My English Literature degree prepared me for content writing.
As a student, I met several tight deadlines, managed multiple essays at once, and wrote every word myself. Those writing and project management skills greatly influenced my future career.
I’m not a student anymore. Now I’m a content writer.
I still meet every deadline every time, including rush jobs. I still successfully manage multiple writing jobs at once. I still write 100% original content, so clients aren’t sued for copyright infringement. I wouldn’t be the writer I am today without my English Literature degree.
I love writing everything from white papers to novels, but I specialise in the following content:
- Web pages
- SEO content
Every year I learn more about writing and editing. Now I’m also gaining technology skills. I have experience working with the following software:
- Microsoft Office
- Google Docs Editors
- Affinity Photo
My technology skills will provide you with a flexible work structure. I can send you articles via email. I can share content on Google Drive for feedback. I can save blog drafts to your WordPress website. I can enhance pictures for web pages in Affinity Photo. Work with me to have both writing and technology expertise whenever you need it.
Or you can keep reading to learn more about the courses I’ve taken to further my content marketing expertise.
Relevant Courses I’ve Taken
Improve your online business security, Provided by Google
This course was a useful reminder of how to keep my business (and yours) secure from malicious parties. Security has been very important throughout my freelance and employed writing career. When I worked on bids, tenders and a white paper, I never disclosed confidential information. That’s why I was trusted with submissions to government departments. You can trust me too.
Business Communication, Provided by Goodwill Community Foundation
This course was a refresher on writing business reports, memos and emails. The course reinforced basic principles relevant to writing any content: get to the point quickly, present content simply, and tailor words to the content type.