Alicia Deary utilizes her writing skills every day while driving clinical studies that drastically improve sick patients’ lives. Alicia graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor’s degree in English and is interested in health care, fitness trends, live music and exploring this great world of ours.
Caroline Beimford is an MFA candidate in Creative Writing at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, where she teaches writing, works for the Arkansas Writers in the Schools Program (WITS), and edits University grant applications. Her short fiction has appeared in Zoetrope: All Story, and she is competent in a range of freelance styles.
A graduate from American University, Carlo Burriesci specializes in web content and social media. His ghostwriting experience spans many industries, including: construction, NYC living, and oilfield drilling. A lover of videogames, Carlo is a contributor to Hardcore Gamer and a features writer for OnlySP. His fiction has appeared in the Flatirons Literary Review.
Liam Smith is a writer and photography professional living in New York City. He writes about many subjects but is particularly interested in the arts and in the creative process. He has written for The Huffington Post and many other outlets and runs How Creatives Work, a blog about how figures in the arts do their work.
Born to immigrant parents from Hong Kong and raised in New York, Will To has spent much of his life working with English as a teacher and writer. After teaching at inner city schools in Houston and New York, Will decided to pack up and travel the world, working on the go and living life as a digital nomad. His interests include copywriting, Asian history, language, culture, and historical fiction.
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