Scott B. primarily writes on topics in the following fields:
*personal finance and investing
*small business finance
*colleges and universities
Scott writes white papers, reports and ebooks, as well as blog posts, articles and press releases.
Scott has a passion for coffee. He has spent eight years serving up cappuccinos and espressos as a barista. Now, Scott roasts his own coffee, which he enjoys sipping as he writes -- often on coffee.
Scott completed his freshman-level courses in the natural sciences at Syracuse University. He finished two semesters of Chemistry, Biology and Physics.
Scott spent one year at the University of Rochester, during which time he studied Chemistry as a pre-med student. He also become a certified emergency medical technician (EMT) while he was here.
This undergraduate program included studies in both the Old and New Testaments, as well as Systematic Theology, Practical Theology, Hermeneutics and Homeletics. While completing the degree program, Scott also completed a pastoral internship.
This four-year master's program included study in Greek and Hebrew, Systematic Theology, Biblical Theology, Practical Theology, Ethics and other fields. In the final year of the program, Scott completed a discourse analysis of the Hebrew in 2 Samuel, studied Jane Austen's writings and submitted a proposal for a novel. The program also included a 400-hour pastoral internship.
From blog posts and articles to whitepapers, reports and ebooks, Scott B. has provided all types of marketing collateral for insurance companies and agencies. Much of his writing focuses on nuances within insurance policies, such as how credit scores affect premiums and which insurance policies non-profit organizations should have. Scott has covered many different types of insurance, including auto, homeowners, liability, life, health, commercial and others.
Scott B. draws on his personal experience as an entrepreneur when completing business-related orders. Scott successfully started and ran a used-book dealership for several years, which he eventually sold to a competitor. He is familiar with the steps required to start and maintain a small business, and he's used his knowledge to create over 250 blog posts, articles and white papers on topics such as raising startup capital, managing employees and developing employee benefit plans.
Scott B. specializes in coffee, which he both loves to drink and write about. With eight years of experience working as a barista and a love for roasting his own coffee, Scott brings a passion and familiarity to his coffee-related writings that sets him apart. He's written hundreds of blog posts for cafes and roasters, and has composed a feature story on coffee for an African magazine.
In addition to writing on coffee, Scott B. has also served as a consultant for two cafes and two restaurants.
Scott B. spent a total of seven years working in medical settings, four at a doctor's office and three as a certified EMT. His experience in the field, Scott B. is able to craft medical marketing collateral that speaks both to providers and patients. He has composed hundreds of blog posts, articles, web pages and white papers for both doctor's offices and hospitals.
Scott B. has written extensively on both personal and small business finances. His seminal projects have been a 20,000-word course on mutual fund investing and a 13,500-word white paper on ways small business owners can save for retirement. In addition to these, Scott has written hundreds of blog posts and articles on everything from budgeting to using tax shelters.
Scott B. has composed thousands of blog posts on a diverse array of topics. He's the primary blogger for several companies, which range from small startups to established businesses with hundreds of employees. In addition to writing single blogs, he's also composed hundreds of series on financial, business, medical and other topics.
Scott B. has written thousands of articles on a range of topics for both corporate and professional clients. He's written on personal finance, business security, management practices, medical treatments and more. Scott provides concise, well-researched articles, and he's able to adjust the tone and style as necessary.
Scott B. has worked with companies, nonprofit organizations an professionals to develop more than 100 white papers. Most of these have focused on financial, business and medical topics, although he has also researched other areas. Scott understands that these longer pieces can require close collaboration, and he is happy to work with clients throughout the entire process.