Your new Content Manager

Of my 14-years as a professional writer, the last 5-years were spent working in content marketing, SEO, and SEM. As the Digital Content Manager for my most recent employer, I provided editorial and publishing services using HTML and CSS. Later, as their Digital Marketing Manager, I built their site’s data layer from scratch using Google tag Manager and JavaScript, ultimately growing organic search traffic from 186K annual visitors in 2015 to and average 184K monthly visitors.

For another employer, I managed 19-pages reviewing 190 data recovery, backup, and networking products. This work I provided a minimum 6,150 words of ready for publish and optimized content each month. This was in a period of some of Google’s more severe algorithm changes, and yet these pages experienced 145.5% growth in sales while only losing a 34.9% audience share, meaning I was able to refine my audience for better converting traffic.

My previous experience was a technical writer, to which I credit my recent successes. My technical acumen was derived from my experiences documenting complex subjects as a Technical Writer for companies like Tomax, TD Williamson, and Kaddas Enterprises.

This versatility and level of experience is exceptional in any field. What makes it better is that it’s mine to offer, regardless if it’s software, hardware, or mechanical. I have a high degree of technical understanding and the remarkable ability to write pages that get read.

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