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Versatile freelance writer and ghostwriter capable of communicating with varied audiences about diverse topics. Thousands of completed projects include magazine articles, press releases, blog posts, and web pages. Highlights: Additive Manufacturing: A 20,000-word project for a Fortune 20 company. Achieved #1 rankings for important keywords. Golf: Wrote a series of 10+ 1500-word posts for a leading U.S. golf publication. Luxury travel: 10,000 words for a company providing private jet flight support. Telecom manufacturing: Wrote a series of posts for a corporate VP. Home Improvement: Create almost all website content (60,000 words thus far) for an East Coast contractor. Automotive products: Wrote a series of more than 30 blog posts for the leading manufacturer in its class. Building materials manufacturer: Created 12,000 words of content directed at architects, contractors and end-users.
I am a PhD candidate and instructor of Language Education at Rutgers University. My background is in linguistic anthropology and my research focuses on Bilingual/ESL education policy. When I'm not conducting research, I use my 10+ years of professional experience to provide highly-skilled writing services to businesses like you! Whether it's a product description or a long-form blog, I will bring my research and writing skills to the table to provide you with quality work that is done quickly and efficiently. I am always looking to explore new opportunities so contact me with your project today!
Nicole Danielle Martensen is an applied anthropologist and archaeologist. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Humboldt State University in May 2014. Nicole has worked as an archaeologist for the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, and as a Research Assistant at the Stanford Archaeology Center. She is currently working as a freelance transcriptionist and concluding her Master’s Degree in Applied Anthropology at Humboldt State University.
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