It's rare to come across a talent like Kim. I've worked with Kim for the last 5 years to help us build out a content strategy for not only Madtown Agency, but for clients as well. Kim isn't like most writers, who simply edit the content you give them or come up with content that doesn't get results. She has the guts to tell you what you need, even if it's not what you want to hear. If you value your brand's messaging and want effective copy that's delivered quickly with minimal revisions, you're going to love working with her. To put it plainly: if you're focused on outcomes, Kim will help create awesome copy that does its job by getting you more customers.
Jay Baron, CEO, Madtown Agency
Kim is a versatile, jack-of-all-trades type of writer. She is thorough and detail-oriented, which allows her to write sound, coherent and convincing copy; yet, when you give her a little room to be herself, is equally capable of writing in a wide range of different styles. Whatever the occasion, however, her own unique voice always manages to shine through in everything she writes, which is not always true of every writer. A quick learner, Kim knows what questions to ask, and when to stick to her instincts. She'll get to the bottom of every task and tackle it from all angles. She is also highly efficient and able to churn out high-quality work as quickly as it is needed. More importantly, while she's polished and professional, she is also a genuinely kind, fun and down-to-earth person - with Kim, what you see is what you get.
Jane Koh, Associate Creative Director, Stephan & Brady
Kim is a huge asset to our writing team. She is timely, talented, creative and detail-oriented. Her writing style is both professional and always interesting to read!
Alisa Sleep, Owner, Madison Mom's Blog
We love working with Kim Krueger. She's always on-time, on-target and accurate, and her dynamic pieces make for great reads. We appreciate that she always bring something extra to her assignments, too, especially when it comes to assigned pieces she's glad to dig in, do some research and suggest alternate angles - that suggests a writerly investment that goes beyond taking on "just another assignment."
Kate Bast, Editor in Chief, BRAVA Magazine