Ever recall the saying, “Do your research?” Every project, although different, requires effective research in order to ensure an effective communications solution that is tailor made for our clients. Be it online, print, or face-to-face, WWC is committed to finding out what is best for your specific business and brand development goals which the saying actually goes without saying: “Do your research.”


Upon research completion, WWC develops a mutilayered, strategic plan that will best fit your vision, mission, goals, and budget. Coupled with affordable pricing, plans will be gear clients to up to take their products or services beyond the threshold of simply “being in business.”


Through written, verbal, and virtual communications, partnered with skill sets in consulting, marking, public relations, and social media, allows WWC to put the word within the client plan in motion thus bringing them into fruition. Real cases, real solutions, all in real time.


Social Media Writing

Post. Tweet, Stumble, or Digg? Like, Follow, Reply, or Suggest? That now is the question when dealing with the ever evolving phenomenon we know as social media. Now that you’re in […]

Book & Manuscript Editing

You’ve written your manifesto and your eyes are as dry as sand. You know that you need to have your book or […]

Virtual Administration

Scheduling problems . Missed appointments. Unreturned e-mai ls. Unmade travel arrangements. This is a glimpse of life without a dedicated administrator to handle the details […]

PR Writing and Distribution

What good is your message if no one ever reads, hears, or knows about it? Having a great press release alleviates this […]

College Essay Editing

As millions of students prepare to graduate high school and enter college, their excitement usually turns to anxiety as the inevitable occurs: filling out college and scholarship applications. Even more […]

Additional Services

WWC has several services to help you achieve your business goals. The following list is a guide to popular services we offer to stay relevant in today's communications landscape. […]