Melanie Silver – Hertfordshire Copywriter and Editor

Know what you want to say but don’t know how to say it? Or maybe you just don’t have the time to write that website, brochure, newsletter or case study yourself? Then you need a professional copywriter to understand what you want to achieve and get your company’s message across. Whether you want fresh and original marketing communications written from scratch or existing copy licked into shape, Words etc can give your company a voice. Whatever the size or type of your business, you can rely on Hertfordshire copywriter Melanie Silver for sparkling copy every time.
Here are a handful of samples from the extensive Words etc portfolio. Click the link below if you’d like to see more or contact us to arrange a meeting to discuss your project!
Fundraising pack for Langdon charity

Charity fundraising pack

Showing charity's vital work
School uniform brochure for Stevensons

School uniform brochure

Showcasing superior service
An inside spread of SunGard's white paper

BC white paper

Demonstrating thought leadership
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