Danielle specializes in creating blog posts, social media posts, and informative articles for various clients and topics. Although she enjoys writing in a conversational tone, Danielle also excels at professional and informative writing.
Danielle spends much of free time writing short stories, articles, and novels, as well as reading fiction. A former member of the service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega, Danielle enjoys volunteering in her community. Danielle relishes in competition and activity, whether it be sports, a scavenger hunt, or a game of Jeopardy. She also loves to travel and has been to over twenty countries, including Mexico, Ireland, Costa Rica, Slovenia, Peru, Spain, and Belize.
Danielle studied a unique blend of technology, publishing, arts, and communications at University of Texas at Dallas.
Danielle has written multiple blog posts about real estate. One post discussed real estate property rights in Lubbock, Texas, another the benefits of using professional photos when selling a home. She used professional language, sources, and statistics to discuss the market.
Danielle wrote an informative and engaging blog post about troubleshooting summer allergy systems for use on a doctor's website. The client rated the article as exceeding their expectations.
Danielle wrote a 900 word article for a client about the issue of cyber bullying, specifically through pictures and videos. She used statistics, quotes from experts, and victim experiences.
Danielle wrote a technical article for a client about the ideal temperature of a worm bin, a composting tool used in gardening. She used an informal yet informative tone and supplied the reader with the information needed to successfully regulate worm bin temperature.
Danielle wrote over 25 engaging Facebook posts for the sports bar MacDaddy's. She used informal language and a casual tone to promote the restaurant and appeal to its customers.
Danielle wrote a humorous article for a client about the world's most expensive mountain bicycle, combining topics such as jewels, money, and outdoor recreation. The client rated the article as exceeding their expectations.
Danielle has written multiple blog posts for various clients. One post discussed the benefits of using professional photos in real estate, while another talked about the introduction of the world's most expensive bicycle. She employs professional language, sources, and statistics for the more serious topics such as real estate, and informal, humorous language for the lighter topics such as the bicycle.
Danielle has written articles for clients about a variety of topics including new technology, gadgets, and cyber bullying. She varies the tone of the article depending on the wishes of the client; she can write professionally, informally, humorously-any way the client wishes.
Danielle wrote over 25 engaging Facebook posts for the sports bar MacDaddy's. She used informal language to appeal to its customers and interest the general public.