Meet Stephanie

MEET STEPHANIE

Hi, I’m Stephanie…

I’ve heard people say they hate email. But I’ve got to admit I love it. If you write email right, you can get what you want fast. And it can help you create strong, trusting relationships with your readers.

In my online business email writing classes, your employees can learn how to use their email to get the results they want. When they want it. And without having to write and rewrite!

Stephanie Eubanks business writing online training

Here’s what I’ve done for the past 30 years, to become the business writing trainer you can rely on for amazing changes in your employees’ writing:

Taught hundreds of online and onsite business writing classes, in a variety of industries (Aetna, Allergan, Cox Communications, EMCOR, KPMG Tax Business School, Qualcomm, and more)

Helped create – and then taught – company-wide writing certification programs for two Fortune 500 companies 

Reviewed thousands of emails to help writers get to the point, sound nice about it, and get the results they want

Created proven tips and tools to make it all easy and fun!

Reviews

We have had great success with Stephanie and her class. She is skilled and a delight to work with. It is always one of the most popular classes and it always receives positive feedback from participants – particularly on value for immediate application.
— Cindy W., Former Director of Learning & Organization Development
Schaller Anderson (purchased by Aetna)

Does your team need help getting faster results from their email?
Let’s talk about it!

I also write marketing content – blog posts, newsletters, articles, product descriptions for catalogs, and case studies that convince prospects to become customers. And convince customers to return again and again.

Oddly enough, writing content pieces grew out of the unusual way I customize my business writing courses. During this process, I rewrite your company’s own email, reports, and other documents to use for real-world training exercises.

So for a long time now, I’ve been writing things like sales flyers, letters, sections of plan booklets for health care insurance, and how-to articles. Blog posts, newsletters, product descriptions, and case studies were logical next steps. (link to examples).

Need help telling the world why it can’t do without your company’s products and services? Let’s talk about this, too!