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Last Login 10/20/2016
Location Indianapolis, IN
Education Masters Degree
Status Vacation
Blog Post15
Real Estate3
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Summary of Experience
Danielle holds a Master's degree in Professional Writing and a Bachelor's degree in English. Her experience as a freelance writer, editor, and graphic/web designer dates back to 2006. Since then, she's held positions as a website columnist, proofreader for a major publishing company, graphic/web designer for a website featured in Fast Company magazine, writing consultant/mentor at a university, and blogger for multiple Indianapolis-area businesses.

Throughout Danielle's freelance writing career, she's completed more than 10,000 assignments for her clients on Writer Access and other platforms--including blog posts, press releases, how-to articles, SEO-optimized articles, newsletters, white papers, and everything in between.

Research is one of Danielle's strong points, so she can produce engaging and authoritative content on just about any topic. However, some of her areas of expertise include travel, home and garden, finance, family and relationships, health, education, and fitness.

Ever since Danielle was old enough to write, it's been her passion. This passion and dedication shows in every piece she completes, whether it be a blog post on the latest trends in Internet marketing or an article on how to create a beautiful door wreath for one's own home.

Since Danielle works full-time as a freelance writer, her clients enjoy that she's always available to take on new assignments and can typically have them completed within a day or two.

Read some of the feedback Danielle has received from her clients below:

"Great writer! Save her to your love list! Follows brief and understands audience well! Got back in way under deadline."

"You are a rockstar! Thank you so much for allowing me to count on you to not only deliver pieces of content in a timely manner, but your syntax and writing style is fantastic. Seriously thank you."

"Danielle produces high quality writing that explains the topic in a coherent and logical manner which provides value to our readers. Love her work ethic and quick turnaround. We have added her to our love list as one of the top writers we love to work with. Thanks for the great work, Danielle!"

"Danielle's writing is extremely thorough. [...] She takes the time to and effort to make sure your content is done with the most quality. Most importantly, she follows every requirement requested. I will be sending her Solo orders often moving forward!"

"Really appreciate the quick turn around and professionalism of this writer. Looking forward to our next project."

"Danielle is my go to person for the health and wellness blogs. It's great to work with her."

"Danielle's writing style was great. Extremely fast turnaround, thanks!"
-Blog posts
-Technical writing/editing
-How-to articles
-Search engine optimization (SEO)
-Press releases
-General articles
-White papers
-Interpretations of infographics
-Product descriptions
-Creative writing
Danielle is an avid recreation enthusiast, particularly when it comes to amusement parks and roller coasters. She is a current member of the Great Ohio Coaster Club and has been on more than 300 different roller coasters in more than 50 different amusement parks across the globe.

Danielle is also a cat-lover; in her free time, she volunteers at a local no-kill cat shelter that cares primarily for cats with special needs. She also has two cats of her own, named Luna and Geauga (after defunct amusement parks, of course).

Just over a year ago, Danielle also became a first-time home owner. As such, she's grown fond of taking on new home improvement projects (and often testing her patience in the process). For example, this past summer, she learned how to stain and seal a ~1,000 square foot wooden deck, re-mulch her front yard, open and close an above-ground pool, and seal a stamped concrete driveway.

When she's not writing, riding roller coasters, spending time with cats, or doing work around the house, she also loves reading, visiting lighthouses, wine tasting, and arts & crafts.
Eastern Michigan University Sep 2012 – Apr 2014
Written Communication - Professional Writing, Master of Arts

Danielle was awarded two graduate assistantships with the University Writing Center and the Eastern Michigan Writing Project. She completed her faculty-sponsored Master's research project on the rhetoric of amusement park maps.

Relevant coursework:
Rhetoric of Science and Technology, Computers and Writing: Theory and Practice, Advanced Technical Writing and Research, Visual Rhetoric, Issues in Teaching Writing, Rhetorical Theory and Teaching of Writing, Technical Editing

Eastern Michigan University Sep 2008 – May 2012
English Language and Linguistics, Bachelor of Science

Danielle graduated Magna Cum Laude with a 3.89 grade point average and eight semesters on the Dean's list; she was also a part of the Honors College.

Furthermore, she was nominated and sponsored in 2012 to present at her university's Undergraduate Research Symposium. She later received a fellowship for her presentation.

Relevant courses taken:
Writing in the Professional World, Technical Writing, Principles of Technical Communication, Writing, Style and Technology, Seminar in Written Communication, Research Writing, News Writing and Reporting, Modern English Grammar, Languages of the World, English Words

Honors and Awards
Undergraduate Symposium Presenter Fellowship Apr 2012
Danielle was nominated and sponsored by university faculty to present a linguistic research project at the school's annual undergraduate symposium. Her presentation was titled "The Role of Object Shape in Children's Control of Mutual Exclusivity."

Association Memberships
National Council of Teachers of English Sep 2012
The NCTE seeks to improve the teaching of writing at all levels of education. Danielle is a member of this organization despite the fact that she is not a teacher because she cares deeply about how future generations of writers are taught.

