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Jeremy Poland, Founder of The Platform Shop, SEO/WordPress/Content Expert
I am so grateful I got to work with [RedShift] on a project so meaningful to me. Not only do they know their stuff inside and out, they care about producing high quality work that is authentic and as perfect as possible. Working with them was a dream, and I can’t wait to do it again!
Silky Joshi Malik, Author of The Total Nobody Who Ran For Congress And Lost(ish)
Responsive, creative and professional. RedShift Writers has the unique ability to find the client's voice. The content they develop leaves you with a feeling of pride in your marketing material.
Jason Arcemont, Entrepreneur
Every topic is thoroughly dissected, deconstructed, and then reinvented in a way that takes the reader in a whole new direction while still answering the basic questions. Highly recommended.
Steve Lawrence, Web Developer
RedShift Writers are passionate about their work and it shows. They are timely in production and creative in their approach. I highly recommend the team at RedShift!
Barbara Stewart, Entrepreneur
RedShift’s writing is wonderful and very high quality. Their team has been an essential force behind building out our brand story. They understand our audience, and are always coming up with new ways to motivate change and increase buy-in from the market.
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