Nutrition, cardiovascular fitness, body composition and muscle building, general wellness, personal finance, small business marketing, real estate investment.
Sean writes on topics he explores out of personal interest. As a result, his interests match his writing specialties (listed above).
Bachelors degree in Finance with concentration in institutional finance. Graduated Cum Laud in the class of 2012.
Sean has extensive experience writing articles and sales materials for companies that sell various types of health offers. Projects have included short blog posts, 3,000 word authority articles, lead generation reports, full-length sales pages, and more. Working on both the content and marketing sides of the health industry has made Sean a highly flexible health writer.
Since Sean writes marketing materials including email newsletters, direct sales pages, and display advertisements, he brings a unique perspective to articles about marketing. Common content topics written for clients include helping the end users save money, get better results, or enjoy greater satisfaction from their purchases.
Sean has a Bachelors degree in Finance and can speak with authority on topics related to personal financial management, stock and bond investments, expected returns, risk and volatility, retirement planning, and related subjects. Sean is an individual passive folio, with prior experience trading a small stock portfolio on intraday timeframes. Sean has also written for asset lenders and other small to medium-sized financial clients.
Articles include lengthy how to guides as well as short, regular blog posts. All articles are written to achieve some end, which is usually building authority and value with the audience, or encouraging them to take a small step with the client. Sean's result focused philosophy on article development ensures that every article contribute to the business in a meaningful way.
Sean's typical email assignments include newsletters and autoresponder series. Sean can write from voices that range from casual and friend-like in tone, to corporate, professional, and unmistakably authoritative. Email content is written strategically as it covers a long term, multiple engagement readership cycle.