Deborah specializes in writing articles, blog posts, reviews, product descriptions and how-to guides.
Deborah enjoys reading a variety of books, including suspense/thriller, mainstream, self-help, and computer books. Her other interests include watching movies, testing software for her Mac, and building websites.
Deborah received her diploma in web content. This course taught her how to write for the web. Several topics were covered, such as how to know your audience, how to create attention grabbing headlines, how to write summaries, and more.
Deborah earned her certificate from Damn Fine Words, which focused on writing blog posts and articles.
Deborah has written hundreds of product descriptions for several clients both inside and outside of WriterAccess. These descriptions were written for a wide variety of industries including consumer goods, vacation venues and software. She pays close attention to the client brief and has written in different styles to suit her clients’ needs.
Deborah has written a variety of reviews primarily for Mac software, although she has written some comparison articles on PC software. These reviews were articles written for content sites as well as her personal blog.
Some of the brand names included Dragon Naturally Speaking, Omni Outliner, MacGourmet, Merlin Project Management software for the Mac, MacFamilyTree, Jewel Quest, Trend Micro Smart Surf for the Mac, and more.
With Trend Micro Smart Surf, Deborah was given the trial download for the software so that she could test it out and give it a thorough review. This was a consignment article for BrightHub.com.
These articles appeared on Associated Content (now Yahoo! Voice). These assignments involved writing reviews of her city's restaurants. Deborah covered the location of the restaurant, the quality of the food and service, the price, and the dress code.
Some of the restaurants she covered included La Fondue in Saratoga, El Burro Mexican Restaurant in Campbell, Pearl River Chinese Restaurant in San Jose, High Five Restaurant in San Jose, and others. Deborah was required to write three articles per month while working for Associated Content. She also wrote a variety of recipe articles for this site and a now defunct cooking blog.
Deborah wrote the majority of the gaming articles for Associated Content. These were reviews that she had written for Mac and Nintendo Wii video games. She posted some of these articles to her personal blog because they were word games that writers could enjoy.
Some of the articles included Bejeweled 3, Chicken Invaders, Your Shape (a Wii fitness game with Jenny McCarthy), Super Collapse 3 for Mac, Play Station Move, and others.
These reviews included visual snapshots, the object of game, the different gameplay levels, how easy or hard it was to play, and her overall opinion of the game.
Deborah has written a wide variety of product descriptions for various clients on WA and elsewhere since 2013. Categories include clothing, sporting goods, automotive, toys, food, books, vacation venues and more. She has also written product category descriptions that highlight the products that her clients have sold.
Deborah has written numerous articles for a variety of clients and on a broad variety of topics. These include medical, travel, employment, education, Internet, software, computer, and others.
Deborah wrote 3-5 articles per week for two blogs, covering the topics of cooking gadgets and the paranormal. These required her to research the web to find material that would help her write her articles. The paranormal blog enjoyed success when she wrote about a popular event that was to occur at a well known haunted sanatorium. She also started a blog that covered the topic of self-publishing.
Deborah has written for small to major online retailers, writing content that describes the features of a wide variety of products. These include fashion, food, electronics, sporting goods, automotive, software, toys and more. She is experienced with SEO practices and utilizes the keywords that her clients provide. She writes the descriptions to fit her clients’ brand.