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Digital Inkwell was founded in 2005 as the personal brand of Brenda Barron. It has since expanded to encompass a team of qualified writers who tackle a wide range of projects that cover several industries including WordPress, technology, business, personal finance, and health & fitness.
The company is comprised of a close-knit team that works together on projects big and small. From blog posts to white papers; press releases to ebooks, we've done it. In fact, there's a good chance if your project involves words, we can help you out.
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