Projects by Industry

Danielle was a student herself for nineteen consecutive years and recently completed her schooling with a Master's degree in Professional Writing. She has also taken several classes on education, including courses on teaching writing, incorporating technology into the classroom, and teaching rhetoric in the classroom. Furthermore, she worked for three years as a tutor at her university, offering writing assistance across all disciplines. In her final year of graduate school, she also served as a mentor for new tutors.


Danielle has been what many would refer to as a "fitness junkie" for several years now. She enjoys staying up-to-date on the latest fitness and exercise trends and frequents a local gym as a way of staying in shape. She has also played a number of team sports, including basketball, soccer, and hockey. She also dabbles in Yoga.


For as long as she can remember, Danielle has been a lover of all things crafty. She specializes in creating (and occasionally selling) her own custom greeting cards. However, she's also crafted her own door wreaths, wall art, customized drink coasters, picture frames, and more. Danielle is a true believer that crafting, much like writing, is a wonderful form of expression.

Danielle's crafting experience has also led her to write hundreds of how-to articles, blog posts, and guides on various arts and crafts projects.


Danielle has a love for cats, and some of her closest friends and family jokingly refer to her as a "crazy cat lady." While she only has two cats at home, she also volunteers at a local cat shelter and as a driver for two different animal transport groups.

Despite her adoration of felines, Danielle is a lover of all animals, having also adopted a rescue dog in late 2014. She's written web content for veterinarian's offices, blog posts on getting rid of fleas in kittens, tips on protecting dogs from canine parvovirus, and everything in between.


As somebody with a Master's degree in Professional Writing, Danielle considers herself an expert when it comes to writing/editing resumes, composing cover letters, and formulating e-mails/other means of written communication.

Specifically, she's assisted dozens of private clients in revising job-application cover letters, crafting industry-specific resumes, and composing application essays for admission to graduate school.


To quote her favorite movie (American Beauty), Danielle subscribes to the philosophy that "in order to be successful, one must project an image of success at all times." In other words, she likes to look her best.

Specifically, her beauty interests include budget-friendly beauty tips, easy styles for curly hair, and quick morning makeup routines. She's written hundreds of articles on these topics for a wide range of clients.


During her years in college, Danielle learned a lot about updating her wardrobe while on a budget. Today, she still enjoys making occasional trips to second-hand stores and scouring her favorite fashion retailers for deals. Every once in a great awhile, she'll spoil herself with a shopping spree at the mall.

Based on her experience, she enjoys writing about budget-friendly fashion tips and how to save on designer brands. However, she's also completed dozens of articles on the latest fashion trends and even some product descriptions for apparel websites.


Danielle loves food. There's no better way to put it. While she doesn't claim to be a professional chef by any means, she does have a fair amount of cooking experience and enjoys trying out new foods and recipes.

Specifically, Danielle is interested in healthy and low-carb cooking. She's a believer in both the Atkins and ketogenic diet, both of which are low in carb but full in protein and flavor. She's spent nearly a year following the ketogenic diet and, as a result, has become an expert in preparing low-carb dishes that taste just like their "full-carb" originals (pumpkin pie, fried chicken, pizza crust, etc).

Real Estate

Danielle became a first-time homeowner in 2014. Since then, she's learned a great deal about the responsibilities and advantages that come along with being a homeowner. Because of her new-found homeownership, she's also learned a great deal about home improvement and maintenance first-hand.

As a result, Danielle has been able to write hundreds of articles on home improvement projects, preventative maintenance, buying and selling, improving curb appeal, and other real estate topics.


Before Danielle began her career as a content writer and SEO specialist, she spent years working as a web and graphic designer. Specifically, she considers herself proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Animation Shop; she's also familiar with HTML coding and currently maintains her own website

As a result of her experience, Danielle has written hundreds of articles on design topics, ranging from less-known Photoshop features and graphic design techniques to commonly made mistakes in website design and everything in between.


Travel is one of Danielle's biggest passions. She's been to most US states and a few places outside of the US, though her favorite vacation was probably the one she took to Oahu, Hawaii in 2007.

Specifically, Danielle loves traveling to new amusement parks across the globe. Currently, she's been to more than 50 different amusement parks and ridden more than 300 different roller coasters.

Danielle's extensive travel experience has led her to write hundreds of blog posts, advice articles, and other content on traveling; some topics she's covered include finding the best deals on airfare, selecting a rental car, and even booking a jungle excursion.


Danielle has written a number of blog posts, informational articles, and web pages for automotive dealerships and repair shops alike. A vehicle owner herself, she enjoys writing about car maintenance, increasing fuel economy, and money-saving tips for car-buyers.


From a young age, Danielle has understood the importance of being financially responsible, securing her first job at age 14 and saving up enough money to buy her first car in cash at age 16. Today, she enjoys writing about taking control over one's personal finances, including tips for budgeting and saving for retirement.


Danielle is what many would refer to as a recreation enthusiast; a couple of her favorite hobbies include tent camping and riding roller coasters. In her professional career, she's written numerous blogs and articles on topics ranging from RV/camper travel and hiking to sports and amusement parks.


