No sooner had I pressed ‘publish’ on my last testimonial than the same client sent me an update. Here’s what he said this time: Sharon, you have provided me the opportunity to focus on my core competencies and the things that I really like about what I do. Being able to outsource the editing of […]
As a writer, it’s great when you deliver what your client wants. I recently started working for a new client, who’s hired me to do a wide range of editing jobs for him, from blog post editing, to letter and proposal editing. It’s all about making sure the piece of writing conveys what he wants […]
This has been a varied writing week for me. I finally completed that technical article I mentioned a couple of weeks ago. That meant doing two telephone interviews to give it some zip – and they were fun to do. Since I already knew all the technical info, I was able to concentrate on getting […]
It’s been a great week for writing. This week I have written five posts for a ghost blogging client, covering web apps, parenting and more. I’ve also written some real estate community guides – it was fun to learn about new places and convey that to a new audience. Last week, I landed a blogging […]
I’ve just started a new blogging gig on the Quips and Tips (now Blossom Tips) network of sites, owned by Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen. One of the things I like about this gig is having the chance to cover some different areas. My first post on the Quips and Tips for Money and Love site went up on […]
Have you ever wondered what web content writers do to deliver precisely crafted, search engine optimized content? Sharon Hurley Hall explains her writing process in this open letter to writing clients.