Testimonials

Nicole McDermott, Communications Editor, Ghergich & Co.

“If you’re seeking a writer that consistently turns in work on or before the deadline and makes edits in an extremely timely fashion, Anthony is it. With each pitch I send his way, Anthony delivers. He has written with expertise on everything from uses for leftover cooking grease to charcuterie basics and wedding registry etiquette. He has a great feel for what the client is looking for and is always willing to brainstorm visual ideas. Most importantly, Anthony is a good-natured guy who makes it easy to build a great rapport with over email.”

Amanda Bedortha, Eugene Magazine Editor

Eugene Magazine showcases the beauty and bounty of our part of the Willamette Valley. Anthony’s craft beer writing and food articles get to the heart of the best of Oregon, and his pieces are always thorough, clean, and well-researched, making my job easier.”

Gail-OberstGail Oberst, Oregon Beer Growler

“Anthony writes with the clarity and charm that appeals to our readers, and he produces professional copy that appeals to his editor (that’s me). Although he writes about beer for our publication, I could imagine him writing with authority on any subject.”

Kelly ProffitKelly Proffit, Vice President, Jack St. Clair Inc. (JSI)

“We had put up a basic website years ago, but it was outdated, needed a redesign, and didn’t have enough content. Anthony provided fresh content and a new template that looks good even on today’s smartphones and tablets. He also worked with us to make sure technical details about the business were correct, while also getting to the heart and history of who we are. I’m so happy with the site, and am glad we have such a stronger online presence now.”

Joel-GorthyJoel Gorthy, Special Publications Editor, The Register-Guard

“I enjoy recurring opportunities to work with many fine local freelance writers. But working with Anthony St. Clair is a particular pleasure. Being impressed by Anthony’s beer and food blogging, several years ago I approached him about contributing to Tastings, our quarterly magazine devoted to local cuisine, craft beer and wine. Fortunately for us, he jumped at the chance.

Since we first published one of his feature stories in October 2010, Anthony has become one of our most valued freelancers. His writing always is on target for our audience; his knowledge of craft beer and food always infuses his work on those topics with a well-informed confidence; his clean and well-researched submissions always require very little editing; and his vibrant voice always shines through in his storytelling.

The mark of quality in writing is sometimes hard to define, but always easy to appreciate. Anthony’s writing always bears that mark, and I’ll always welcome his words in our publications as long as he’s willing to share them.”

Mike-CoplinMike Coplin, Eugene Beer Week Founder, Owner 16 Tons Taphouse & Cafe

Eugene Beer Week brings together people from all over Oregon to celebrate a week of all things craft beer. With more than twenty participating breweries and venues and over forty events, it would have been impossible for me to maintain adequate web presence on my own. Anthony kept our website and other social media tools current with time-sensitive content. Anthony was key in updating our Twitter feed and Facebook page with relevant, engaging updates. He did a kick ass job! I look forward to working with Anthony again.”

Margaret-StarkMargaret Stark, First Responder Grants

“Anthony has performed miracles for us. Since we started working with Anthony, our website copy, marketing collateral, articles, emails and other materials have taken on a professional look that is gaining us the attention we have been seeking in the market. New customers and long-term clients have all been working with us more.”

Amanda-PenceAmanda Pence, Oakshire Brewing

“Anthony laid a foundation that Oakshire could build on for our next phase of website and social media marketing. His recommendations for best practices on Twitter, Facebook and our company blog continue to help us engage our customers and build excitement for our brand.”

Jessica, WhyGo Italy (@italylogue) & 30 Days of Indie Travel Project

Jessica, WhyGo Italy (@italylogue): If you haven't been reading every single bloody one of @antsaint's contributions to the #indie30 project, you're missing out. That is all. - Nov. 22, 2011

janelle-frazierJanelle Frazier, Oh So Graphic

“I just had my first potential new client email me, clearly after reading my new contact page. She wrote out nice details about the project and even included a bit about why she’d be the perfect client. I was so happy to have detailed information right there in the first email… it really got us off on the right foot, right away. Nice! I feel like this is just a hint of how my new text is going to make things better for my overall workflow.”

John-ProcopioJohn Procopio, eCommerce & Digital Marketing Expert

“Anthony is a conscientious and efficient web-content editor who employs multiple work tools to maintain a high level of work output, generating positive and actionable organizational results. Anthony thrives on working within the web medium and is a pleasure to work with.”

Kurt-BradleyKurt Bradley, Senior Grant Consultant, First Responder Grants

“Anthony is a consummate professional and one of the best web editors I have ever had the pleasure of working with. He was almost totally responsible for taking our requests and fashioning them into web material for our website, which has been rated as the #1 website for public safety grant information in the U.S.

“Anthony was quickly able to grasp our concept and brought an intimate undrstanding of our specific target audience and could hit the bullseye everytime, in putting forth the information we needed to give our clients in a concise and informative format, which was easily understood by the client base.”

Bethany-ClemenBethany Clemen, Divine Proportion Pilates

“I wanted to make sure that customers knew what made me unique from other body workers. Anthony worked hand-in-hand with me and my graphic designer to understand not only the services I provide, but the philosophy and ethos that underlie those services. By doing that, he provided copy that was just what I needed to appeal to the right clients.”


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