Meet David Freels.Open or Close
Technical copywriting is my specialty.Open or CloseMy technical copywriting skills were honed out of a necessity to simultaneously disseminate complex scientific, medical, historic, and legal information that required immediate, clear, and actionable understanding for a wide and highly diverse audience.
That audience included parents of special needs children as well as physicians, therapists, attorneys, judges, and any number of government and non-government administrators making critical decisions throughout multiple bureaucracies.
Many of these documents were actually White Papers, and every one has been a real game-changer. And life-changer.
I bring that same level of passion to every assignment. Let me help you unleash the full potential of your brand. Call, text, or email me, 404-725-4520 or DF@davidfreels.com.
Welcome To The AdBlog.Open or CloseI started this blog to showcase marketing ideas that reflect either strong thinking or not so strong thinking.
Either way, I'll share why it's good or bad so folks evaluating my portfolio can also see how I think.
Let's get started.
Now Google Really Does Rank DavidFreels.com As The #1 Atlanta Copywriter In A Google Search For "Atlanta Copywriter."
May 26, 2014 05:31 AM | Atlanta copywriter, Atlanta freelance copywriter, Atlanta freelance writer, Atlanta seo, copywriter, freelance
About a week after my last blog post (Are You Forcing Customers Into Dishonesty?), the ranking for DavidFreels.com after a Google search for "Atlanta copywriter" went from about #5 to #1. DavidFreels.com stayed at #1 for a couple of weeks or so, and I meant to write another blog about it, but I couldn't find the time.I've been too busy.But how did this occur? I think 4 out of 5 of my last blog posts
March 1, 2014 03:46 PM | Atlanta freelance copywriter
"Classic Caesar" dressing from Naturally Fresh must be the favorite Caesar of all, judging by the perpetually empty shelf space at my local Kroger.That hole on the shelf is a great example of word-of-mouth advertising. If this empty space is typical at multiple stores, it should become the basis for a Classic Caesar TV spot. Or Radio. A Print campaign. Surely a coupon/shelf talker if nothing else.Most