History

The proof in the pudding is what has gone on before. Well, I’ve been around the block a few times. Check me out. “Kick the tires” as it were. I’m happy to provide or point you to samples of my work. Herb Holst at your service!

My Capabilities

I have the ability to provide the words to fill your copywriting needs in whatever format you need them. I can do so with speed, accuracy and style. Yes I can – promise.  I’m Herb Holst and I’m ready to get to work.

Reach Your Market

Need copy for your website, advertising, blog or other social media? We can do that. If you find this to be the weak link in your marketing strategy, give me a call. My associates and I are good to go. Strength in numbers, we always say.

My Work

Check out this website. We did this. Yes we did. This is my creative side along with my exquisitely creative website construction partners. We can also take care of your more serious documentation – seriously.

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My Blog

Feel free to check me out. Please visit my blog site to see what I have to say. I’m Herb Holst and words are what I do.  Inspiration knows no bounds and I am only too happy to put my thoughts into words. Your feedback is welcome, mostly.

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Contact Me

I am always happy to establish a dialogue. Let me know what is on your mind and I promise to respond in short order – and not be log winded about it. Please visit my contact page for details.

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MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD

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