Why Choose A Few Good Words?
It's simple. Presenting your message in a professional, clear and compelling format will help you reach your goals.
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Let me introduce myself...
My name is Dede Perkins, and for the last 27 years, I've held key administrative and marketing roles in sales, small business and non-profit organizations. Please take a moment to learn more about A Few Good Words and take a look at some of my favorite projects. If you'd like to discuss an upcoming project, please feel free to contact me.
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A Few Good Words...
All right, you nailed it – and did exactly what I needed! Yeah! I really appreciate your help. Thanks so much!
Darla Farmer, DF Graphic Design
The owners of 3 Friends Crab & Fish Cakes wanted an eye-catching package design and copy that would help customers connect with the product.
I’ve been hired to help small businesses and non-profit organizations create and publicize events that will serve their customers while drawing attention to the organization’s products and services. Done correctly, PR can be a huge asset to any organization.
Sometimes all it takes to win the award, make the sale, or land a spot in a prestigious program is to present your accomplishments in a professional, clear and compelling format. Helping clients attain their goals is one of the many reasons I love my job.
Online copy is all about drawing in the prospect, customer, or client and delivering a company’s message in short sound bites…doling out information where and when it will be most effective.
I was hired to write Sweetser’s Annual Report when the organization was temporarily short-staffed. This project was one of my first freelancing jobs, and it’s still one of my favorites.
David Arthur Fogg had already written one book about Gorham history and to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Baxter Memorial Library, he decided to write another. Once he had his notes together, he asked me to edit the manuscript.
Graphic designer Darla Farmer created a digital portfolio, and although she was happy with her visuals, she wasn’t happy with the copy she had written. Darla asked me to tighten and polish the entries, and I was happy to do so.