Writer Junkie

We Write So You Don’t Have To

Welcome To Writer Junkie

Writer Junkie is a content writing and social media management service. The world we live in is filled with information. In fact, so much information exists that it becomes a task differentiating between what is quality, and what is simply quantity. That’s where we come in!

 

Call us today at (805) 587-7966.

Services

Website Content

Do you need help with your website? Website content can be difficult to create, and it takes time to write. That’s where Writer Junkie comes in! We have a staff of writers dedicated to writing content that will show your business in the best light possible.

Writing Service

Writer Junkie is a writing service for businesses! We believe in creating engaging content for our clients. The content we write can take on different forms, but ultimately, we want to promote your message. Give us a call today! We would love to write your story.

Our Shop

We at Writer Junkie believe in making life easier for people. That’s why we have created an online store. All you have to do is click on the item you like, give us a little information about the topic, and checkout. It’s that simple. Click on the link below to explore our shop.

Some Of Our Clients

Recent Articles

You Shouldn’t Bet Streaks

Behavioral finance is an especially important topic during choppy markets. Today we review new work in the discipline that shows why people tend to make risky decisions even when they know the odds are against them, or avoid risky decisions even if the odds are...

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Start The New Year Off The Right Way!

Start The New Year Off The Right Way! With New SEO Content, Your Business’ Message Will Be Seen By More People Than Ever For Immediate Release Writer Junkie – VENTURA COUNTY’S SEO content writing service Writer Junkie is a...

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America’s Homeless Population Has Changed

Though the crisis of homelessness across the US has eased somewhat over the past decade, there are still some 550,000 homeless people in the US, equivalent to roughly one-fifth of one percent of the population. Data from the Department of Housing and Urban Development...

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