B2B TechCopy


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Randy Kemp is a copywriter and ghostwriter, who specializes in direct response, Internet and viral marketing. He runs a company called B2B-TechCopy, which is, “committed to providing persuasion artistry for B2B technology marketing communications.”While normally specializing in technology, a golf product developer approached him in early 2008, to develop a product marketing team. Randy set up a golfing Wordpress blog and website and orchestrated content marketing. Then he produced golfing Internet radio shows on Blog Talk Radio and Talk Shoe. Randy has a lifelong interest in writing, spending many years enrolling in College of DuPage creative writing courses. He spends time going to writer's conferences and has participated in local area writing groups. Randy has a graduate degree in psychology from Norwich University, the oldest private US military school. He also earned a Six-Sigma black belt from Motorola, and is a lifelong practitioner of classical homeopathic medicine. Randy shares daily marketing and motivational tweets with thousands of twitter followers at http://twitter.com/randylewiskemp. He hosts Linkedin groups for copywriters, writers and university alumni. You can find him active on the technology blog at http://b2b-techcopy.net. Randy has many diverse interests. You can find him providing editorial help with homeopathic medical books, for an international homeopathic consultant. Although a Christian by faith, Randy has spent several years studying the spiritual and medicine ways of Lakota, Ute and Ojibwa ethnic groups. He has a lifelong interest in the contemplative practices of Christian mysticism, Buddhism and yoga. Phone/fax him at 1-206-350-4489 (Additional Contact info on blog and business site).

Short description: Technical copywriter and ghostwriter, direct response an inbound marketer.
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Telephone: 206-350-4489
Mobile phone: 206-350-4489
Twitter account: https://twitter.com/#!/randylewiskemp



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