computers and technology, programming, web development, web hosting, SEO optimization, business, health and medical, dogs
programming and web development, technology, physical and mental health, sports activities, pets
Studied systems analysis, structured programming, relational database design, database processing, expert systems and distributed systems. Business base of accounting, financial management, and general management. Delta Mu Delta honor society for Business Administration.
Profiled in Quinnipiac Magazine, Winter 2009.
Whether your audience is B2B or B2C, Anne can create content to suit your needs. She writes about computers, technology, business, health, and sometimes intersections of all four. She has also served as a regular columnist for several different publications.
Health and medical concerns are among Anne's favorite topics. She's written about them for Parenting magazine, American Baby, Healthy Woman, Healthy Man, and for numerous other publications and web sites. She also spent several years working as a medical transcriptionist and knows the lingo inside out.
Our furry companions are a favorite topic for Anne M. As author of the book Saved by the Dog and a frequent contributor to the Service Dog Society website, she's written extensively on topics related to dogs and other pets.
Anne writes articles quickly and to specification for a wide variety of publications. She writes for both print and online outlets. Her specialties include computers, business, and health. She's served as a columnist for Contract Professional and Small Business Builder and as a regular contributor to many more publications. Can research and write on virtually any topic.
Taking care to match the style and tone of her clients, Anne writes well-researched, thoughtful blog articles. She's written on many topics, ranging from brief posts of a few hundred words to articles 800-1000 words long. She specializes in technology and health, but can research and write on virtually any topic.
Anne researches and writes white papers for both in-house use and publication to clients and customers, either B2B or B2C. She can write for both technical and nontechnical audiences.
Books include: Saved by the Dog: Unleashing Potential with Psychiatric Service Dogs (2017), Medical Transcription for Dummies (Wiley 2013), Cheap Web Tricks: Build and Promote a Successful Web Site Without Spending a Dime (Osborne 2001), Get Certified And Get Ahead (McGraw-Hill 1998, 1999, 2000), Get Cisco Certified And Get Ahead (McGraw-Hill 7/1999), and Get Linux Certified And Get Ahead (McGraw-Hill 12/1999). Technical editor for Netrepreneur: The Dimensions of Transferring Your Business Model to the Internet (QUE 1998). Contributor to Teach Yourself HTML 4 (IDG Books).