Brian's writing specialties are all business content from marketing to strategy and accounting but he also writes prolific amounts of content focused on lifestyle, politics, and tech.
Brian's interests vary from business development to a passion for history. He is currently contemplating a Ph.D. in another passion, economics.
Internet-based marketing and trends are his go-to for business consulting and he frequently explains that Internet marketing strategies need a tremendous overhaul after watching how engagement has changed over the last five years.
Additionally, he loves sports, psychology, investing, the arts, and travel.
And we shouldn't neglect Ben and Jerry's ice cream.
German and history minors
Having an MBA and being a consultant, he has written business articles for my own blogs, business plans, papers, etc. He knows business.
The MBA and finance background have facilitated a multitude of articles on money and investing focused on the retail investor. Most really don't understand how money actually works, so he really works to explain it at a basic level. Also, micro and macroeconomics are things he conveys very well.
As a political science major, he has written on politics for years and published in editorial capacities. As a member for the Committee for Better Banks, he was a featured, first page editorial in the Idaho Statesman.
Brian can take any topic and provide relevant and expertly researched content.
As a marketing consultant, Brian bases all advertisement wording on a new consumer approach and 3 second or less judgement time.
Part of Brian's consulting work is in webpage design / Internet presence. He focuses on elegance and simplicity. His main goal is getting conversion from browsing to a potential customer in under 3 seconds.