Jared's writing style is versatile and can adapt to suit a brand's tone. but most of his writing experience is in the areas of literary analysis, web copy, and entertainment opinion (album, film, and live show reviews).
Jared is an aspiring web developer and is continually improving his skills and education via online educational materials. In his free time, he enjoys playing Pokemon Go and Hearthstone, watching stand-up comedy, and is a regular listener of podcasts such as The Dollop, Syntax FM, and Hanselminutes. He also stays up to date on current SEO trends by reading articles posted on SEO blogs and websites.
Jared completed his bachelor's degree with a major in English Literature, focusing heavily on literary analysis of prose and poetry ranging from Old English to modern works and every era in between.
Jared has written over 100 pieces of content for defense law firm landing pages, specifically criminal law. Each article required extensive research and averaged between 800 and 1,500 words in length. Examples of topics include drug possession, aggravated assault, and driving while intoxicated.
Jared is comfortable researching and referencing local laws in his content. He has written for lawyers in Texas, Florida, Utah, and New York. He understands the value in providing third-party, reputable resources as a means of offering additional information and boosting the website's domain authority.
Jared has written more than ten articles in this area, including music album reviews, live show reviews, and film reviews. Each review involves thorough research of the source material and, where applicable, interviews for additional insight. Jared aims to provide a balanced evaluation of the source material with as little bias as possible.
Jared is experienced with producing articles averaging between 500 and 1500 words and has been published in both digital and print publications. He also has experience with copy editing and has the ability to submit self-edited content which needs little to no modification. His tone is adaptable and can range from professional, legal-quality writing to more colloquial and conversational, depending on the context.