Pamela P
Writer #53279
Joined 10/23/2020
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Market research analyst by training with writing experience across several industries including the arts, education, media, consumer products, and social science.

More specifically, this experience includes but is not limited to academic writing (e.g., papers, presentations, and abstracts), general writing (e.g., blogs, posts, website pages, social media platforms), business writing (e.g., business reports, surveys, marketing materials, presentations) and creative writing (e.g., book critiques, art critiques, fiction/non fiction).

Additionally, this writer offers informal writing services covering topics in the fitness and nutrition industries.
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Article
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Marketing
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Specialties

The arts, education, media, consumer products, and social science

Interests

The arts, education, social science, market research, fitness and nutrition

Education

Florida International University

Travel

10 Projects Completed

Having traveled to more than 200 countries, this writer has garnered useful knowledge for future travelers that is relevant to preparing for a great vacation or a permanent migration experience. This content includes advice on securing the best prices for airfare, finding the right accommodations based on preferences and budget, identifying safe and reliable transportation and finding "things to do" outside of the most popular, touristic sites. Additionally, useful content has also been developed on getting the most accurate information on the job market (before migration), advantages and disadvantages of securing a job overseas before migration and how to apply for a relevant visa.

Marketing

6 Projects Completed

Content created has been used for formal presentations for sales departments as well as C-level executives. At the heart of this type of work is storytelling in business where through research it is understood what the public's perceptions are about a product and what the anticipated changes to this product might be if they come to fruition.

Presentation

33 Projects Completed

This type of content was created for presentations relevant to social science and market research. Generally, this type of presentations outline the purpose of the research, methods, research findings and their relevance to business goals.

Facebook Post

12 Projects Completed

Content was created to advertise social science research studies for which participants were being recruited. The different steps included identifying the target age groups, selecting images and design patters most appealing to the target age groups, researching appropriate incentives, and relying on the correct tone to create excitement and curiosity about participation.

Product Description

10 Projects Completed

Content was created for the consumer products space for digital platforms in which product features were advertised. Features included physical description (e.g., weight, dimensions, etc.), tech features or capabilities, durability, and additional relevant resources.

Brochure

9 Projects Completed

Content was geared specifically toward kidney transplant recipients and was educational and instructional in nature. It detailed when it is advisable to get tested for the APOL-1 gene and what the possible outcomes are as a result of being tested prior and after transplant surgery.

Advertisement

8 Projects Completed

Content was created to advertise consumer products within the small domestic appliances space. Specifically, advertisements for pressure cookers, portable water bottles, and energy drinks were developed along with key art and images.

Article

4 Projects Completed

The articles I have experience writing are geared toward technical and non technical audiences. The specific topics I have written on are education, technology, social science, and consumer products.

Grant

4 Projects Completed

Content was created for National Science Foundation Grants in the Social Sciences. The topic was voluntary false confessions among adolescents. This proposal involved background on the topic, study parameters, intellectual merits of the research as well as impact of this research on society at large.

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