B2B and Tech Marketer: Quick Turnarounds, Nearly Perfect the First Time
Classwallet delivers expense management solutions to over 2,000 school districts in the US. I have been contracted to ghostwrite blog posts demonstrating the value Classwallet brings to teachers.
I ghost-wrote this 2,000+ word blog post on tribal knowledge.
For this managed service provider completing an acquisition of a physical security firm, I wrote all website content for physical security.
For this Seattle-based private money lender, I contributed blog posts on the benefits of different loan programs.
For this provider of building management solutions, I wrote blog posts on the benefits of IP access.
I ghostwrote this article for the CEO of Miradore, which was published in Security magazine and promoted to 70,000 of the magazine's newsletter subscribers.
This is one of dozens of blog posts I've written for this client, a provider of software that helps learning and development professionals build courses rapidly and at scale. It was written in the HubSpot CMS. Here is a link to all of my blog posts for this client, https://blog.getsynapse.com/author/jwengroff.
For this private money lender's blog, I contribute articles explaining their offering.
I was given the topic but performed all of my own research on access control for offices. I had less than a week turnaround time.
I essentially provided all of the answers to the managing editor's questions. With some light editing on his part, this was the result.
I sought out this byline opportunity for the client; the client wrote it and I provided edits.
Using the guidelines from this publication, I ghostwrote this article which carries the byline of the CEO of a client. This required no further edits on my part from the ITProPortal staff.
I reviewed the pro's and con's of using WiFi vs Cellular to connect smart home devices. I was given the topic, but had to perform all of my own research.
Syandus is a sales coaching software platform, and I was asked to blog about why salespeople need to be coached in order to be more successful. For this client, I was also responsible for writing the boilerplate.
I secured this byline opportunity for the client; I pitched topics to the publication's editor; she chose one; the client wrote the piece and I provided edits.
I successfully pitched the publication, then ghost-wrote this article on behalf of the client, a security software company in Vancouver.
I contributed a few pieces to Information Week on the topics of social business.
While working at market research firm Frost & Sullivan, I was contracted to provide blog posts on social media marketing.
I contributed blog posts to CMO.com while I was working at market research firm Frost & Sullivan.