I wrote this 750-word personal essay from the pilothouse of our boat while watching the sun go down in Huatulco, Mexico, and listening to the U.S. political news on satellite radio. It’s a reflective piece, and discusses the uniqueness of living aboard a boat as an expatriate.
I published Perspectives of a Floating Expat as a diary on Daily Kos in March 2011. It quickly showed up on the Recommended list, generating 55 comments and 49 shares almost immediately. I’m proud of it.
This article, entitled 7 Deadly Website Sins and Why That Means Business for Talented Web Copywriters, Designers, and Marketing Consultants, was published in March, 2012 on Wealthy Web Writer. The site is aimed at aspiring copywriters, web designers and internet consultants.
The article is 850 words.
This article, ghostwritten for the blog at Elite Marketing Pro, required extensive research into the work of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and his iconic character, and used the Sherlock theme to train, motivate, and inspire marketers to use deductive reasoning when reaching out to prospects and business leads.
The article is 2500 words, and has been one of the most liked and shared on the Elite Marketing Pro blog, garnering 293 Facebook since its publication in July, 2017.
This project required ghostwriting for a monthly online magazine aimed at the Network Marketing Industry and those distributors who wanted to market their businesses online. Each column was approximately 1500 words, and featured tips, strategies, and insight for marketers who wanted to improve their own writing skills.
The sample article, one of 15 I wrote, is called 2 Misused Punctuation Marks that Make Even the Smartest Marketer Look Like a Total Idiot.