Donna Scoggins

I am a Dallas-based freelance writer. Words are my passion. As a professional wordsmith, I’ve served as an advertising copywriter, editorial writer, branding specialist and creative collaborator. Currently, I help conceive, create and optimize email marketing campaigns for clients at The Axle Agency.

Some of my more notable clients include Neiman Marcus, American Airlines, Mary Kay, See’s Candies and Cosmopolitan. In addition to copywriting for these companies and a number of renowned cosmetic and luxury brands, I continue to enjoy collaborating with smaller businesses to help them define their goals and achieve their marketing objectives.

Ever wish you had a way with words? There’s no denying they have power. As a Copywriter, Content Writer, Ghostwriter, or Blogger, I can help you make a statement, or tell the story of your product or brand, that’s polished to perfection and in your unique voice.


Hiring a Professional Copywriter

The writing required to promote, sustain and build a business today can be almost as time-consuming as the operational side of an enterprise. Here’s what you need to know about hiring a professional copywriter.

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Maintaining Site and Self

Tending to mind and body, as well as one’s online presence, can be time-consuming and costly, but no one ever said it’s easy to look good. And I’m here to confirm that sounding good takes effort, as well.

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Retail Therapy is Dead

After COVID, will the world ever look like it did for all the years of my life, with ample opportunities for retail therapy and escapism conveniently located on every corner? I fear not. And that’s a problem even Amazon Delivery can’t fix.

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Working with Donna is a pleasure from start to finish. Not only is she a great writer, but she is extremely conscientious and a pleasure to introduce to clients. I always know that Donna will deliver her best work and won’t stop until we are completely satisfied.

Timothy Connolly


Check out my recent blog on Auditory Processing Disorder in teens.