Phil West is adept at handling a vast range of writing projects on myriad topics, capturing and articulating a client's voice while maintaining consistent writing standards. Specialties include blog writing (from topic generation to editing and proofing, with industry-specific work including education, health care, law, and tech), content management (including website copy and online publication writing), and ghostwriting (including op-ed creation and book writing).
Even though Phil West has deeply-seated interests that don't explicitly engage writing, he's most decidedly woven writing into how he approaches those personal passions. His love for music â€” which propelled him to write professionally at the outset of his professional career â€” continues to this day, with his writing often soundtracked by the radio station where he deejayed as a college student eager to educate himself on air. His current love of soccer is amplified by writing for two publications dedicated to knowledgable coverage of the beautiful game â€” Major League Soccer's official website, and The Striker Texas, a subscriber-based site serving fans of Texas' three MLS teams and its USL and NWSL teams.
Phil West has extensively written about education, including article creation and online publication management for a non-profit educational organization, as well as press releases and other written materials for non-profit educational organizations.
Phil West has written extensively on sports for the past decade, most notably his current work with Major League Soccer (for the last five years) and The Striker Texas (for the last year) doing match coverage, features, editing work, and for the latter, columns.
Phil West has written extensively in the e-commerce space, most recently in a role as a regular contributor for The Daily Dot's e-commerce division, writing on streaming services and channels.
Phil West has written numerous articles from a wide array of publications dating back to the Seattle Times in 1988 while still a teenager, and currently writes for Major League Soccer and The Striker Texas (both focused on soccer) and NHIMagazine.com (the online magazine for the National Hispanic Institute, which Phil manages).