Ryan Hotchkiss

Content Strategist, Copy Editor, Copywriter, Developmental Editor, Editor, Ghostwriter, Graphic Designer, Technical Writer, Writer, Managing Editor

Writer & Content Strategist (SEO and Content Development)

I graduated college in 2000 with a degree in English Composition.

Alternating between school and working the trades, I attended college part-time and worked full-time in construction and excavation (concrete, gas, power, and sewer).

Additionally, I spent several months a year traveling and working as an international raft guide and safety kayaker.

Following graduation, I began working for an online education company — ecollege, — then went to work for an architecture firm.

For both companies, I developed SEO content and websites. In 2008, I moved to Costa Rica and went to work for myself as a freelance writer, SEO specialist and web designer.

Accomplishments include:

• The successful completion of 12 responses to requests for bid proposals for David Owen Tryba Architects.
• The completion of over 500 blogs, articles, and whitepapers for B2B and B2C clients in the last five years.
• The research and writing of over 100 articles for Rentar.com in the last two years.
• Fluent in Spanish.

With my educational background and work experience, I am well suited to work for you as an SEO copywriter.

I have attached my resume to further illustrate my experience, skills, and academic background. I look forward to hearing from you and would be happy to visit with you in an interview. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Ryan Hotchkiss

Ryan specializes in writing responses to proposals, white papers, articles, and blogs related to the trades, particularly concrete and excavation. He has a mastery of AutoCAD and understanding design plans and specs. Ryan is a home do-it-yourselfer and also has a fair understanding of electric.

Hotchkiss enjoys writing about anything and everything automotive-related. From CDL requirements to operating three-axle trucks; from the engineering behind compression and spark-fired engines to comparisons of fuel types; from the muscle cars and trucks of the 50s, 60s, and 70s to the latest technologies of today, Ryan has written — and would enjoys writing — about it.

Ryan is a bilingual writer — English and Spanish — with experience traveling all over the Americas as well as a little experience traveling to Europe and Australia. But, Ryan is particularly knowledgeable with respect to anything Latin America related.

Ryan is an avid outdoorsman who kayaks (whitewater), runs, and worksout daily; hikes weekly; camps regularly, and loves ski vacations and golf.

Ryan is an avid do-it-yourself construction project enthusiast.

Content Types
Ad/Promotional Copy, Article, Blog Post, Buyers Guide, Case Study, Checklist, Commercial, Direct Mail, Ebook, Graphic, Guide, Illustration, Infographic, Infographic Copy, Landing Page, Page Layout, Presentation, Press Release, Product Description, Script, Social Card, Social Copy, Website Copy, Whitepaper, Email Newsletter, General Photo, General Video, Recipe
More Information
Western State University of Colorado, Bachelor's in English Composition

Published Content

Analyzing The Pros and Cons of Diesel Engines
February 21st, 2019
Untold truth about Jeffrey Epstein and those he threatened
August 15th, 2019
Blog Post
Five Keys to Starting and Managing a Commercial Construction Company
June 11th, 2019
Blog Post
Search Engine Optimization: Google’s Panda Going Ape on Old SEO and Content Marketing Habits

Explanation of changes in Google SEO standards following the launch of the Panda algorythm.

November 13th, 2014
Technology In The Third World: Always Issues, Always Workarounds! By Ryan Hotchkiss

How to find internet anywhere in the world.

November 15th, 2016
22 Search Results for "wetsuit questions"

Answers to FAQ about wetsuits.

June 30th, 2016
Freelance Writing: 4 Most Common — and Confounding — Grammatical Errors

Four grammar mistakes more people make than don't.

March 3rd, 2015
Purpose of Fuel Additives: Valuable, Though No Factor in Fuel Economy

Purpose of fuel additives vs fuel catalysts.

March 6th, 2018
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