Sandi

 

Thanks for stopping by! I'm Sandi Corbitt-Sears, the writer/editor/webmaster behind the bySCS website. This site offers several opportunities for you to learn about the services I offer and how they can help you achieve your goals. Before we get to that, let's chat a bit about one of my favorite topics: words.

 

Words are wonderful, magical, powerful creatures. When packaged creatively and targeted to achieve a specific purpose, the result can be amazing. I assume that you arrived here because you need a collection of words written or revised. If so, you came to the right place.

 

I help individuals and businesses package words and create messages that inform, persuade, inspire, instruct, and entertain. My goal is to help clients meet their personal and professional goals by writing original material for them or polishing their existing content.

 

Below is a list of the writing, editing, and website services I provide. The underlined links will take you to a more detailed description of each service. I look forward to learning about your goals and projects and discussing our potential for collaboration.

 

When you're ready to explore the possibilities, click the email address below or fill out the form on the Contact page.

 

 

Writing Services

+ Articles

+ Blog Posts

+ Manuals

+ Press Releases

+ Product Descriptions

+ Resumes

+ Tutorials

 

Editing Services

+ Comprehensive Editing

+ Developmental/Consultative Editing

+ Line Editing

+ Proofreading

 

Web Packages

+ Content Creation

+ Content Editing/Optimization

+ DIY SEO Consulting

+ Website Optimization

+ Website Updates

 

 

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Sandi's ability to bring order to written words resulted in both of my manuscripts being accepted for publication. Our working relationship is one I treasure because of her "give and take" method of solving problems. It means that she values my input as much as I value hers.

 

Betty Auchard, author of Dancing in My Nightgown and The Home for the Friendless