Whether you market to Consumers or Businesses, you'll find that I've probably
performed in a similar environment. I've written for and advised some of the biggest agencies, creative boutiques, large and
midsize companies, and plenty of entrepreneurs. My work has won an Effie Award
for its marketing results.
These days I tend to specialize in B2B. I enjoy helping with strategy, as well as extending campaigns to a
variety of digital and traditional media, from concept to hangtags, social to white papers.
Having begun my career as a radio copywriter/producer, lately I've also gotten back to that. I have written
hundreds of articles on topics related to voice-over, and am available to record voice acting or narration.
Randall (Randy) Rensch is an award-winning senior-level marketing copywriter who worked on-staff for
several advertising agencies prior to becoming a full-time freelancer. He brings his imagination,
analysis and results-oriented viewpoint to a wide variety of products and services.
Having worked in virtually ever part of the Marketing Communications industry (including Social Media), and collaborating with
all its marketing and creative specialists, Randy is now regarded as a "Full-stack UX Copywriter" or "UX Thinker."
That is, a writer of comprehensive capabilities who focuses on the user's experience (UX) — with
his thoughts and writing directed to the interests and needs of the
reader, viewer, listener, or user. (Learn more about UX Thinking)
Although focused on B2B, Randy therefore maintains a mental balance
between b-to-b and the consumer advertising where his career began. The synergy resulting from a broad mix
is very helpful to him and his clients.
Randy's work on the "15-Minute Breakfast" campaign for International House of Pancakes won the American Marketing Association's
Effie Award, given for effectiveness. Randy doesn't pursue awards, but has also earned other acknowledgements,
and has been quoted in various books and publications on copywriting and the business of freelancing, including Complete Guide to
Creating Successful Brochures (Gedney) and Marketing Essentials (Bickers).
Randy has written for agencies and directly for marketers including IBM, Sony, T. Rowe Price, United Technologies,
Citibank, International House of Pancakes, E.G. Smith, Legg Mason, Wunderman, SiteSell, and hundreds of smaller companies and ad agencies
— even very small marketers, helping them become as big as they want to be.
With this eclectic background, Randy continues to apply his skills to many kinds of business and consumer products and services,
but he specializes in business-to-business, consumer and business financial, technological products and services, retail
(including online stores), direct marketing, and radio. He has also had some experience with medical products and healthcare services.
Based in New York City, he serves ad agencies, web developers and companies primarily in North America and Europe.
For samples and insights into Randy's work and the nature of advertising, visit www.rensch.com.
University of Illinois: B.S. Communications (Journalism)
School of Visual Arts and other schools: various courses in advertising and performing arts
"The language of the prospect, and not a bit more technical than that."
Common Sense, Uncommonly Presented.℠
Randall Rensch: UX Copywriter, Commercials/Videos Scriptwriter, and Voice Actor
When he was fresh out of college, Randy aspired to be a personality DJ ... just as that radio genre
was going out of style. So he became a radio copywriter,
acting in many of the spots he wrote and produced. (He learned a lot about voice acting from his co-worker
Bob Dorian, an actor who later hosted TV's American Movie Classics.)
Since Randy's radio days, he has worked on the staffs of several large and small New York ad agencies including
Marsteller and McCaffrey & McCall Direct, and has long been established as a full-time freelance copywriter in all marketing
communications media. He combines imagination, analysis and a results-oriented viewpoint, and his work has won an Effie.
Enjoying the variety and synergy that freelancing offers, Randy serves marketers ranging from Fortune 500 firms to
home-based businesses. He's written for IBM, Sony, Raymond James, SiteSell, Inc., United Technologies,
Coca-Cola, Anso nylon, IHOP, and hundreds of other companies large and small.
Freelancing also gives Randy time to return to his roots. In association with Edge Studio, he has written marketing copy,
website copy and hundreds of articles on subjects related to voice-over training, performance, recording and business practices.
And now, he has returned to voice acting himself. VOICEOVER DEMO