Blog posts, web pages, product descriptions, category descriptions, meta data, video scripts, how-tos, listicles
Micah's favorite things to write about are sports, music, food, travel and tech. But he also loves to dive in and learn about things like cars and HVAC, so no topic is off limits!
One of Micah's first clients as a freelance writer was a small auto service shop. For nearly two years, he wrote a few 300-word blog posts each month about various topics. These posts were meant to inform the client's audience, and topics included vehicle maintenance, seasonal vehicle preparation tips, explanations of parts, and troubleshooting tips.
As a millennial, Micah grew up with technology and has always been fascinated by it. At the age of 10, he took up (and subsequently quit) Visual Basic. At 12, he landed his first web development client through Craigslist for $300. No matter where life takes him, Micah plans on integrating technology into his life.
For as long as he can remember, sports have been one of Micah's passions. He's been an avid watcher of the NBA and NFL for 15 years, particularly the Northwest franchises such as the Trail Blazers and Seahawks. In recent years, he's begun branching out to the MLS, MLB, NHL and NCAA.
As a former web development enthusiast, Micah knows all about writing web pages. In fact, he might argue that web page content plays just as large a role in a page's appearance as the actual design of the web page itself. To him, nothing feels better than putting the finishing touches on a web page with carefully crafted content.
Blogs posts are Micah's favorite type of content to write. He's written blog posts for a handful of clients about a wide variety of topics including automotive tips, medical information, school program information, problem/solution product writing, and a host of financial and marketing-related topics.
One of Micah's favorite projects is writing for Spoonacular. In total, he's written over 40 product descriptions for various food-related gift ideas. These products are usually fun, themed kitchen items that require fun writing, so it's right up his alley!