Technical writing, inbound marketing
Social science, ecology, computers
Honors College Associate
Department Honors in Linguistics
Published dozens of articles on medical topics, ranging from inbound marketing blogs for plastic surgery and cosmetic dermatology offices to relatively detailed technical writing on diseases and pharmaceutical drugs.
No formal education in anatomy or medicine, aside from a course on the human respiratory system and vocal tract, but extensive professional writing experience.
Published several articles through various freelance services on network security, emerging technologies, and SaaS companies. Most significant work has been relating to cryptocurrencies, publishing dozens of articles from both technical and investment perspectives.
Minored in computer science at college, and worked as a software developer for six months before turning towards freelance writing.
Published at least two dozen articles for spas, cosmetic dermatologists, and plastic surgeons. The articles have primary been for inbound marketing, intended to attract web traffic through the strategic use of certain keywords while also educating customers. The articles have covered a wide variety of mostly non-invasive procedures, including Botox, CoolSculpting, microdermabrasion, sclerotherapy, laser hair removal, and many others.
Publish at least 100 articles on a wide variety of topics, for both online and print publications. Online articles have been about evenly divided between inbound marketing and technical pieces. Work for print publications have consisted so far of only "feel-good" lifestyle stories.
Written at least one article nearly every day since beginning to pursue freelance writing full-time.
Published at least two dozen blog posts on a wide variety of topics. Most blogs have been not personal, but rather for businesses to engage with and educate their customers; this is a cornerstone of inbound marketing, which uses a combination of web design focused on SEO and written content that appeals to potential customers.
Published a small number of projects writing some or all of a website's copy. While these projects have accounted for only a small percentage of freelance work completed so far, they have been among the most in-depth and significant, with some of the largest word counts and most rigorous specifications.