Specialties include fitness, investing, finance, marketing, real estate, law, travel, product descriptions and sales collateral. His in-depth analysis of stocks and exchange-traded funds enabled him to write the first-ever graduate-level curriculum on ETFs for Rutgers University.
Kevin has a keen interest in marketing, publicity, content writing, and all things financial. He has also written travel pieces for Expedia.com and was a contributing editor at Pet Age Magazine. He has written about entertainment for the New York Daily News, Music Row Magazine, the Los Angeles Musepaper and the Examiner. He writes for the medical community at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Kevin achieved a 4.0 grade point average
Kevin has written for the top financial outlets and business institutions, including The Motley Fool, Investopedia, John Hancock, Cigna, Prudential, Zacks Investment Research and Bank of America. His content has appeared more than 3,000 times in blogs, websites, print publications and white papers.
Kevin has written for all types of companies, including small businesses, mid-sized firms, and large corporations. His analysis of the world's top technology companies has appeared in Investopedia, and his articles on financing, cash flow, and inventory management for small businesses have appeared in The Houston Chronicle.
Kevin has written articles for hundreds of companies, websites, and marketing firms. Subjects have ranged from "Arranging Care for Your Pet When You're Gone" to trends in the oil market, stock analysis, evaluating insurance coverage, marketing tips, sales training, finance and the features of a major event venue in Australia. In short, his articles have covered a wide range of topics that have satisfied thousands of clients.
Kevin has written blog posts about leadership, marketing, sales, stock analysis, insurance, recording artists, and effective management, to give a few examples. His work has appeared online more than a thousand times.
Kevin has written hundreds of product descriptions. These include both physical products and services.