* Social sciences
* Building and manufacturing niches
* Consumer finance
* SEO (search engine optimization) techniques in website structure and basic link profile building
* Establishing a solid freelance writing career
* Researching all the interesting topics that her work presents her with
* Book marketing and genre novels
Liz completed a four-year writing and publication degree with a focus on syntactic grammar and prose fiction. She also minored in cognitive psychology and pursued volunteer opportunities to promote literacy in north Georgia.
Over the past year, Liz noticed that her interest in SEO and link building would be an asset to any writer of these in-demand topics of web copy. Researching the many topics that fall under the umbrella of search marketing has served her as a boundless source of inspiration and interesting project ideas. Her particular areas of focus have included SEO, SEM, website structure, link building/research, and the principles of content writing.
Health-related writing has been one of the more formally-styled categories of Liz's writing experience. She has brought authoritative and professional content to businesses offering bone density scans, health and disability insurance, tobacco use-related screenings, and assisted living arrangements for seniors and the disabled.
As a transcriptionist in the asset management industry, Liz has been busy picking up common industry terms, procedural information, and investment advice straight from financial advisors. She puts this experience to work in her budding freelance career, crafting web content that helps consumers inform their economic decisions.
All of Liz's more casual-toned work has involved providing blog content to small business owners. These pieces run the gamut of niches, from HVAC repair to high-end jewelry design, and on over the rainbow. Her authoritative works can be considered articles, and are thus not included in this category.
Liz's articles have been authoritative pieces that covered healthcare news and offerings, vacation options for families with small children, consumer finance, and a host of other industries and topics. Articles are usually more formal than blog posts, are usually written in a less familiar POV, and contain more in-depth reporting and factual analysis.