About Write On Content
Tom Woolf is an experienced public relations and marketing professional who has worked with Internet startups, software as service companies, financial services and consulting companies, B2C companies, and much more. Drawing from a diverse background in journalism, marketing, and media and analyst relations, Tom has created branding programs and strategic marketing campaigns targeted different consumer and professional customers. What makes these programs effective is Tomís ability to explain complex and hard-to-grasp market differentiators in plain English. Tom holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and European History from Boston University.
Throughout her communications career, Barbara Kohn has helped companies shape and convey their corporate and brand message through strategic public relations programs and diverse content. She has worked across a wide range of industries and markets from business-to-business and consumer technology to integrated healthcare and personal care. Kohn also was a columnist for the Examiner.com where she wrote the San Francisco Women Business and two family and lifestyle columns. She also is a contributing writer to consumer and vertical market magazines. Barbara has a BA in English and Journalism from the University of Arizona.
Barbara Kohn and Tom Woolf are both experienced marketing and PR professionals with expertise in technology
marketing, professional services, consumer goods, medical marketing, and other areas.
• Expert content development resources with proven marketing experience
• Reasonable rates due to low overhead and a one-to-one service model
• Fast delivery because our team of content craftsmen have extensive experience in branding and marketing
strategy as well as content development.
We created Write On Content because we recognized that organizations are struggling to keep pace with the
demand that todayís marketing programs have for fresh content. Write On Content offers a cost-effective alternative:
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