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The goal of this article was to get people buy the knife sharpener that best fits the needs of them through an affiliate marketing link. My goal was to help people sharpen their kitchen knives safely so that they can cook safely (my mom cut herself a lot during cooking). I even used a video of Gordon Ramsey in this buyers guide to make it even clearer to people how you should handle knife sharpening (learn it from someone with real cooking skills). Sharpening your knives can even have an effect on the taste of your food, did you know that? Well, I most certainly didn't.
In this vegan Thanksgiving article, I wrote about a couple ideas for drinks that fit the Thanksgiving standards. I even included drinks for children so that parents won't have to tell their kids they can't have anything.
I wrote this article for Lifehack, my first article for Lifehack as a regular contributor.
In this buyers guide I wrote about the top 8 ski goggles in 2018. The main focus was to ensure that the copy was on-page SEO optimized. I reviewed a lot of ski goggles before I came to the conclusion which ski goggles should make it to this list. My goal was to make it easier for people to decide which pair of ski goggles they were going to buy before participating in any snow sports/ outdoor sports.
Minimalism is a concept most of us have heard of by now but how do you exactly change your life to a minimalist lifestyle? You'll find the answer in this article with a step-by-step plan to become a minimalist.
I wrote a post for DumbLittleMan (which is a well-known blog in the self-development niche) which has already been seen by over 2,000 people.
I wrote this post for Steven Aitchison's blog, and at the moment this post has been shared 150+ times.
In this article about retargeting (a part of remarketing), I wrote about what retargeting exactly is and how every entrepreneur/business owner can start to make it work for them.
This is my first article of wearable technology (or in tech ever) but I really enjoyed writing this piece. The future of wearable tech looks bright and full of consumer electronics with their separate applications (app development). Wearable tech can help in a lot of industries, including health, security, fashion, comfort, and gaming. At the same time, people who start to get sick of wearable tech will open up a whole new concept: the complete analog future. Or at least, that's my prediction...
I was asked to put some little entertainment sauce over it. It's in Dutch though, my mother tongue.