Online writing, whether as blog, webpage text or articles is an increasingly specialised form of the art of writing. The issue of keywords and search engine optimization is only part of it. The need for different layouts, approaches and strategies from paper-based writing is becoming ever more acute.
Besides contributing articles to Suite 101, an online international magazine on a wide variety of topics, I have also published some work at MusicRadar.com.
The 11 Songs That Should Be On The Boat That Rocked, 11 Studios to Rival Abbey Road, A-Z of Bob Dylan , The 13 Essential Bob Dylan Albums A-Z of Folk Music, Jimi Hendrix, 11 Reasons Why The Yardbirds Were the Greatest Rock Cradle Ever and an in-person interview with Duane Eddy are on-line as examples of web writing that is particularly different from the paper page.
I have contributed to Alpine Leadership (Advanced Leadership Programs in Education), an article called The Seven Leadership Challenges of Tomorrow (August 2011).
I have edited and reworked website texts, including The Upper Room.
In late 2012 I started contributing blogs to Rolling Without Limits, for the wheelchair and limited mobility community. My first was called ‘It’s a stand-up world after all’.
I write about 3 blogs a week for MailBigFile, a data transmission company, about technology, the internet and related issues.
I can work with your business to meet its needs in blog, webpage, articles for publicity, news stories, customer focus online, instructions and manuals and explanations. If it’s web content you are after, I can write quality content for you and/or your business, either anonymously or by name. Get in touch and let’s talk about ideas for development.
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