Ryan M understands that a good writer doesn't just get that way, and one of the most rewarding and immediate ways of growing in your craft is by reading. Ryan reads daily, and tries to tackle a book every week. From nostalgically-tinged young adult novels, to masterful epics, Ryan has found an adoration for the written word and seeing how it plays out in an imaginative story.
Ryan M specializes in writing something that brings emotion, whether that be the purchase of a product or the intrigue for a music band. It is all in an effort to garner a reaction, and he does so through vivid language and an appreciation for the word in business copy, casual blog posts, and long story forms.
Ryan M is a book aficionado, wrapping up a new book just about every week. Ryan M keeps track of all his acquisitions with a list of books he has read and films he has seen. Ryan M is a prominent surfer and adores learning new things in regards to what can be told in a story or non-fiction book.
Ryan graduated in July 2010, with the completion of the degree's ultimate Capstone course. It is a course which develops a full-fledged business, and must be presented to local businessmen in hopes of an actual investment. From this course, and all the ones preceding it, Ryan gained an apt knowledge of business and marketing. He accents this knowledge with his over passion for writing, culminating in a skillful, talented, and knowledgeable base of writing.
Ryan's own blog prominently concerns itself with music, as it is an intense passion of his since he was nine years old digging through his father's crates of albums. When it comes to all topics, Ryan has written in music more than any other. Reviews, how-to guides, biographies, interviews, and ranking topics make up the bulk of Ryan's repertoire in the industry.
Ryan has self-published three of his own novels and in doing so, gained a peculiar expertise on the topic. Ryan has touched on about 200 topics in publishing, particularly in ebook publishing and music publishing.
One of Ryan's main topics in dealing with paid content was writing marketing and SEO-driven articles for SEO companies. Though it was not the most preferred topic of choice, Ryan managed to consistently take a new approach to the idea of SEO through a wide run of various content mills, as well as toching on the topic himself on his blog due to the sheer knowledge he had obtained in writing about it for so long.
Ryan M's greatest accomplishment in business is the two ebooks he has written about the topic. One ebook in particular ended up at 210 pages, and each chapter detailed how to start a certain business with $100. The other ebook was about marketing a small business, and gathered about ten-thousand sales once sold to the client I wrote it for.
Ryan also ran a Clothing line business from 2009-2012 only to buy-out and establish his freelance writing business and career.
Ryan has written about technology and various evolutions of technology on his website, as well as for a whole slew of clients throughout the last 16 months.
Ryan's designing expertise is focused around Photoshop CS4, web design, blogging themes, and being able to explain, in competent detail, how to design something enthralling and intriguing. But it is not just how to use these features, but what makes something a quality design- and how to portray a certain aesthetic and brand image through the design choices used.
With over 300 plog posts on his own website in the last year and a half, another 400 written for specific clients since 2011, and about 800 blog posts under his belt for content mills, Ryan has established himself as a chameleon on the blog network.
Ryan has written a handful of ebooks on technical aspects of marketing, design, and video editing, among others. this type of content relies on being able to explain often intricate steps and attributes in an approachable and wise manner. Ryan has established a record with 2-3 clients who require technical data that is reserved for niches.
Beyond just writing a handful of books on his own, Ryan has written quite a few books for clients. Most of these are non-fiction, particularly in the areas of marketing and business. Ryan has written three fiction novels on his own, and wrote an especially intriguing book on how to start a business which was formerly published for mass distribution to book retailers.
Ryan juggles multiple Twitter accounts and feeds for various clients who are interested in outsourcing their accounts for the sake of time management