Types of Writing: Articles, blog posts, research, informative and authoritative articles, legal, how to
Subject: legal, family law, bankruptcy, civil law, personal injury, contract law, criminal law, automotive, vehicle repair, car repair, truck repair, recreational vehicles, motor homes, campers, dogs, cats, birds, pets, food, cooking, culinary arts, real estate, travel, mortgages, savings, prepping
Dogs, drag racing, family law, legal, gardening, wood carving, building
Focused on the job of a paralegal, legal research (the old fashioned way), real estate.
Cheryl has completed many marketing projects for online businesses including landing pages, web pages, product descriptions and other online content. She has written SEO pieces and pieces that were designed to capture the audience's attention for attorneys, plumbers, flooring companies, pet-related companies, home and garden, real estate and automotive.
Cheryl has written hundreds of "how to" automotive articles for various content sites. She has also written about specific topics such as the importance of choosing the proper tire, tire care, engine care and other general-type articles.
Cheryl's automotive experience is hands-on: She owned and operated an auto repair shop with her husband DonB. She worked on most types of cars and light trucks. Most of her work entailed drivability and engine repair from oil changes to engine rebuilding. Cheryl's first engine rebuild was the 350 c.i. engine on her 1972 Nova. When the engine was done, it was bored and stroked and sported a 6:71 Weiand Supercharger with two .465 racing carburetors.
Cheryl works as an independent paralegal for attorneys and individuals who need help filing divorce pleadings. She drafts pleadings and correspondence for attorney clients. She has written many articles for various sites, blogged and wrote feature articles. Her specialties are family law and bankruptcy, but she also has experience working on criminal, personal injury, civil and contract cases.
Cheryl has written many articles for different clients on all types of outdoor activities, including plants, landscaping, decks, sheds, ATVs, UTVs, recreational vehicles, hunting and fishing. Cheryl has also written several camping and survival articles. Her hands-on experience includes riding ATVs, UTVs, tent camping, RV camping, hiking, fishing and hunting.
Cheryl writes home living articles and blog posts for various industries, including the real estate industry. Real estate agents and builders often request home living posts for their blogs, including describing decor for the various home styles (Craftsman, ranch, etc...).
Cheryl is a paralegal who has worked on real estate contracts and lawsuits. She also worked with a developer to sell condo units. Cheryl has written many articles, blog posts and web pages for real estate agents and understands the buying, selling and the closing processes.
Cheryl has written several webpages, articles and blog post for the construction industry. While she does not have commercial hands-on experience in building, she has used saws, sanders and other tools used in the construction industry and understands the basics of building and remodeling.
Cheryl writes business articles and blog posts on topics such as setting up an office, setting up a business, employee retention, benefits of employee bonuses, and more.
Cheryl's experience ranges from working in general offices, legal offices, and office management. Before her husband retired from his auto technician business, she ran the office, including employee management, customer service and management, and inventory control.
Cheryl worked in commercial kitchens, including the Sheraton, Corkey's Italian Restaurant, Pratt & Whitney, and nursing homes before she went into the legal field. She worked the "cold line," where she made salads and appetizers, the "hot line" where she prepared main lunch and dinner courses, and the grill where she cooked orders in a cafeteria setting.
Cheryl also enjoys cooking at home, including trying new recipes and creating her own recipes.
Cheryl uses her research skills to write health articles, blog posts and webpages. Any experience she has in the health field is only from being a caretaker for several years. Her experience lies in dealing with the veterans' affairs hospital and the veterans' affairs disability process. Most of her medical posts are for blogs or things she finds interest in and researches for herself.
Cheryl has written quite a few articles on dogs and birds for a number of sites. She is familiar with different types of diets, including but not limited to no-grain diets, the raw diet and BARF. Cheryl also has hands-on experience in caring for dogs with environmental allergies and dogs who have an intolerance to certain foods.
Cheryl uses her research skills to write medical articles, blog posts and webpages. Any experience she has in the medical field is only from being a caretaker for several years. Her experience lies in dealing with the veterans' affairs hospital and the veterans' affairs disability process. Most of her medical posts are for blogs or things she finds interest in and researches for herself.
Cheryl's experience in the food industry includes work in commercial kitchens such as the Sheraton at Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, Connecticut, and as a line cook in an upscale Italian restaurant. In both places, Cheryl worked as a line cook, but also helped in other areas of the kitchen, including the bakery and food prep.
Cheryl enjoys creating new recipes and though she hasn't worked in the food service industry for many years, keeps her skills up at home and when she entertains.
Cheryl's writing experience includes recipe articles and articles about food prep, food care and kitchen skills.
Cheryl has done many articles for different sites on certain gardening topics. She has seven acres and is constantly working on landscaping, hardscaping and clearing the brush from the wooded acreage so she has room for more projects.
Cheryl writes blogs and articles about saving money, financing, and other topics related to money. Her experience comes from owning and operating a business, the legal arena and a lot of common sense.
Cheryl currently writes blog posts for attorneys and content sites, including Writer Access. She understands the need for the perfect balance of SEO in each blog post. She also understands that most blogs need some type of call to action and writes proper calls to action for each blog post. She also realizes that some bloggers prefer not to add a call to action, and ensures that the blog posts cover the topic as completely as possible for the required length.
Cheryl has been writing online content since 2007. Whether for SEO content or marketing content without SEO, she writes accurate and relevant articles to help entice consumers to your business website. She writes in several fields, including attorneys, real estate agents, dealerships, auto repair shops and several other types of service providers.
Cheryl has completed thousands of web pages for clients, including informational pages and landing pages. Her clients include family law attorneys, contract attorneys, criminal law attorneys, bankruptcy law attorneys, estates and trusts attorneys, carpenters, doctors, plumbers, car dealerships, truck dealerships, motorcycle dealerships, RV dealerships and other recreational vehicle dealerships.
Cheryl writes media content that brings clients to your brand. She has a background in customer service in the automotive and legal sectors. She also owns and manages several social media groups, including a local group where she interacts with businesses and residents. Cheryl uses her customer service experience in developing engaging copy.
In addition to standard copywriting, she is proficient with the nuances of social media, including acronyms, emojis and hashtags. She also has an excellent understanding of SEO.
Cheryl has extensive experience in writing authoritative content in the legal industry. Her experience lies in researching and writing points of law, formatted as pleadings and white papers. She ports that experience over to writing in other industries, including the medical industry.
Cheryl understands the difference between an authoritative reference and uses references such as case law, statutes, legal papers, medical journals and other articles and books written by industry professionals to make her point. She will document her findings via footnotes or endnotes as per your preference.
Cheryl has published three non-fiction e-books and is in the process of writing another e-book. She has also published a short story fiction e-book. She writes about things that she enjoys, including family law and home and gardening.