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Hi, I'm Dan Strongin, the Copywriting Chef. I help people improve their business communication and get more customers with effective, personalized, targeted, and entertaining writing. I can do the same for you. Let the Copywriting Chef cook up some great copy for you.
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"Dan is a knowlegeable professional with years of experience in the business. I have worked with him on projects not only through Dairy Business Innovation Center, but also during my career at Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board. He has expertise I value, and understands the business principles that need to be applied"
“Dan is a first rate professional who takes technical information and turns it into good business and good cultural development. His work is impeccable and his standards the very highest. I can always count on what he says and what he does as benchmark..
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"You are a very good writer. I read your book as well"
From my monthly column in the Cheese Reporter to the Educational Marketing materials I did for the CMAB, to the many successful Strategic Marketing Plans and Feasibility Studies done helping people raise funds, to White Papers, to simple effective Sell Sheets and Blog Posts, my business experience and my writing experience is a match for any business that cares about the quality and effectiveness of what they produce.
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Done for a small producer.
Blog Post Example
A series for Nelson Jameson "Wide Line"
My Monthly Columns The Cheese Reporter
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"Flavor, By Nature!" tag line for grass based value-added food company written by danstrongin.com
Fresh Perspectives in Packaging
Lessons learned at SIAL in October 2006
By Daniel Strongin
For the Dairy Business Innovation Center
About this Document
In October of 2006 the Dairy Business Innovation Center (DBIC) sent the author to Paris to attend SIAL, the largest food show for the retail industry. The author’s mission was to better understand state-of-the-art cheese packaging, along with discovering which companies can help supply cheese makers in the U.S. This report is a summary of that journey.
A survey of selected DBIC clients completed in September of 2006, as preparation for this project underscored that, like most U.S. cheese producers, most of our clients pack their cheese in vacuum-sealed plastic bags or trays.
It may seem the least expensive, and certainly, the most available, but is it the best option for cheese? Cheese needs to breathe, especially if it has a rind. European cheeses have been packaged in semi-permeable films for at least a decade. Little known in the U.S., this alternative packaging controls humidity and gas exchange, allowing cheese to “breathe”. Europeans use wraps that don’t stick to cheese, are easy to open, and allow for printing with superior graphics.
The Theory Behind Management Development:
Adult learning requires a very different approach than that required for children. Currently, there are four main training methods in use:
The 4 Main Training Methods.
- Informational, or lecturing. (Hearing)
- Instructional, or demonstrations. (Seeing)
- Hands on participation: (Experiencing)
- The Conference Discussion method: (Interacting, Giving and Getting Feedback.)
"Hi, I'm Dan Strongin. My father was a journalist. In addition to working as a Five Star Chef, Supermarket Wizard, Marketing Guru and Management Coach for value-added businesses, I have kept my hand in professional writing. It's a family thing.
What gives me an edge is a long and successful experience in business, and the ability to listen. I listen to you, ask questions, engage in your needs, make suggestions, and together we find the best possible way to address your copy needs."
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