Dani's main areas of expertise are technology and travel. Since beginning her freelancing career, she has contributed content to companies such as Expedia, T-Mobile, and Oracle, providing them with high-quality, SEO-driven content that is both informative and shareable.
She has since extended her creative reach to writing articles, blog posts, and press releases about marketing, home and garden, plumbing, real estate, and legal, as well as SEO-focused content, all of which have been well-received by her clients.
Dani's greatest love is travel (she hopes to do more of it one day!). Music, food, literature, video games, and animals follow closely behind.
Dani is a graduate of Southeastern Oklahoma State University where she studied English and journalism, and she worked as a staff writer for the university newspaper.
Computer technology is sometimes a difficult topic to navigate, but Dani prides herself in her ability to break even the most complicated tech jargon down into easily digestible information that just about anyone can understand.
She writes about the IT profession, coding and development, hardware and software reviews, how-to guides, and advice columns all revolving around high tech topics.
After discovering the ease of computer building, Dani became obsessed with electronic tinkering and all things tech. Now, she writes extensively about software development and computers, with the occasional how-to guide for component selection. She also writes regularly about mobile technology trends such as wearable tech, smartphones, and software development.
Dani has written numerous entertainment reviews for newspapers and websites, and has even won awards for her work. She primarily publishes movie reviews, but also writes about music, books, electronics and video games.
Having grown up surrounded by animals, Dani's passion for pets has carried over into her writing career. She has written and sold the rights to numerous pet-related articles, usually focused on pet health and pet care. She also enjoys writing dog breed and training guides.
Dani has written and sold the rights to dozens of health and fitness related articles, from "how to" guides to diet reviews and nutritional guides.
Nutrition is an important part of Dani's everyday life, so it has translated well into her freelancing career. She writes regularly about clean eating and new trends in superfoods, adding her own personal experience or insight when allowed.
Dani has contributed articles to Expedia, Hipmunk, and Gogobot. She enjoys writing about the quirkier aspects of travel destinations in the hopes of inspiring fellow explorers to seek out unconventional experiences on their journeys.
Having participated in multiple closed Beta events for games such as World of Warcraft, Guild Wars 2 and Elder Scrolls Online, Dani has developed a keen eye for detail in video games, especially MMORPGs.She has also written more in-depth pieces about video game addiction and the sometimes mob-like mentality of online gaming communities.
Dani writes regularly about various topics related to parenting, marriage, relationships, and family. She has mostly focused on parenting-related articles, emphasizing the education and engagement of young children.
An avid techie, Dani is constantly on top of the latest in mobile phone trends, having written content for T-Mobile on a regular basis. She spends a great deal of time researching and reviewing new mobile releases, as well as the occasional "best of" or "most useful" app article from both iOS and Android operating systems.
Dani has written scores of articles varying in tone, focus, and style. She has written extensively about computers, software, pet care, parenting, content marketing, food, travel, and health, just to name a few. Every new assignment presents Dani with a chance to extend her creative reach and learn about exciting new topics.
Dani has written and sold the rights to hundreds of blog posts, covering topics from home living to content marketing to pet care. She has also maintained her own tech-related blog for the past three years, which focuses primarily on "how to" guides and software reviews.