Real Estate Listings, Resume Development, Academic Writing, Editing, Copy Writing, World Building, Creative Writing (Short Stories).
World Building, Video and Board Games (i.e. Mass Effect, D&D, Dominion), Short Fiction, Web Development and Computer Science, Academic Writing (Essays and Editing).
Ben began college in business school, but transitioned into English to pursue his true passion. During his undergrad career, he worked for the school newspaper as a sports writer, swam competitively on the club team, and developed a keen interest in world building and academic writing. He completed his bachelors with a 3.5 GPA.
Ben entered his Masters with the intent of teaching high school upon its completion. During his studies, he focused on literature that challenged social norms, focused on "the other," and highlighted various teaching philosophies. He graduated with a 3.75 GPA, and has since decided to write-full time and put teaching on the back-burner.
Ben worked as a Property Listing Coordinator and Marketing Coordinator for a single-family home leasing company. A prolific amount of romance paragraphs were developed over a year and a half, along with blog posts, brand content, and website copy.
Ben has worked with several marketing firms to help deliver quality content for various clients, including mattress companies, health groups, and self-help experts. This work included blogs, personal bios, and website copy.
Outside of his own experience within the academic field, Ben has helped students with resumes, research, keystone projects, and academic essays. Beyond this, he has developed instructional materials for students as guidelines to help their own writing processes.
Ben has worked on blog posts for several years now, as they bleed into most every writing relationship he's had. He's written blogs for many different industries, with some examples including dancing instruction, home safety tips, home technology, real estate trends, sleep habits, bed technology, insurance, and financial trends.
Ben's first foray into freelancing involved content writing for a small-business's website. Since that first web page, he has developed content over the years for many different websites, including his own. In the corporate world, he wrote web page copy on a weekly basis, and has had countless amounts of texts published online.
Ben's first time writing direct mail was for a small business owner down in Florida looking to market via an email blast. Since then, most of his experience with direct mail has been in the corporate sector, where he wrote countless internal and external communications, from emails to personal letters, to mass marketing campaigns for specific clientele lists.