Mark Puppe

Mark Puppe

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Wednesday
Jun152011

INTRODUCING MASTER MANUSCRIPTS

Three people called me the same day for resume help in 2008. I was unemployed and re-re-writing my own resume at the time. Interestingly, there must not have been much wrong with mine, those calls were advised by staffing agencies that were helping me. I was just “overqualified.”

Being unemployed and contacted for resume help made those requests paradoxical to say the least, but they became clients nonetheless. Then, a light popped-on in my mind and in less than a week, I reentered the work force under the banner of my new strategic communications and writing firm: Master Manuscripts.

The company keeps me afloat by providing organization development, public relations, and writing services that attract and win audiences for clients. These clients come from coast-to-coast and throughout the economic spectrum so their interests, goals, and messages are profoundly diverse. Therefore, so are the strategies they hire me to create and enhance.

Whether you’re sending a message via newsletters, web site content, speeches, press releases, resumes, online social networks, special events, or any means in between, Master Manuscripts has made them audience magnets for clients. That’s what strategic communications is all about and exactly what traditional marketing ignores.

It’s now 2011 and that resume I was working on in 2008 has been replaced. But the time-tested strategic communications concepts and practices that Master Manuscripts applies remain overlooked by the marketing firms and people needing them most.

That doesn’t mean you’ve lost your chance to use them -- the need for high impact, audience-centered communication is inherent and eternal. It just means that Master Manuscripts is among the few firms that understands them and can actually help fulfill that need.

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