PRLog - Feb. 5, 2014 - CANARY WHARF, U.K. -- In late 2013, Mark Bray the founder of the British based marketing company Jive Pepper, announced that they would be launching a new spin off brand called Bio Writer. The brand will focus on the development of various types of bios, which can be used by individuals, professionals or companies for a variety of marketing purposes.
Jive Pepper already has vast experience in the field of writing bios and owns one of the worlds leading Wikipedia editing companies, Wizards of Wiki. The company focuses heavily on the development of the encyclopedic bios on Wikipedia, and therefore Bray feels it is a sensible move to offer another bio solution to other online markets.
The bio writing service provides you with bios that can be used for a variety of purposes. This includes, LinkedIn, website content, resumes, online databases (such as CrunchBase), about pages and also general marketing material. Bray feels that the development of online bios can dramatically improve a company’s image and leave potential clients with a more positive view of the business.
Each bio will be available in a variety of lengths, with additional options available to increase the accuracy of each bio if needed. The overall service ensures that the client is provided with an accurate bio, that fully describes them or their business.
When asked about the new brand, Mark Bray stated the following. “I think this is a great opportunity for us as a company to expand. We already are a major player in online biographies as we deal regularly with some of the largest companies globally for their Wikipedia requirements.”
According to Bray, the system will run in a similar way to the way he currently runs his Wikipedia management brand. “The process is pretty much the same”, said Bray. “There are some slight differences, but we’ve already been involved in implementing bios as an additional service for our Wikipedia projects.”
From 2014, the service will be available through a host of writers that Jive Pepper have at their disposal.
More available at: http://www.bio-