Tom enjoys writing in a conversational style, as well as a journalistic style. Also, possessing advanced research skills, he is adept at creating original content that is interesting and captivating to the reader.
Tom enjoys his personal downtime and looks forward to simply relaxing and spending time with his family. He uses this time to recharge, so to speak, to prepare for the coming challenges and opportunities that are coming his way!
The Graphic Design program at Stevens-Henager College is fast-paced and requires a high level of activity and participation at all times. The curriculum consists of learning the Adobe Creative Suite of Programs, namely, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Flash, and Bridge.
Tom achieved President's List status three times, and was on the Honor Roll for every quarter while attending. His final GPA was 3.81. Tom graduated in September 2012, Magna Cum Laude.
Having worked in the Internet Marketing business for the past five years, Tom has grown to enjoy writing unique content for websites. He has gained much experience in the "art" of keyword research and the ever-changing SEO techniques and strategies.
Tom has been building websites for years with the intent of maximizing traffic to each of them through content marketing. As such, much of that work focuses on niches that are emerging and deserve attention.
As an experienced webmaster himself, Tom has written several articles on the subject of SEO and the necessary steps to produce quality, Google acceptable content. Additionally, Tom is knowledgeable about acceptable SEO strategies to help websites improve their placement in the search engine results pages.
Blogging is rapidly becoming the norm for many Internet marketers. Blogging is used as a means to persuade visitors to buy a particular product, inform the reader about a specific topic, or to provide general information that tends to entice the reader to "read more". The ability to persuade and inform is important because most blog posts will attempt to do one or the other, but rarely both. The posts that Tom has written are purposely written to inform first, and persuade second.