You’re wondering if my writing is any good?
If I was in your shoes, I certainly would be.
So here is a sampling of the projects I’ve completed in the last year or so.
But first, a few words about my style.
Typically I write in a “business conversational” style.
It’s better for READER ENGAGEMENT.
Readers don’t want stuffy high-brow text, and most professional businesses don’t want to be represented by the opposite either. In most circumstances, a friendly professional tone will work well, using a vocabulary that the average reader is comfortable with.
(See how I ended that last sentence with the word “with”? Stuffy grammarians would give me a smack for that. But the typical reader will feel very comfortable. Agree?)
What’s The Easiest Way to Self-Publish an EBook? — A how-to article for a freelance writing site.
Forklift Safety Lights Making The Workplace Safer — Written for a manufacturing business.
The Mad Professor And The Smelly Drain — A fun piece for a green living blog.
Here are 4 longer, research-intensive articles for WordPress users. The challenge was to take a somewhat complex technical topic and present it simply. My name does not appear on the articles as I was hired as a ghostwriter. I am grateful to have received permission to include these pieces in my portfolio:
- WP-Sweep: Answering Your Questions About Database Cleaning
- 15 Examples Of Parallax Scrolling Done Right In Website Designs — My favorite
- How to Upload Large Images in WordPress
- Top 10 Free Keyword Analysis Tools for SEO