From large corporations to small business, we’ve done it and can do it for you.
These are just some samples of our writing. We have done ghostwriting projects that we cannot share here, but if you ask for clips from your industry we have samples we can show you. Subject areas we have covered include:
- Real Estate
- Green Building/Sustainable Construction/Anything Environment
- Freight Logistics
- Health Care and Medical Topics
- Social Media
- Computers and Technology
- Leasing and accounting services
- Book launch websites
These are a few samples of the websites I have written copy for. Most of my work is ghostwritten for clients and agencies. If you don’t see the subject area you are looking for here, please feel free to ask me if I’ve written for your industry sector.
Streamlined fleet maintenance software for busy repair shops and fleet managers.
Working in-house as part of a team to rewrite their old website, Working Web Copy principal Angela West rewrote many sections of the new site and helped to complete the project on deadline. The Co-operators is one of the largest insurance companies in Canada and follows the co-operative business model.
The Health Professional
Magazine for Canadian health professionals
Computer Support Firm
Toronto Web Design Company
MedOffice Career Institute
We have done press releases for various industries, from online book sales to event announcements. If your press releases are getting rejected by PR Web, hire us to write ones that won’t. If they are rejected for any reason we revise them until they are accepted for free. Please choose your press release service in advance (Canada NewsWire, PRWeb) so we can write to their guidelines.
Blog Postings/Online Articles
These are just a few of the articles I’ve written, mostly in the technology journalism space. Please see angelawest.contently.com for more of my pieces.
PC World Business Center
From October 2011 to late 2012, Angela West blogged regularly for PC World’s Business Center. You can see most of my articles for them on my Facebook page. An excerpt from one of my posts appeared in the April 2012 print edition of PC World magazine.
20 Years of Adobe Photoshop
A very well-received article on the history and development of the popular graphics program.
Xobni Expands Outlook
April 2009 Issue of “Get Connected” Magazine, Page 11
A Life Guide for the Anti-Social Freelancer
A tongue-in-cheek how-to guide for basic life functions.
I’m Liveblogging This Right Now…
A look at liveblogging.
The Evolution of Apple Design
In-Depth look at the evolution of Apple’s mice, keyboards, computers, and other products.
The Ultimate Guide For Everything Twitter
Web Designer Depot, Complete Reference Guide to All Things Twitter
See this link for Comments about this article
The Ultimate Guide For Everything Twitter, Part II
The sequel to the popular Guide
20 Tips on How To Write For the Web
for Web Designer Depot, a popular web and graphic design blog.
5 Tips on How to Write a Killer Slogan
for WDD, an article on how to write slogans. Interactive slogans added by site editor. I’m a stickler for credit where it is due, and they were great.
The Most Controversial Magazine Covers of All Time
This piece hit the front page of Digg and continues to be timely and interesting.
6 Ways to Kickstart Your Customer Service
A guide for web designers to the kung fu of customer service.
Bullying In The Workplace
For the new Envato network site, WorkAwesome.com.
We do blog postings for various companies in all industries, including software, financing and insurance. Quotes are very reasonable for blog postings since we know you need them on an ongoing basis.
Print Magazine Articles
I am currently the technology columnist for Ontario Dealer magazine, a print publication of the Used Car Dealers Association of Ontario.
C&G Monthly, February 2010
Two Developer Interviews in this comics and gaming magazine for adult gamers, one with Bioware for Dragon Age: Origins and another with Sony Online Entertainment for DC Universe Online. The most excited I’ve ever been writing an article was my email interview with Casey Hudson, overseer extraordinaire of the most awesome Mass Effect games.
Angela West, company founder, has written for a few print publications, including writing about medical office marketing in The Health Professional, a full-length feature on buying a cottage in Your First Home magazine, and exciting factoids for the Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader franchise.