Danielle has been self-employed for six years and, as a result, has had to learn a lot about taxes first-hand. As an independent contractor handling her own complex taxes, she considers herself an expert on self-employment taxes, 1099s, and the like. However, she also has extensive experience writing about business taxes and personal income tax.


Danielle has written dozens of nutrition-related articles and has a personal interest in diet/nutrition, staying up-to-date on new diets and trends. From blogging about the difference between complex and simple carbs to explaining the logic behind the paleo diet, Danielle has plenty of experience in this industry.


Danielle has written dozens of articles on various types of insurance, ranging from home and auto to health, disability, and everything in between. As a home and vehicle owner, she has first-hand experience in understanding the intricacies of homeowners insurance and car insurance.

Specifically, Danielle enjoys writing posts that help consumers select the right coverage for their needs.


In her many years as a freelance writer, Danielle has taken on dozens of assignments on marketing-related topics. From blog posts on B2B marketing research to social media marketing articles and everything in between, she is well versed in business marketing. As a content marketer herself, this area of expertise is right up her alley.

Projects by SEO Skill
SEO Keyword Requirements

Since Danielle began her career as a freelance writer, she has written SEO-focused articles for thousands of clients. She understands the importance of including specific keywords in these articles so as to have the greatest impact on a site's search engine results. She's also familiar with up-and-coming white hat SEO techniques and keeps herself updated on the ever-changing algorithms of today's search engines.

Title/Meta Descriptions

Danielle understands that a solid, engaging title and meta description are a must for any SEO-focused web content. She also realizes that the face of SEO is ever-changing. As such, she keeps herself up-to-date on the latest news and announcements in the world of search engine optimization so that she can always provide her clients with the best content.

Projects by Asset Type

In 2010, Danielle worked with a non-profit food bank located in Ann Arbor, MI to assist them in researching costs for the implementation of a new logo. She researched the costs, made recommendations, and was also responsible for submitting a proposal to the client that detailed the timeline of implementation for the new logo.

Today, thanks to Danielle's help, the food bank's new logo is now proudly displayed on their trucks, merchandise, letterheads, and more.

Blog Post

Danielle has been blogging for as long as she can remember. Currently, she maintains a personal and academic blog, but she's also been a guest-blogger on a number of occasions.

Danielle also has a stream of clients who request blog posts from her on a regular basis. These blog posts are often informative and conversational in nature, as many of them are written for business websites.


General articles are one of Danielle's biggest specialties. Specifically, she enjoys writing advice and "how to" articles; she's able to write some of these articles based on her own experience, though some many require outside research and inclusion of statistics/facts. Either way, Danielle's clients appreciate that her how-to posts are easy-to-follow, informative, and accurate.

Projects By Expertise
Technical Writer

Danielle has written instruction manuals for a number of clients, including her school's branch of the National Writing Project organization. Perhaps her largest project to date involved writing an employee handbook for her position as an assistant with the Eastern Michigan Writing Project.

Danielle has also written technical documentation for a non-profit food bank in Michigan and an employee training manual for an amusement park.

Research Writer

Throughout the course of Danielle's Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Writing, she took on a number of research assignments--including a 50-page thesis during her final year of graduate school. During her schooling, she took courses focused specifically on research and writing, including "Advanced Technical Writing and Research," "Research Writing," and "Research and Theory in Practice and Writing."

Since then, she's completed hundreds of research-based assignments for her clients on a variety of subjects.

Creative Writer

Danielle took several Creative Writing courses throughout college and has had a passion for writing short stories, poetry, and prose since she was six years old. During her junior year of her undergraduate program, she was published in her university's creative writing magazine, Cellar Roots.

Today, Danielle still enjoys writing for reflection and has taken on several creative writing projects for a number of clients.


Danielle has more than four years of copywriting experience and, in that time, has completed more than 10,000 paid assignments for a variety of clients. From press releases and product descriptions to newsletters and advertisements, Danielle has done it all. Because of her copywriting experience (and her experience designing and running her own business websites), she knows what it takes to write web copy that's engaging for any audience.


Danielle has extensive experience in writing newsletters, news articles, and other journalistic pieces. During her undergraduate career, she also completed several courses in journalism, including some on news writing/reporting and the history of journalism. As a consultant in her university's writing center, she also gained a great deal of experience in helping writers work with the Chicago and AP style guides.

Projects by Writing Style

In her writing, Danielle understands that an authoritative article needs to have a strong and confident voice. Beyond that, however, she also understands how concrete information such as facts and data can be used to support claims and explain concepts.


Danielle has written a large number of articles for various clients with a conversational writing style. These articles can range from "how to" articles to advice pieces or anything in between. Danielle believes that writing in a conversational style can be effective and appropriate when attempting to reach out to readers who want to read an easy-to-understand yet informative article free of confusing terms or difficult language.


Danielle has extensive experience in writing newsletters, news articles, and other journalistic pieces. During her undergraduate career, she also completed several courses in journalism, including some on news writing/reporting and the history of journalism. As a consultant in her university's writing center, she also gained a great deal of experience in helping writers work with the Chicago and AP style guides.


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