joslyn mcintyre.

freelance writer and editor in southern vermont.

How you communicate to your readers makes the difference between their eyes glazing over and their interest being sparked.

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I founded Outside Eye Consulting to merge my love of writing with my knack for hyper-organized content. As a freelance writer and editor, I help clients with every aspect of their words, from high-level content strategy and style guidelines to website copy, blog posts, ebooks, and more.
Most often, I write business and marketing content for entrepreneurs, B2Bs, startups, and particularly technology clients. Frequent types of content I deliver include website copy, ghostwritten blog posts, thought leadership articles, white papers, and email marketing copy.
In addition to freelance writing and editing services, I write regular tongue-in-cheek missives for my blog, Cirque du Malaise. For a list of published pieces, see my Articles page. For novels I recommend, see my Books page
To follow my life compulsively documented in words and pictures, follow me on Instagram.

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quote markJoslyn has a unique ability to translate my thoughts and ideas into elegant and succinct written prose that she expertly tailors to the audience I’m trying to reach. She is able to quickly master technical concepts and specific ideas and produce content as though she was an expert in that field.

— Jennifer Neundorfer, Co-founder and Managing Partner, Jane

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She’s a brilliant writer; she’s able to understand complex information and distill it into clear, engaging prose; she’s as sharp as a tack, efficient, and basically a joy to work with (never underestimate the importance of this quality).
— Michael Myers, High Seas Consulting, San Francisco
 

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quote markJoslyn’s detail-oriented manner keeps her on the ball and never missing a beat. She is an easy to work with, creative writer who has a lot of experience and knowledge and is not afraid to give you her honest opinion, which to me is an important asset. — Melissa Schmechel, Owner and Designer, Darlingville Design, Brooklyn