Solomon's specialties include both white papers and blog posts. While he writes extremely well in the areas of his expertise, he is also a fast and capable researcher and can turn out even highly technical documents quickly and accurately.
Solomon is an avid reader, occasional photographer and lover of foreign film.
Solomon completed a B.A. in political science at Columbia. His thesis on the Clinton Administration's encryption policy was one of the first Internet-researched papers ever submitted in Columbia's undergraduate Political Science department. He completed additional coursework in Columbia's Economics department, earning a 4.0 in his Economics courses.
Solomon completed a rigorous core and major curriculum at JTS while attending Columbia University at the same time. Given the high number of graduate courses he took as an undergraduate, his studies are roughly equivalent to a stand-alone M.A.
Solomon ghostwrites blog content for commercial real estate agents across North America, training organizations, software companies and private lenders. He also creates content as an award-winning and highly-ranked writer at leading content sites.
Solomon has written a range of product descriptions. Some are simple 10 to 30 word pieces for online catalogs. Others run into hundreds of words and describe extremely complicated and technical products used in IT or in high-tech manufacturing.