Think Write Guild Writers
Bryan Carter is the president of Think Webstore (www.thinkwebstore.com), a consulting, marketing, and production agency based in Ridgeland, Mississippi focused on helping mindful companies realize marketing, branding, social, and online strategies.
During his early career, Carter earned recognition as an interactive media designer and usability engineer and holds degrees in Computer Science and Instructional Technology. Prior to founding Think Webstore, Carter served as a director for two internet companies and as a vice president for a nationally recognized advertising agency. He has worked for IBM, AT&T, and NCR in multimedia, interactive learning, and organization development, and has consulted with multiple Fortune 500 companies, including Home Depot, ETS, and Citigroup in the areas of e-commerce, e-learning, and e-business transformation. Carter has also worked with over two hundred small to mid-sized businesses in the areas of Web presence, marketing, and business strategy. Carter is a recognized author and invited speaker on a range of topics including intrinsic motivation, interactive media strategies, user experience engineering, organization development, marketing and advertising.
Bryan guides thinkWRITEguild in article writing and PR writing, ensuring that all articles and releases, as well as other writing, meets the exacting standards of both clients and the publishing industry.
Matthew works as Director of Client Services for thinkWEBSTORE in Ridgeland, MS. He spends most of his free time with his children, reading, or working on a writing project.
Matthew has been doing various types of writing for publication since high school. He graduated from Mississippi College with a B.A. in English, and from St. Tikhon’s Seminary with an M.Div. in Theology. His publications include academic, popular, fiction, and non-fiction. Matthew’s expertise lies in article writing, website content writing, research projects/articles, and composing essays on various themes for thinkWRITEguild and our customers. On the purely creative side, he writes fiction, poetry, and essays as well. Matthew also maintains a blog, where he posts book reviews, creative pieces, and whatever strikes his fancy on any given day – matthewejackson.com.