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Jennifer (J Lynn) Cameron is a professional writer and editor specializing in software, technology, marketing, sales, accounting, and finance topics. Content marketing strategies are her lifeblood. When she's not helping brands discover their voice, she enjoys design work, writing songs, listening to music, and reading.
Tonya enjoys writing about a wide variety of subjects and prefers not to limit herself to one area. She believes that limiting oneself a small number of subjects limits the potential and the capability of the writer. Tonya writes in her personal life as well, even participating in National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, for eight years. NaNoWriMo is where participants challenge themselves to write a 50,000 word, or more, novel in the month of November.
From 2002 to 2010, Jeremy Hillpot served as lead paralegal and writer for a New York and Florida-based investment fraud law firm. In 2010, he branched out on his own to work as a stock fraud consultant, legal writer and copywriter for a select base of private clients. Jeremy drafts content on a wide array of topics -- especially on topics of law, investment, technology, biotechnology, environmentalism, smart technology and cryptocurrencies. Jeremy also writes on entertainment and society topics like astrology, relationships, psychology and more.
Jeremy H writes about...
- Information technology management
- Information technology
- Areas of computer science
- Data management
- Computer data
- Digital technology
- Information retrieval
- Information science
- Information management
- Cloud computing
- Content marketing
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I'm a programmer and writer; I've worked as a software developer at MIT and I have a BA in history from Yale. When I write I generally combine these interests by focusing on tech, business, and financial writing.
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