About Robin Noelle
Robin Noelle is a professional public relations practitioner and successful author of numerous books and magazine articles. She has more than 20 years of experience writing for marketing, sales and public relations. Noelle specializes in non-fiction writing. Her books have been published by prestigious imprints such as Avalon Travel Publishing, Pearson Education and McGraw-Hill.
As a freelance writer, Noelle has written and ghost-written articles, press materials, marketing collateral, sales materials and websites. Her clients include leading public relations and marketing companies, doctors, real estate agents, entrepreneurs, professional speakers, non-profit organizations and business professionals. She has worked with leading companies such as IBM, Microsoft, Avon, Subway, 6th Street Playhouse and the Sonoma County Fair.
As a writing coach, Noelle has the background and skills to help budding or experienced writers in all aspects of the writing process. She helps them organize and develop their thoughts and material and then offers guidance and support throughout the writing process, culminating in publishing and marketing. Noelle helps writers gain the clarity and confidence to tackle even the most daunting writing projects.
Book credits include, How to do Everything Macbook (McGraw-Hill), Word 2010: In Simple Steps (Pearson Education), and Moon Guide to Puerto Vallarta (Avalon Travel).
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“I recently used Robin’s North Bay Writing Coach services to help me develop my website and work on marketing materials for my new business. Having never been great with words, it was very helpful to have her guidance in not only structuring my message and finding the right words to convey it, but also in forcing myself to finally sit down and write. Worth every cent!” — Kris M.
“Robin Noelle took us from panicked and procrastinating to perfect. She started doing social media for us then taught us all how to do it and moved on to coaching us on our press releases and web portraits. Very effective use of our time. Here’s an example.” — Lesley M.