Coined the unique name and tagline for television firm and won 2004 TV JEEBIES Creative Award.
2004 Team of the Year recipient for winning TV JEEBIES Logo Redesign Contest.
Leveraged the latest technologies to increase company brand awareness by a staggering 65%.
TV JEEBIES INC.
2004 - 2006
Won RE/MAX Innovation Award for producing the distinct, creative, and accurate "No Fibs. Just Cribs." tagline for real-estate firm.
Successfully launched the "Possible Productions" digital campaign focusing on obliterating the fallacies behind home ownership.
Developed effective marketing mix increasing rental profits by an additional 25%.
Wrote convincing ad copies persuading target markets to move-in within a record time of two days.
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Used an integrated marketing communications (IMC) approach that maximizes the use of video, mobile, and social to reach target markets.
Penned rich and engaging video script for IBM's Business Continuity Management & Resiliency Services. Click image to watch video.
BC 22 GROUP LLC
2007 - 2012
CREATIVE DILEMMA INC.
APPLIED MATERIALS INC.
2001 - 2014
OTHER WORLD COMPUTING INC.
Produced unique and creative textual content for websites, blog, marketing slicks, boxes, print and digital advertorials.
Spawned creative copies for Macworld, Forbes, PC World, and many other reputable websites.
Drafted the most important documents for OWC - mission, vision, and values statements.
Click image to review some of the press releases written for popular products, including best-sellers.
No Fibs. Just Cribs.
Empowering Families to Make Informed Home Purchases - Rated for Everyone!
Developed over 100+ accurate technical procedures addressing non-conformances, known systematic failures, and provided "Best-Known-Methods (BKMs) for starting up CMP semiconductor systems.
Engineered engaging copy, presentation decks, and provided technical support for clients like IBM, Sony, Fujitsu, TSMC, etc.
Tagline: Think it. Apply it.
“Over one billion people lack safe water and 80% of infectious diseases are waterborne.”
- World Bank Institute: Water Policy Reform Program.
Water is the essence of life. Without safe water, life would gradually wither away. Plants and trees would no longer flourish and humanity would be on the verge of extinction.
On average, the adult human body is approximately 60% water. Water not only flows through us carrying oxygen and vital nutrients to our cells but also helps us absorb and digest foods. Without water, humans lack the ability to flush out wastes and other harmful bacterias that'll ultimately lead to detrimental health issues.
Imagine what would happen if fresh and safe water was suddenly scarce because of internal and external threats. Threats like natural and man-made disasters are becoming commonplace and both have the ability to negatively affect our global water supply.
What Would You Do If Water Was No Longer Safe?
According to the World Water Council, 1.1 billion people live without clean drinking water and 1.8 million people die every year from waterborne diseases. More disturbing is the fact that 3,900 children die daily from this sad reality.
Fortunately, LifeStraw is available to help people combat these threats. Internationally recognized for their award-winning water filters, LifeStraw was specifically designed to provide safe, clean drinking water in any situation.
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Now is the time to create your contingency plan to prepare for unforeseen events - all while donating the gift of clean and safe drinking water to others who need it most.
What is Grammar?
According to the dictionary, grammar is defined as:
The study of how words and their component parts combine to form sentences.
The study of structural relationships in language or in a language, sometimes including pronunciation, meaning, and linguistic history.
The system of inflections, syntax, and word formation of a language.
The system of rules implicit in a language, viewed as a mechanism for generating all sentences possible in that language.
Why is Grammar Important?
Proper grammar could mean the difference between success and failure:
People who misuse language are trapped in "verbal ghettos" from which they will never escape.
They are handicapped both in improving social situations and in qualifying for positions of influence.
Researchers also identified that extensive knowledge of the English language correlates with career success more than any other characteristic.
Stop...it's Grammar Time!
What does M.C. Hammer have to do with Grammar?
At Grammarly, we want to help you hone and improve your grammar skills daily. No better way to do it than with the use of a mnemonic, especially since you love M.C. Hammer right? At least we do...so we figured we'd give it a shot.
Whether writing or speaking, both are considered art forms that require masterful orchestration. An effective arrangement of words, sentences, pronunciations, and paragraphs capable of dancing and captivating audiences similar to the masters of ceremony (MC) himself.
If it makes it easier, you can also view the acronym M.C. as "must correct" which should help you remember the importance of proofing your work.
As for the "Hammer" portion, we're referring to the continuous pounding to constantly develop your writing and speaking skills.
Unlike the real M.C. Hammer who slowly faded and became broke, you must ensure success by making sure that you're M.C. Hammer works at all times - yes, pun intended!
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