Solomon's skills were honed at New York's Columbia University. Completing a traditional liberal arts curriculum and earning a cum laude degree, he learned to write and, more importantly, to research and analyze. These skills enable him to not only craft copy within his areas of expertise but also to create fresh written material in any area, bringing both a honed craft and an outsider's eye and perspective.
Solomon's first content creation project was as a senior technologist for one of the world's first online graduate degree programs. From that experience, he built a practice designing web sites for not-for-profit organizations and small businesses clustered around the New York metropolitan area. Solomon was doing SEO for these sites before the industry called it SEO.
From that position, he transitioned into the Investment Real Estate business where he both served as a broker of small office properties and as the manager of a midwestern office for a large national brokerage. While doing approximately $1.3 billion worth of transactions, he wrote articles under his own byline for both his own clients and for local and industry newspapers.
Solomon is now bringing his considerable experience in two key industries -- technology and financial services -- to writing. He enjoys working with clients and using his own knowledge and research skills to craft useful, on-topic content that doesn't just score high with search engines. Ultimately, his goal is to help you score with your customers and prospects.