I am a professional content creator with over ten years experience creating copy for the web. I have written everything from website content to marketing emails but my real bread and butter is blogging. I have a passion for telling the stories that businesses need to tell and blogging allows me to do that. I have written blogs for the following industries (and then some):
- Commercial Real Estate
- Safety Devices
The list doesn’t end there, but that’s where I’m going to leave it.
While much of the writing I do is “ghost-writing” and cannot be shared, here is a small sampling of some of the work I’ve done.
Like with every profession, there are stigmas and cliches associated with being a construction worker. And, like most stigmas, many of them are not true.
While you probably don’t want to be the bride that sent her wedding guests a list of demands before her wedding, it is your special day, and you are allowed to ask your guests not to do certain things.
A profile of a valued employee of RBV Contracting in Detroit.
If you had a way to improve communication among your team, eliminate extra emails and have a little fun while doing it, would you? Our guess is, yes. The answer to your communication woes may lie in a new tool you’ve probably already heard a lot about.
Keeping creative energy high all the time takes effort. Luckily, we have a whole list of ideas that we use to keep our creative juices flowing.
The new generation of consumers is not interested in faceless, heartless corporations…they want to do business with humans.
While self-driving cars seem to be the latest technology buzz on everyone’s mind, even more likely to make a break into the market sooner rather than later are autonomous ships. These ships are no longer just a pipe-dream as numerous companies and organizations are undertaking the design and implementation of this technology.
It’s a fun, popular, seemingly harmless game that’s swept the nation, and the world, since it’s release about a month ago. But what risks does it present?
Alliances, the sharing of ships to transport goods, have resulted in megacarriers, which are challenging the status quo of port operations.