Justine F. focuses on web writing with specialization in the legal field. In 2011, she consulted with a New York law firm to help redesign their website, and was hired again by the firm to design and implement the firm's blog.
Justine F. has also provided public relations services for local clients and in 2010, she wrote and distributed a press release for a client in the medical space which led to a full-feature article in the Providence Journal, as well as a $5,000 donation for the client's startup.
Justine has been quoted as a legal analyst by the Toronto Star in a 2012 article on class action lawsuits in the U.S., and she continues to contribute regularly to web publications in the legal field.
Loves reading books and is always starting or finishing a book on her reading list. Justine also enjoys the art of cooking; and, whenever time and weather permit, she likes to get on her mountain bike.
Graduated with honors from the University of Massachusetts, at Boston, June 1993.
Earned 14 Continuing Education Credits in courses including Writing for the Web, HTML Web Design, and Writing Press Releases.
With over 10 years of experience in the legal space, Justine F. is a veteran content creator on various legal topics and practice areas written for attorney and law firm websites. Content includes articles, blogs, FAQs, video scripts, and news bulletins.
Justine has also edited content published in the New York Law Journal for both the print and digital editions. She collaborates with senior partners, attorneys and paralegals to produce engaging, informative content for B2B and B2C legal clients.
Justine has created content and promotional materials for small business clients in the Caribbean, including creation of a branded newsletter. She has also garnered placements in various niche publications for travel clients via promotional outreach.
Justine F. creates and/or chooses stunning visuals for travel industry clients, and she ensures these assets are properly tagged with metadata for maximum reach and exposure.
Blogger for the Klat Blog Network. In this role, Justine researches and writes weekly blog posts relating to finding employment in the state of Nevada.
This requires writing optimized posts using a journalistic style and methodology that balances information on any given subject. The AP style is used when appropriate.
Blogs are created with attention to key Meta tags and details for blog posts, such as images, tags, and profile.
Justine has written SEO articles and blog posts about medical conditions for an attorney website in the disability practice area.
This required her to research and write on various skin conditions, including adult acne for a holistic website client. In addition, she has extensive knowledge of car crash injuries and has written broadly on the topic of healthcare treatments after a car accident.
Also wrote articles on health and medical subjects that were submitted and accepted to eZines.com for link building.
Wrote optimized articles on candida infections, special dietary needs, such as for diabetics, and adult acne.
This content was for an entrepreneurial, eCommerce client.
Produced web content, principally but not exclusively for Internet marketers. This role required full length articles that positioned the clients as thought leaders while advancing their names in the search engine rankings.
Wrote How-to articles on franchisee financing, and the franchise industry that incorporated long-tail keywords to drive niche traffic to the client's site.
Justine has written content for a law firm that exclusively represents women in the divorce process. Efforts included writing search engine optimized legal articles for a family law practice.
Provided client with well researched, informative and authoritative content that is easily understood by the reader, and that answers specific legal questions in this practice area.
Formats included feature articles, FAQs, posts, and How-to narratives.
Write web-based articles that follow best practices for current search engine algorithms.
Use the "rules of engagement" for publishing material that gets read, shared and promoted. (Hint: the number one rule is Know Your Audience.)
Professional blogger for the Klat Network as well as a ghostwriter on numerous blogs in varied industries.
Justine F. has been writing professionally for 13 years and brings her sustained passion and focus for her craft to each project and every client.
Web page proofing, evaluation, and rewriting services. Bring high-level critiques based on user interface (UI) expertise and certified Internet marketer knowledge and training.
Work with clients seeking web business in order to maximize site opportunities to convert visitors into customers.
PR Assistant for an online university for four years. Interviewed instructors to formulate on-site course descriptions; as well as for press release quotes.
Crafted newsworthy stories in AP press release style that I distributed over wire services for the organization.