Robert Aysta

Copywriter, Developmental Editor

something in the shade of grey

First off, much gratitude is extended to you as the reader of my bio. Attention spans are growing ever shorter as time persists. They say about six seconds is all you are typically afforded by most pedestrian traffickers online. So Let's talk! is a music site/blog that I created this past summer for all things music related. My dream was to put it up, write it, produce it, and get google's advertising embedded throughout its content. So far I have enjoyed working on it immensely. The second site I put up is called:, where I have written most of the copy as an advertorial website that promotes a product to remove heavy metals like mercury and arsenic from the individual's body. Both sites are working examples of my writing abilities, and design functionality as real websites promoting real products.
Free lance writing gives me the opportunity to write about various subjects, without that butterfly-restless jam up in my stomach trying to anticipate when the next check will come in.
Here's my background summary, a musician, singer-songwriter, recording artist that attended advertising school for writing ad copy back in 2000. Grew up in central Minnesota and graduated from high school in a town of 42,000 people called St. Cloud. Careers I have underwent when not playing music or writing have been: insurance agent, truck driver, print shop operator, Zamboni driver, security guard, and I have gained lots of experience in selling beer in Florida's gulf coast communities between 2004 and into 2010. There I was awarded salesman of the year a couple times for outselling every rep in the region.
But now for the last 6 months I have been fortunate enough to venture back into writing copy and blog submissions full-time. My English comp numbers had me ranked in the top 6% of all college English writers back in 2014 while attending Minneapolis community and technical school for an associates in arts; this led me to focus on capturing the voice for the subject manor assigned, which in-turn conveyed to the reader the proper tone and emotion.

Robert Aysta
something in the shade of grey
Content Types
Article, Commercial, Blog Post, Ad/Promotional Copy
More Information
Miami ad school, Portfolio
Tech high school, high school diploma
minneapolis community and technical college, working on associates
Minneapolis, MN, USA|English

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