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No iron can stab the heart with such force as a period put just at the right place.

Isaac Babel



By Way of Clarification

It would be completely remiss of us to claim that we can provide excellent, personalized content creation with first showing our potential customers what we can do. While it's difficult to link directly to the work we've done for clients, given that their privacy is our number one priority, and we have no interest in doing something that could harm their business prospects, we had a brainwave, and figured out that we could use our blog as a kind of display case.

Too many times, blogs are used as nothing more than just a reliable way to plug away at the company's SEO score, without putting any more thought into the content than the bare minimum. We're sure you understand where we're coming from.

After all, hasn't every one of us come across writing services who don't even seem to be able to write themselves? What about all those content creation / marketing sites who expect you to take the quality of their work on faith?

By treating our blog as a trophy cabinet for the best aspects of our craft, we build trust with our customers and prove that we've got nothing to hide. And instead of asking you to take our word for it, we offer you tangible proof that we can back up what we claim.

We're proud of what we create. Why shouldn't we show off a little?


If you don't have the time to read, you don't have the time or the tools to write.

Stephen King



Factual Writing with a Literary Flair

Here at Triple Vowel, we have absolutely no interest in recognizing a stylistic divide between blog posts and literary fiction. As a matter of fact, we think that the best content writing incorporates techniques from history's greatest writers, who have proven time and time again that when it comes to the written word, they know what they're doing.

We do our best to borrow our favorite elements from our favorite writers in order to make sure our personalized content is as good as it possibly can be. We draw inspiration from Hemingway's brevity, Faulkner's voice, Joyce's creative reasoning, Dostoevsky's dry humor. Raymond Carver's realism keeps us on track when we veer too much towards the abstract; Don DeLillo's astute observations about the high-speed, information-heavy world we live in inform our cultural insights. 

We write like we read, and we read what we love. 

Personalized content writing doesn't have to be bland and repetitive. Any written word possesses the potential to thrill, to captivate, and to seduce. We recognize no boundaries and we strive for perfection, even though we acknowledge that we'll never achieve it.

It's like that old saying: 'Shoot for the stars, and you might just land on the moon.'


Truth, like gold, is to be obtained not by its growth, but by washing away from it all that is not gold.

Leo Tolstoy



Bad Writing Creates, Good Writing Reveals

The heart of the matter is that which makes up its very essence. Makes sense, right? Once you've stripped away everything that is unnecessary, you've found yourself with the most truthful element of the entire concept. 

Think of it in terms of football. Sure, we can have teams, franchises, stadia, merchandise. But none of those things fully capture what football itself is, which is a game played with a ball, two goals, and two teams.

The same holds true for writing, whether that's fictional, factual, or good old personalized content writing. We strive with every client to unburden the subject in question of all superfluous features. By getting rid of surface-level details, we can first find the truth, and then set about making it shine through the pieces that we write. 

Weighing your content down with over-the-top, elaborate touches is a surefire way to alienate your reader—that same reader who's been having to trawl through pages and pages of content that reads just like your own, without actually getting anywhere with regards to the subject itself. 

By focusing our efforts on prospecting, rather than constructing, we help the essential truth of the subject in question to float to the top. It's easy to see this in action: just take a look at some of our blog posts and see if you can't figure out what we mean. This is a core aspect of our creative aesthetic, and one of the single biggest things that sets us apart from our competition, who all too direct their attention to creating a flashy piece of content which completely obscures the essence of the subject.



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