Nutrition, recipes and cooking, childcare, musicianship and popular music.
Outdoors, cooking, parenting, literature, and music.
Rachel's undergraduate studies focused on English literature, including texts from America and the British Isles. Rachel learned the finer points of writing, reading, and crafting persuasive arguments during her education. Her training in grammar, rhetoric, and music have all helped create the writer she is today. During her senior year of college, Rachel completed several internships where she wrote content and interviews for a variety of businesses.
Rachel grew up in a very family-oriented society and neighborhood, which has given her focus on the issues families and children experience. Her first online writing job focused on children and their eating habits, and her personal blog also highlights many issues within this topic area. She also enjoys writing guest blogs related to kids and family.
Rachel has written extensively for construction/contractor clients with audiences of middle to higher income families who are interested in remodeling, renovating, and home improvements. She has written countless blogs and articles regarding ways to boost a home's curb appeal, resale value, and overall style and design.
Rachel edited existing content for a children's nutrition company, and then strategized blog topics that would fit their audience. After careful research, Rachel then wrote blog articles and short webpages regarding things such as harmful preservatives in food, strategies for healthy eating, and related topics in pop culture and the media.
Much like Rachel's experience with blog post writing, her main other type of writing experience comes in the form of product descriptions. Companies in areas of dentistry, law, plumbing, and home decor have all benefitted from Rachel's writing prowess and ability to convince specific audiences that a product works well and is worth buying. Rachel uses specific and engaging language to tell about a product and the benefits that come from using or buying it.
As long as Rachel has written professionally, she's been researching and writing quality blog posts. Doing as many as 15 600-word blog posts a week, Rachel has had extensive experience in strategizing topics and creating blog posts that increase traffic, are interesting, informative, and thought-provoking.