Travel writing, blogging, research (statistical and topical), creative writing, AAA writing style
Carlo’s interests include energetic and agricultural sustainability, decision audits coupled with organizational mapping, antique automobiles, new motorcycles, sailing, and start-ups. Much of his free time and cognitive ability is applied to preparing back-end platforms for soon-to-launch businesses.
Throughout his college career, unless occupied with field research, Carlo generally worked 35 to 40 hours a week over the time he spent focused on his full course load. He continually maintained his status on the Dean’s List during his Bachelor’s, and received 5 teaching assistantship awards during his Master’s. Concurrently, he rose from Crew Chief to Operation Director, and then from Operation Director to Site Director for Proyecto Rio Verde (2009-2013).
During pursuit of his Master's Degree, Carlo worked closely with Dr. Sarah Barber of UCF, Dr. Arion Mayes of San Diego State University, and Dr. Arthur Joyce of University of Colorado at Boulder. Research, management, and writing skills were expanded with fieldwork, school projects, and in the lab.
Familiarity with several corporate structures has led to a familiarity and interest in processes and procedures. This can be usefully applied to the promotion of new organizational or structural models, such as incentive programs or Quality Assurance processes, respectively. Dissemination can be internal or external, that contextual characteristic greatly influences the product.
Carlo’s experience lies with Windows and Linux operating systems. He enjoys applying new software to old software in complementary and creative ways, especially for unique projects or to resolve new problems. He also enjoys learning programming languages.
Carlo has torn apart and reconfigured several military vehicle types after decommission. During this time period, he spent weekends assisting with the re-fabrication and repair of classic car bodies. Writing about tools, products, and new technologies only abets his undying curiosity and willingness to learn. It’s a win-win.
Articles allow for attention grabbing and authority gaining tactics, simultaneously. Moreover, they can, and almost always, provide both the client and publisher with the latest market or academic trends. Other new, key information often comes to light also. Carlo finds this work invaluable.
If clients have signed up to receive a newsletter, they must, logically, be interested in your project’s milestones or direction. Carlo bridges the gap between trained staff and the wider audience. A communicative experience can become transmuted into user experience. If it isn’t, your information isn’t being channeled properly, or clients aren’t receiving the information in a palpable way. Let’s find what can make it relevant.
Facebook keeps a thumb on the pulse of Social Media Marketing. It’s no longer enough to speedily invent relevant posts, full use of their other tools has also become required. Tools like the Facebook business page must be addressed with SEO principals and marketing strategy. Carlo can help.