Creatively Helping Local Businesses Do Better Online
WHAT I DO: Words, music, video, and voice to help businesses increase sales and/or traffic, maintain a good online reputation, and take things to the next level when they're ready
HOW I DO IT...I write and produce mobile focused words, music, videos, and voice work...and provide consultation for ads, jingles, podcasts, radio, websites, and videos.
Feedback from some of my clients: "Tony is "The Words Music & Voice Guy!" How do I coherently and concisely express my admiration and respect for his diverse professional body of work? It would require a writer far more gifted than I to adequately represent Tony's gifts as a musician, singer, writer, designer, blogger, and a dramaturg, as a professional man of theatre with music. His work with "3 Super Powers for Ads" is exceptional." Heather Combs - Author
"Tony wrote, produced,sang and recorded a jingle for our company quite a long time ago, but we still use it today because its upbeat, and embodies our brand. His jingle is used as our music/message on hold. Often callers comment on how fun and catchy the jingle is. Thanks Tony for developing something that has worked so well for so long." Randy Pickering - owner Pickering's Auto Service
"I sure appreciate all you’ve done!!!! This is amazing. I simply couldn’t have done it without you, I had absolutely NO knowledge of any of this podcast stuff." ~ Greg Perry - acclaimed and bestselling author of over 150 books
"Tony is a gentleman who does what he says and says what he does. He produced a series of videos for my business and did a great job coaching and added clever graphics that really helped me to tell a complicated story about my business, commercial real estate. I would not hesitate to recommend Tony in any one of several fields -- video production, web design, original music, along with exceptional writing skills." ~ Dick Licciardi - Commercial Real Estate Broker
“The site is already showing up, and people love the video. Awesome work. I can’t believe our other site took a year to get going, and you got this one going in a few days.” ~ Bob Arbuckle - The Arbuckle Electric Company
HOW I GOT HERE: I started my music career traveling the country playing top 40 music. In my travels I met people from the Northeast to the Southeast to the Midwest to the deep South to the West. And even though that doesn’t mean I know everything there is to know about all the people in all those areas…it DOES mean I’ve had a lot of experience with people from all over.
WHAT MAKES ME DIFFERENT: I’m also a certified copywriter through AWAI’s “Accelerated Program for Six-figure Copywriting”. And on the creative side, I’m a graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature. I’ve written, illustrated, and published 18 (and counting) books for kids. And I’ve written other books on podcasting and advertising for songwriters.
WHY YOU SHOULD WORK WITH ME: I'm tapped into a huge network of internet marketing experts. If I don't know the answer, I know someone who does.
Let's get started.
Article, Blog Post, Commercial, Explainer Video, General Video, Narrative Video, Website Copy
Colorado Springs, CO, USA|English
Electrician Kansas City - Arbuckle Electric
Wrote the script for and produced this explainer video for a local/regional electrician - led to 2 projects including a Wordpress website with video
Facebook ad campaign demo
Wrote copy and produced video using client's images and links - led to 2 more projects
Jim Cockrum Events - CES 5 Video
Created and produced a motivational video, with original music, for a large yearly seminar of highly successful Amazon sellers
Business Coach Colorado Springs
A video editing project for a successful business coach in Colorado Springs - this led to a current series of over 70 more videos to edit for her upcoming online course
Creative Advertising – Are you emphasizing that side of your business?
Wrote this blog post as part of my ongoing digital marketing information on TonyWrites.com
How To Win Without Pitching – Bring In The Reliever
When someone’s thirsty, you give them a glass of water. You don’t think of ten different ways to sell ‘em the glass.