My specialties include business and cloud software trends, B2B, CRM software, politics, social issues, literature, creative writing, food, photography, and education.
I'm interested in literature and creative writing, politics, social justice, political activism, B2B cloud software, technology, photography, food, nature, and fitness.
Nick studied English during his undergrad at Queens College, taking numerous survey courses, such as British Lit, American Lit, and Post Colonial lit, while also taking creative writing courses like fiction, poetry, and nonfiction workshop.
Nick graduated from Queens College in May 2017 with his MFA in creative writing. He focused, specifically, on fiction writing. His thesis was the start of a novel about a young man who moves to Sunset Park, Brooklyn from Long Island and learns to overcome the loneliness of New York City by rallying his neighborhood together after a shooting.
Nick wrote numerous articles for GetVoIP over the course of a year and a half. Here's a quick sample from one of his articles published on Zendesk's blog:
Here, I wrote about a significant current business trend: customer journey mapping, and how it's already being used in a number of industries.
Nick wrote this article about Twilio's messaging API for GetVoIP, which was published on their blog:
Here's a writing sample from Nick's thesis titled "Parrots in Brooklyn," as the protagonist, David, insists he and his girlfriend ride in the first car of the subway:
Nick has been managing a blog on WordPress for five years. Here's a sample from one of his weekly posts:
Nick reworded numerous press releases at GetVoIP when news related to what we covered was announced. Here's one example.