I have over 16 years experience writing for the web. Currently I ghostwrite content for more than a dozen law blogs, covering subjects from personal injury and bankruptcy to criminal defense and intellectual property. Previously, I spent over a decade working as a paralegal and writing about antitrust law for a nonprofit organization. If you need an affordable, experienced writer to help create or improve your own blog, contact me today.
BSc in Paralegal Studies, 2001
University of Maryland University College
Many small businesses start blogs. Unfortunately, after a few weeks or months, the owner loses interest and the blog lies dormant, gathering virtual dust. It’s not that blogging is difficult. But it requires time and effort that most business owners would rather devote to serving customers.
Yet blogging is an important tool for promoting a business. Unlike newer forms of social media, blogging draws potential customers to your website. A blog allows you go into depth on a subject and demonstrate your expertise in a way that simply is not possible in 140 characters or a “meme.”
I’ve been blogging professionally since 2000–before the term “blog” entered the popular lexicon. I’ve served a number of professional clients, ranging from nonprofit public policy groups to college football websites. I know how to write timely content that will make sure your blog and business website never goes stale.
Every business and blog setup is unique. There is no single, correct approach. I’ve had some clients who like to update their blogs 2 or 3 times per week, and others who only do so twice a month. The appropriate frequency depends on a number of factors, including the types of services you offer, how much “news” there is about your subject, and your budget for ghostwriting services.
Whatever your needs, contact me today and we can work together to develop a custom ghostwriting package for your business. With respect to the actual blog posts, you will retain full ownership and copyright of all accepted and paid-for work.
I recently wrote a series of legal information articles for Super Lawyers, an attorney rating service.
I currently publish a bimonthly review of software for the Solus Linux operating system.
I was a regular contributor to the corporate blog for Zip2Tax, a provider of sales and use tax data.
I was a regular contributor on business and legal issues for Saturday Down South, a website that covers college football in the Southeastern Conference.
Business Insider republished a number of posts that I wrote on sports and economics.
From 2010 to 2014 I contributed to Reason.com, a national monthly print magazine that covers public policy from a libertarian perspective.