More than Keywords
Fancy layouts, logo and web design are nice and stuff, if you only need to draw attention. But, you need serious creativity in words to hold that attention.
We can make press releases and cover letters while sleeping so, no, resume and feature articles are not unfamiliar to us. We even do technical write-ups and ebooks on just about anything. Or, you can have us rewrite those favorite pieces that unfortunately have been used before. (Don't worry, copyscape won't even notice.)
As much as we are detail-oriented, we also take deadlines seriously. And what we produce is relevant text content that is consistent and actually makes sense.
Sure just about anyone can write something – but, not anyone can do it properly. So why take that risk when you can let the experts (ehem, us) handle all the nitty-gritty in grammar, spelling and overall composition quality. With our all-star team of experienced writers who can work on anything you might need (except those discussing about illegal stuff), LGO can give your website more personality or just update that blog.
Before something comes out, there has to be that someone who does some sort of quality control who will easily spot that something that for an outside would be a glaring error. LGO is aware that writers can sometimes get so used to reading the same block of text over and over that there is a very good chance of them missing the mistake. That’s not a problem in our writing team anymore as we have dedicated editors who will stop at nothing to look for those errors.
If you have a need for specific writing services that are not included in our offerings, let us know through the Request Form so we can discuss how we can help you with that.
Need help in editing that important press release, news article, technical paper and tons of other paperwork? We got you covered.
LGO is capable of getting your copy print-ready and audience-friendly. Plus, we have the much-needed team of grammar Nazis and spelling police to go over every word.
Of course we can’t promise to be soft and kind to your materials, but at least we’ll get the tough job done. Even if that means you’ll lose some of those words in the process. (For example, is everything written really relevant to the material as a whole? You know, most readers just scan over a body of text looking for stuff that they think are important and skipping over what they think are just fillers.) In line with that, we’ll need to know your perspective or the company’s culture to be able to edit your materials accordingly.
Most importantly, we recognize the value of confidentiality in every piece of written work that we handle. We don’t retain copy of your submitted pieces nor do we disclose them in any way.