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Rashida Tayabali
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Brand storyteller. Copywriter. Features writer. Using storytelling to create meaningful connections with customers.
Brand storyteller. Copywriter. Features writer. Using storytelling to create meaningful connections with customers.

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Whether you're a new #business or one that's been around for a while, one technique you can use successfully to gain loyal customers is: #storytelling. Don't think it's only for those who write books. #Storytelling in #corporate settings help to build trust with customers among other benefits. #corporatewriter #communications #copywriter
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As a freelancer, do you say yes more than you say no to work? I give you a simple tip to combat the YES problem #writing #freelance
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Freelance writers stay in business because we have our finger on the pulse of client needs. if you want to know what freelancing looks like in 2018 read on #freelancing #writing #copywriter #contentwriter
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I share all my secret sources of feature story ideas in this 2-part blog post series #featurewriter #storyideas #writing
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I recently engaged Rashida to write product descriptions and a brand story for my new website. I chose Rashida because she has experience in the cosmetics industry and is very proactive in supporting my business. Rashida kept my company’s best interests at heart, was willing to understand and analyse our business and target audiences. She can creatively tell stories that showcase our brand value and help in engaging our target audiences. I will definitely recommend her!

Ruby Tsang
Owner, Acacia Aromatherapy
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Remembering 2017. This year was quite eventful for me and usually I don't like reading or writing end of year review posts #new year #copywriting #business
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One of the biggest struggles that freelancers face is getting projects on an ongoing basis. In this article, I discuss how I was able to land over $10,000 in freelance projects in one month.

One of my best tips is to do selling and marketing consistently, even if you feel busy. A big mistake I see people making is not being consistent with lead generation.

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