Freelance writing and blogging are an ever-shifting canvas. The first half of this year has been no exception. I’ve continued to write for some of my regular clients and have been featured in several online interviews. Here’s some of what I’ve done since my last update. Readz Magazine Main topics: content marketing, marketing, writing The […]
“This computer stuff will never catch on”. That’s what my first boss said, way back in 1980-erm. Despite his Luddite tendencies, he sent me off to a desktop publishing course, lighting a fire in my brain that would never be extinguished. When I returned to work, I dusted off the computers that were sitting there […]
In the months since I reviewed Google Voice Typing Google has gone out of its way to remove some of the differences between the web app and Dragon NaturallySpeaking. In the last few weeks they have added and improved formatting abilities. But even though these are useful that’s not what this article is about. This […]
Here’s a first for this blog: a guest post. My policy has always been (and still basically is) not to accept guest posts on this blog (this article by Jennifer Mattern outlines some of the reasons why), but a great approach from Sarah Williams, followed by a post on storytelling that I know will provide […]
Business lessons are everywhere you look. Here’s what an interaction with the guy who installed our gutters taught me about good client relations. 4 Business Lessons from the Gutter Guy from Sharon Hurley Hall, Writer For more detail on the four lessons, check out this post on LinkedIn: Business Lessons from the Gutter Guy.
The life of a freelance writer is a busy one, and it was for me in 2015. I’ve been writing, blogging and publishing on a range of topics. Here’s a portfolio of my bylined writing for the second half of 2015. Crazy Egg Main topics: conversion optimization, SEO, copywriting, user experience, analytics, mobile CRO Experts Speak: […]