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Profile Summary
Star Rating
Completed Orders 30
Revisions/Order 0.30
Repeat Clients 19%
Last Login 8/23/2016
Location Plano, TX
Education Some College
Status Busy
Industry
Asset Type
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Experience
Summary of Experience
Danielle B. is a college student at University of Texas at Dallas, fiction writer, and freelance writer with unique passions and interests. In the past year, her short stories have been featured in over seven different literary magazines, and over 8,000 people have viewed her website for her published works since August 2013. She has recently become more engaged with freelance writing through WriterAccess as she enjoys using her writing skills regularly.
Specialties
Danielle specializes in creating blog posts, social media posts, and informative articles for various clients and topics. Although she enjoys writing in a friendly tone, Danielle also excels at professional and informative writing.
Interests
Danielle enjoys both watching and playing sports, especially soccer, basketball, and tennis. Furthermore, she spends much of free time writing short stories, articles, and novels, as well as reading fiction. A member of the service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega, Danielle enjoys volunteering in her community. Danielle relishes in competition and activity, whether it be sports, a scavenger hunt, or a game of Jeopardy. She also loves to travel and has been to over twenty countries, including Mexico, Ireland, Costa Rica, Slovenia, Peru, Spain, and Belize.
Education
University of Texas at Dallas Communications, Emerging Media and Communications

Danielle is studying a unique blend of technology, publishing, arts, and communications at University of Texas at Dallas.


Southern Methodist University International Studies, Spanish, English,

Danielle studied International Studies, Spanish language, and English at Southern Methodist University for a year in Dallas, Texas. She has since transferred to University of Texas at Dallas to study Emerging Media and Communications.


Honors and Awards
Published in anthology May 2013


Public Relations Officer

Projects by Industry
Technology

Danielle has written multiple technology pieces on topics such as the new Lytro Illum Camera and the virtual reality console Oculus Rift. She ensures that the pieces are informative, clear, and engaging.

Real Estate

Danielle has written multiple blog posts about real estate. One post discussed real estate property rights in Lubbock, Texas, another the benefits of using professional photos when selling a home. She used professional language, sources, and statistics to discuss the market.

Outdoor/Recreation

Danielle wrote a humorous article for a client about the world's most expensive mountain bicycle, combining topics such as jewels, money, and outdoor recreation. The client rated the article as exceeding their expectations.

Marketing

Danielle wrote over 25 engaging Facebook posts for the sports bar MacDaddy's. She used informal language and a casual tone to promote the restaurant and appeal to its customers.

Garden

Danielle wrote a technical article for a client about the ideal temperature of a worm bin, a composting tool used in gardening. She used an informal yet informative tone and supplied the reader with the information needed to successfully regulate worm bin temperature.

Medical

Danielle wrote an informative and engaging blog post about troubleshooting summer allergy systems for use on a doctor's website. The client rated the article as exceeding their expectations.

Other

Danielle wrote a 900 word article for a client about the issue of cyber bullying, specifically through pictures and videos. She used statistics, quotes from experts, and victim experiences.

Projects by SEO Skill
SEO Keyword Requirements

Danielle has experience writing SEO optimized blog articles such as one for a client about real estate in Lubbock, Texas.

Projects by Asset Type
Article

Danielle has written articles for clients about a variety of topics including new technology, gadgets, and cyber bullying. She varies the tone of the article depending on the wishes of the client; she can write professionally, informally, humorously-any way the client wishes.

Facebook Post

Danielle wrote over 25 engaging Facebook posts for the sports bar MacDaddy's. She used informal language to appeal to its customers and interest the general public.

Blog Post

Danielle has written multiple blog posts for various clients. One post discussed the benefits of using professional photos in real estate, while another talked about the introduction of the world's most expensive bicycle. She employs professional language, sources, and statistics for the more serious topics such as real estate, and informal, humorous language for the lighter topics such as the bicycle.

Technical Article

Danielle wrote a technical article for a client about the ideal temperature of a worm bin, a composting tool used in gardening. She used an informal yet informative tone and supplied the reader with the information needed to successfully regulate worm bin temperature.

Projects By Expertise
Creative Writer

Danielle has been published in five different literary magazines including Black Fox Literary Magazine, Quail Bell Magazine, and The Flash-Forward Festival.

Research Writer

Danielle has written research articles for clients about various topics ranging from real estate to gold-engraved bicycles. She cites all sources of information and makes sure the information is factual before writing the article.

Technical Writer

Danielle wrote a technical article for a client about the ideal temperature of a worm bin, a composting tool used in gardening. She used an informal yet informative tone and supplied the reader with the information needed to successfully regulate worm bin temperature.

Projects by Writing Style
Authoritative

Danielle uses an authoritative tone and style to write blog posts and articles concerning topics such as how to determine the cause of summer allergies. For these specific topics, she places importance on making sure the audience recognizes her as an authority on the topic.

Conversational

Danielle wrote a technology piece on the new Lytro Illum Camera for a client. She employed a conversational tone yet ensured that the piece was informative, clear, and engaging.

Humorous

Danielle wrote a humorous article for a client about the world's most expensive bicycle, priced at a whopping $1,000,000. Her tone was slightly sarcastic but good-natured and funny.

Journalistic

Danielle wrote an article for a client on the benefits of using professional photos in real estate. She used formal language, sources, and statistics to prove that real estate agents who use professional photographers sell more homes. She wrote this article in journalistic style with hard facts.

Promotional

Danielle wrote over 25 engaging Facebook posts for the sports bar MacDaddy's. She used informal language and a casual tone to promote the restaurant and appeal to its customers.

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