Doreen offers expertly sourced articles on a variety of topics but like most writers, has specific niches where she performs best. Specifically, Doreen performs best with work in the legal, business and financial markets since this is what she knows best. Other work is done on a case-by-case basis so feel free to reach out if you believe you have something that is suitable.
Business: If you are looking for business articles focused on self-employment, work at home issues, business law issues or HR issues, Doreen is the right candidate. Doreen has written extensively about and for small and medium sized businesses and has a firm understanding of the issues they face.
Legal: During the past 15 years, Doreen M has written more than 2,000 pages of legal content. Her portfolio includes legal blog posts, website content and newsletter content. Doreen has a unique ability to capture the most recent changes in law ensuring the information put on your website or blog is accurate and up-to-date. Since Doreen is a Paralegal she has a comprehensive understanding of the legal ramifications of law-related website and blog content.
Doreen was previously an active writer for Internet Brands, and during that time honed her legal writing skills. Thanks to Internet Brands and her willingness to learn, she learned how to manage SEO content for legal websites. Doreen's legal clients trust her to provide high quality work, often sending her orders to completely revamp a website.
Financial: Doreen M worked for more than 20 years in the financial services industry. During that time she processed residential mortgages, accounts receivable financing, commercial mortgages and preparation of business plans. In addition, she spent more than five years working in the offshore accounting division of a large mutual fund company where she had the ability to expand her extensive knowledge of the stock market.
Doreen provides content that is easily digestible. She has a solid understanding of how to break down complicated financial, legal and business terms in order to be more "user friendly" for the average Internet reader.