TESTIMONIAL: “Obinna is incredibly detail-oriented and hard working in her assistance with growing our social media presence and managing our content. She's able to translate brand voice extremely well and I loved that she could make a boring topic personable and entertaining. Obinna is truly talented in her transformation of stories and interviews into words for content management and social media.” –Sheffie Robinson, Founder of Bantunium Labs
Hi. My name is Obinna Morton, and I think that the best word to describe the work that I do with Turns of Phrase is that I am an Interpreter. Wait, hear me out. I still have a few seconds.
As I review the work I’ve done, I realize that words are the intermediary between a business and its clients, and that I am responsible for taking the language of a business and translating it into something that a customer will buy, literally or figuratively.
Writing is simply a means to this end.
So whether you think of me as a Copywriter, Storyteller, or Interpreter (my personal favorite), the idea is the same: to take what makes you or your business special and communicate this unique voice to the people or business on the other side to maximize results.
A few of the projects I’ve done include:
-Writing for and editing Hub Magazine, a publication with the Technology Association of Georgia with a circulation of 30,000 readers
-A PR plan for an entrepreneur which resulted in a featured speaker segment on a radio station and a published magazine article
-Content strategy for a company which included LinkedIn posts, blog articles, and press releases
Here is the link to my portfolio if you’d like to review more projects.
A little more “social proof” includes writing guest posts for Business.com and Women on Business.
You probably don’t care, but I am still going to share. If you’d like to learn more about my background, I invite you to check out this post about “connecting the dots.” It tells part of the story about how I connected the dots to (potentially) work with you.
You can also find me on social media. Let’s connect!
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I’d love to learn about what is ailing you content-wise, and chat. I welcome the introduction. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, and phone number is 678-779-9563. You know what to do.
Thank you. Talk soon.