Mark specializes in writing marketing documents for technology companies.
Mark is a member of the Independent Communicator's Alliance in Raleigh, NC. His interests include cooking, nutrition, personal finance, the outdoors, and pet care.
As part of his master's degree in technical communication, Mark D. studied advanced concepts of technical and scientific communication.
Mark's studies in English Language, Writing and Rhetoric focused on the essential tools of writing, communication, presentation and persuasion.
Mark's studies in Spanish Language and Literature focused on the key principles of communication in the Spanish language, as well as great works of literature from Spain and Latin America.
Mark has worked as a marketing writer at IBM. In that role, he has written marketing content on the complete line of IBM products and services. The content he has produced includes brochures, case studies, data sheets, solution briefs, white papers, and marketing emails. He has written on a variety of high tech subjects, including hardware, software, and technical services.
Mark D. has worked as a marketing writer at IBM. During that time, he has written marketing content for the complete line of IBM software offerings, including WebSphere, Tivoli and Information Management products. He has produced content for a variety of different asset types, including brochures, case studies, data sheets, white papers, and marketing emails.
As a marketing writer at IBM, Mark gained an intimate understanding of the principles of content marketing. He now applies that expertise to create articles and blog posts that discuss important concepts in content marketing, such as offer development, leads generation, and landing page optimization.
Mark has worked as a marketing writer at IBM. During that time, he has written marketing content on various IBM hardware products, including IBM System z and IBM Power Systems. He has produced content for a variety of different asset types, including brochures, case studies, data sheets, white papers, and marketing emails.
Mark has frequently written blog posts on a variety of different topics. The industries he has written blog posts for include technology, software, hardware, marketing, and legal. He understands the importance of producing fresh, interesting content quickly, and is familiar with SEO techniques for blog posts.
Mark has written articles for a variety of different organizations, including Technician, the newspaper of NC State University, the NC State University College of Engineering Communications Department, and the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin. As a result, he has developed the ability to write articles in a variety of different fields, including science, engineering, higher education, and product liability law.
Mark has worked on web pages for businesses operating in a number of different industries. He enjoys helping businesses connect with their customer base with clear, engaging website copy.
Mark has spent over four years as a marketing writer at IBM, where he worked on many multi-touch HTML email marketing campaigns. He is able to convey key messages and gain reader interest using the least amount of words possible. His email copy helps keep readers interested and involved in the sales lifecycle.
During his time as a marketing writer at IBM, Mark has written white papers on a variety of topics, including analytics, e-commerce, hardware, and software. Mark has demonstrated the ability to quickly learn about difficult technical topics, and then communicate those topics in white papers that can be easily understood by IT and line of business audiences alike.
During his time as a marketing writer at IBM, Mark has written brochures on a variety of different topics, including software, hardware, and technical services. Mark's brochure writing has covered a wide range of IBM products and services, including the Vulcan supercomputer, which was the most powerful computer in the world at the time.
During his time as a marketing writer at IBM, Mark has written data sheets on topics including analytics, e-commerce, software, hardware, and technical services. Mark has developed the ability to quickly learn difficult technical information, and then put that information into data sheets that communicate the topic effectively to readers.