Writing blog posts requires multiple skill sets, including research, SEO, copywriting, and subject matter expert interviews. This is true for the dozens of blog posts under my own byline, such as the blog post on creative professionals for The Creative Party. But it’s also true for blog posts for company blogs.  I’ve excerpted two blog post examples that required multiple subject matter expert interviews, research, writing, and editing.

Both blog posts below were under my byline or promoted that way on social media sites like LinkedIn.

The first one, An Essential Tool for Cryptography Development, describes Cryptol, Galois’s flagship tool for cryptography for non-scientists. The blog post talks about Cryptol’s history, its current capabilities, and how this versatile tool is positioned to help organizations in a post-quantum computing world. 

The second one, How You Can Manage and Eliminate Technical Debt, was commissioned by Tiffany Jennings of Sonatype. I worked with her and subject matter experts (including the CEO Wayne Jackson!) to explain a common software development process that undermines a company’s short-term goals and derails the long-term ability to innovate.

I also offer ghostwriting for blogs. Ghostwriting requires deep research, as well as the ability to know another human being’s writing style and personality. If you’d like samples of my ghostwritten blog posts, feel free to contact me.

Galois Blog Post

How You Can Manage and Eliminate Technical Debt

About This Project

Several, including Galois and Sonatype
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“He’s never missed a deadline or delivered work that wasn’t to our standards for publishing. He’s my first stop of content support.”
Tiffany Jennings, Senior Marketing Manager and Content Strategist