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I want to express in my bio (Instagram, Twitter etc.) that I do and sell these services:

Digital marketing, Protection of privacy and personal information on the internet and social media, Speed-up and repair of slow computers

From both grammatical and practical way, which one of these sentences should I use?

First:

I offer: Digital marketing, Protection of privacy and personal information on the internet and social media, Speed-up and repair of slow computers"

Second:

I am offering: Digital marketing, Protection of privacy and personal information on the internet and social media, Speed-up and repair of slow computers

Third:

Offering: Digital marketing, Protection of privacy and personal information on the internet and social media, Speed-up and repair of slow computers

To put it even more into the context, let's take the example of the whole potential bio:

I am into meditation, philosophy, psychology, photography, veganism.

(One of the sentences above)

PM me or e-mail me for more details.

Hi@Adamkrupa.cz

  • I am thinking of using "Offering". It can be both noun and verb. As a noun it makes sense "Offering: ___" and if it's going to be in my bio then people will probably understand that I am the one offering those services thus it can also work as a verb (with omitting the "I am"). What do you guys think? – user73719 Apr 14 '18 at 18:28
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I'd go with I offer:, for two reasons.

1) Offering as a noun has another meaning quite unrelated to your context (a religious offering).

2) Although it does occur, dropping the subject is not particularly idiomatic in English.

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  • Hi Evene, thank you for your answer. I decided to use "Offering" for social media because of it's flow and easier/faster readability and "I offer" for my website. – user73719 Apr 15 '18 at 9:44

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