Jamie’s writing portfolio includes many genres such as blogs, newspaper clippings, social media profiles and websites. These examples give a small glimpse into the types of copywriting projects Jamie can create for clients. Often times the work that Jamie performs for clients is of a confidential nature, which is why not all copywriting forms are represented in this portfolio. (This includes writing LinkedIn profiles or company internal documents). Don’t see the type of wordsmithing you need here? Contact Jamie to find out if it fits her skill set.

Print media

Jamie is a well-established print media journalist who has written for weekly and daily newspapers, as well as magazines.


Press releases

Jamie’s journalism background gives her insight into what kind of news angles media outlets might find most interesting and her press releases are known for being well-written, informative and professional. For more examples of press releases from Jamie’s Notebook, visit the press release category on the blog page.


General copywriting

Copywriting needs vary for any business or organization. Jamie’s experience includes writing speaker biographies, brochures, advertorial copy, company histories and qualifications for RFPs –and more.

    

Websites

Jamie has written for many websites including businesses and non-profit organizations. These PDFs are a sampling of pages from websites that Jamie has written.


Blogs

Company blogs help improve SEO, establish the organization as an industry leader and provide valuable information. Jamie has written company blogs for non-profits and several companies including a marketing agency and an online plumbing supply store.

Online media

Jamie has written for several online media outlets, most recently for The City Wire (search the term By Jamie Smith to find Jamie’s latest work).

Some of Jamie’s favorites:

NWA craft fairs evolved, stayed with the times

Warm winter brings early surprises at area farmers’ markets

Supplier and Wal-Mart drive Muslim growth in NWA

Crystal Bridges growth creates challenges