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WORK HISTORY (PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE):

Job Title: Copywriter, Company: New Line Inc
Worked From: (11/2010), To: (11/2017); Reason of Leave: Would be explained during the interview.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

My job duties were to:

1) Develop innovative copy to tell the stories of each product generate ongoing interest in the brand

2) Create exciting original themes to introduce products

3) Deliver strong, interesting subject lines that intrigue the customer

4) Compose messages that inform the customer of the key benefits of a product, trend idea or category consistent with the brand voice

5) Create innovative email concepts that package products in an entertaining informative way

6) Maintain clean, clever, strong overall messaging throughout the marketing channels

7) Generate creative ways of introducing new packages to keep the customer interested

8) Write hangtags, blow-ins, postcards, invitations, ads general direct mail support

9) Update customer service messaging re-platforming projects

10) Ensure alignment on messaging creative concepts in the stores

11) Write clever store signage, banners, marquees point-of-purchase messages

12) Proofread all copy according to the highest grammatical standards

CV / RESUME OBJECTIVE

Continue working - resuming my career - as copywriter in an environment where I can express my experience.


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