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Matt R - Blog Post Writer

Star Rating 6 Stars
Last Login 10/26/2016
Location Portsmouth, VA
Education Masters Degree

Summary of Blog Post Experience

Matt is currently an active freelance writer and journalist for several online publications. He is also the Director of Client Services for a major Los Angeles-based media marketing firm where he is actively involved with all aspects of writing, editing, and managing content for numerous client blogs and social media campaigns. He is also well-versed in the ability to craft headlines that get noticed by the search engines.

A creatively written article or blog post can provide many wonderful advantages to a company brand. Thanks to the Age of Social Media, truly engaging content can "go viral" almost instantly around the world, acting as miniature digital billboards that never disappear. Articles, blog posts, and social media campaigns also help to boost a brand's online reputation with the search engines while boosting website rankings in the process.

Meanwhile, poorly written or spun content can actually hurt a company's online credibility. Spinning is out! Google, Yahoo, and Bing only want relevant content that is 100% unique while offering value to the online community. That's where Matt excels best.

Matt first began his writing freelance writing career working for a website design company. As each new website was designed, Matt was responsible for filling the blogs and web pages with SEO-friendly content. Even before the days of Panda, Penguin, and Hummingbird, Matt was taught properly. Spinning content just won't do because we only get one chance to make a great first impression. With his nearly twenty years as an architectural engineer and almost ten years writing content online, Matt has written tens of thousands of articles on nearly every niche imaginable. His attention to research is unmatched, regardless of the topic.