David first began writing professionally in college, where he learned the tools needed to inform an audience, including persuasive tone, evidence-based reasoning, and citing sources in an academic manner. Upon beginning work in the SEO fields, he began to create website copy that could attain higher search yields, social media integration, or better click rates. His most recent endeavors include planning, ghostwriting, and publishing entire eBooks.
David is most passionate about three things in life: history, ice hockey, and the history of ice hockey. As such, he spends most of his free time skating around the nearby rinks or deep in a book about the lives and adventures of persons who lived centuries ago. He owns a very beat-up set of Vaughn 7110 pads and his favorite authors include Bernard Cornwell, Robert Harris, Gary Jennings, Steven Pressfield, and James Clavell.
Courses taken include American policy and the Middle East, sports and society, 20th century Russia, ancient Mediterranean, colonial America, and Islamic societies.
Courses taken include world historiography, historical methods, literature of pre-modern and modern Europe, fascism in the 20th century, graduate teaching seminar, and graduate research seminar. Master's thesis titled "An Englishman Cannot Aim: The British Adoption of the Baker Rifle, 1777-1815", successfully defended in committee.
From search-engine optimization to social-media integration to programming to graphic design, David has made a living understanding how the Internet works. He has made content for pages that talked about everything from basic HTML to complex programs that permit better viewership, accessibility, or search functioning.
From pre-school learning to post-graduate education, David has taken a large number of orders on articles with an educational slant. Some education pieces dealt with the futures of certain education, such as the graduation and hiring rates of college students entering into engineering projects, while others dealt with a very specific topic such as science or linguistics.
Whether the game's equipment is gloves, cleats, helmets, or just a ball and a field of grass, one of David's favorite topics is the world of sports. He has written about professionals competing for titles and trophies as well as how to make an amateur run faster or jump higher. Both domestic and foreign sports are part of his expertise.
Though he lacks the six-packs of fashion models, David knows how companies use the imagery of sharp dress and accessories to better promote their products. He has written on topics including product reviews, health and beauty education, press releases, and news from around the world.
From free weights to free running, David knows how to take a pound of fat and turn it into a pound of muscle. He has been writing on topics including personal fitness and nutrition for as long as he has been playing hockey and training in the offseason. When your site wants to convince people how to lose weight or how to get killer abs, he offers the writing experience to make a visitor break a sweat.
David has written extensive topics on global and national finance, incorporating news and politics to provide context for peaks and valleys. In addition, he has written on individual finance, such as the ForEx craze, with a specialty in the merits and advantages of personal investments in precious metals like gold and silver.
David W. has written extensively about the state of contemporary gaming, including the races between triumvirate Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo (as well as Google and Apple) to curb the market. He has written game reviews for new triple-A titles like Diablo 3 as well as in-game strategies for highly competitive online franchises like DOTA 2.
As one of David's most enjoyed topics, he has produced travel articles in abundance. Some are entire landing pages for travel agencies, while others are reviews of individual cities, hotels and hostels, restaurants, and major events or holidays that tourists should not miss. Frequent topics include information for persons living abroad in major foreign cities.
Between reviews of equipment for camping, hiking, or hunting as well as sales pieces of rattan outdoor furniture, David has written for many different outdoorsmen and women. Topics included everything from climbing the best mountains in North America and snowshoeing across the Arctic to installing solar energy panels to light up a backyard walkway.
David's experience with academic grant writing comes from his time in graduate school, where he applied for and was awarded a sum to pursue research overseas. In addition, he has applied for Fulbright scholarship grants as well as cultural enrichment grants for the purposes of analytical research in social fields.