My varied writing portfolio includes: engaging blogs of all varieties (short, catchy, long/tutorial), technical writing, SEO-optimized writing, direct response, short-form writing with a creative flair, B2B copywriting, sales writing, email retention writing, social media-oriented blurbs, landing page copy, web copy, press releases, white papers, ebooks, new media writing, specialty blogging, etc.
I've been told to specialize, but my specialty is seamlessly transitioning into and out of all of the aforementioned genres, and my varied samples reflect that.
David has written numerous content pieces for tech companies and small businesses in the IT fields, database administration industries, mobile phone consumer reports, and others. Other content includes installation guides, various how-to documents, steps to certification, and the like.
While the majority of the documentation is intended for audiences who are already familiar with coding, David particularly enjoys writing materials that are aimed at turning complex concepts into easily-digestible snippets.
NFL, CFB, NBA, CBB, ATP/WTA, MLB expert, with access to original data, trends, insight, and analysis. Experience writing game excitement snippets, previews, predictions, pre-game, post-game analysis surrounding real-time sporting events.
Interactive new media writing, multimedia snippets for quizzes, game materials and content, infographics transcripts, fantasy insider content, sports app content for tech startups, etc.
Online marketing, social marketing, SEO/SEM, online marketing manager versed in Facebook Ads, retargeting, Power Editor, etc.
David has written for large and small businesses concerning their leverage of online tools to reach loyal audiences. Through research, categorization, testing, surveys, and other data collection tools, he is able to use numbers as a reference for communicating complex concepts into words that difference audiences can understand.
David has written for large and small businesses concerning their leverage of business logic and tools to reach loyal audiences. Through research, categorization, testing, surveys, and other data collection tools, he is able to use numbers as a reference for communicating complex business concepts into words that different audiences can understand.
In addition, he has as much ability to craft a catchy product description, as he has of writing dry, technical copy - it all depends on what his clients need, what their audiences need to relate to the business, and David's general mood.
CRM, multi-channel marketing, distribution, branding, streamlined workflows, customer service, and entrepreneurism are all topics he has written about at length.
David has particular interest in health, fitness, nutrition, and wellness. While societal awareness of the benefits of wellness continue to soar, it seems that inaccurate information concerning it have increased as well. David has written content for leading publishers in the health and fitness industries, ranging from high-performance material, to common weight loss and nutrition articles.
A tinkerer by heart, David has first-hand experience writing about current and past hardware and technology. From Arduinos to the excitement that hobbyists are showing over remote controlled drone helicopters, to computer hardware and mobile devices, writing that understands the mindset of the techie is a trait that is noticed by readers.
While the majority of the writing is intended for audiences who are already familiar with the specific type of hardware, David particularly enjoys writing materials that are aimed at turning complex concepts into easily-digestible snippets.
With a background in biology as a researcher, David still harbors interest in advancements in big pharma, scientific trends, and cutting-edge medical discoveries concerning anatomy, physiology, and medical technology.
He has sat in on numerous physician conferences, is a member of Alpha Chi Sigma, and occasionally writes industry-specific content for medical practices, networks, and franchises.
The proliferation of online learning has invigorated young and old alike to the values of virtual learning. Institutions have been adopting online learning annexes to compliment their traditional physical establishments. All this online adoption has meant an influx of content marketing aimed at educating those who wish to be educated online. More flexible schedules, convenience, and improved online collaboration are all aspects that have led to the growth of education.
Through traditional and government contracts, David has helped education startups, partners, and established organizations transition their offline material into engaging, interactive materials suitable for consumption on mobile devices, anywhere, anytime. In addition, he is experienced with formatting, metadata, and standard procedures for creating, updating, citing, and modifying educational, informative, and engaging content.
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