Personable Content Writing | Criminal Law and Justice
An educational blog post written for a criminal law firm client. It was written for a Melbourne-based audience who are looking for information about losing their licenses due to drink-driving and their rights, responsibilities and reasons why they might want to get legal advice. The article was optimized for search engines, and designed to be a short guide to Victorian (Aus) laws regarding ignition interlock devices, building trust between the client and the end reader.
A technical article about the use of CGI in animated films, written for an architectural design firm.
A short non-fiction article about Belle Gunness, a Norwegian-American serial killer who was active between 1884 and 1908.
A short company bio written to summarize a divorce lawyer's legal practice. The copy is keyword optimized and designed to incorporate the main selling points of the firm.
An educational blog post about keyword optimization. The article was written for lawyers interested in maximizing the online presence for their firm. True to form, the article has been optimized for search engines (while not ignoring the importance of human readability), thoroughly edited and includes links to outbound content.