Hi! Thanks for taking the time to stop by my writer’s portfolio. This portfolio will continue to grow. I’m here for the long-haul.
To keep growing, I’m always looking out for new challenges, new learning, new insights and new dimensions of growth. So, this portfolio is NOT a reflection of what I can do. In a fair estimation, I’m capable of doing 10X more.
On the other hand, this portfolio is NOT a reflection of what I’ve done. I’ve done significantly more.
For most of my freelance career I’ve worked as a ghostwriter and under anonymized contracts for individuals, startups, corporations — even Fortune 500 companies. This portfolio gives you a feel of my work.
This portfolio covers my work for
The Blog here (at TechWriteResearcher.com).
Make Tech Easier
- Amazon Echo: Tips to Protect Your Privacy and Online Safety
- 3 Ways Sleeplessness Could Hurt You Irreversibly, Aided by Your Smartphone
- 10 Unusual Statistics About Life in Modern America
Under Ask Wonder I led and participated in more than 300 writing and research projects for over 100 companies, including the likes of IBM, AT&T, HP, PwC, Accenture, Microsoft, Shell, Bloomberg BETA, to mention a few. Some of my work with Ask Wonder:
- Focusing on a B2B target audience, what type of online content do people want from brands?
- The most and least valuable demographics (i.e age bands) to advertisers, for passengers travelling through Changi Airport (Singapore).
- Best practices the top paid mobile apps utilize to maintain their customers engaged and loyal? What is the impact of these tactics on churn reduction?
- Key challenges and opportunities for the US Consumer Chemicals sector
- An overview of the fast casual restaurant industry in Los Angeles, including the top cuisine categories (i.e. Asian, Mexican, etc.).
- Percentage of companies that use HRIS benefits software (such as Workday) versus benefit administration firms (such as Bswift)
- The most common ways that commercial insurance adjusters spend their time, the activities they do, and which activities are most hazardous.