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Zach is a well-established copywriter and content marketing professional. Zach has written thousands of web pages for dentists, HVAC companies, medical businesses, solar companies, marketing firms, and many more. Additionally, Zach graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Advertising, which gave him knowledge on how to effectively reach an audience.
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'm a professional freelance writer with four years of experience and a love of creating the best content for my clients. For me, research is the most critical factor in producing great content. Your business should never have to pay for articles that do not demonstrate a high degree of understanding of your topic and industry. If you have any questions about my work or would like to work with me, please feel free to contact me to discuss your needs. I look very forward to working with you.
I spent 10 years in academic publishing editing professorial research. The topics ranged from computer engineering to finance and social anthropology. It may have been the most fun I had at a job. I spent the next five years in the tech industry as a software engineer. Then I opened my own business educating young people. That was easily my greatest challenge and success. And then I started writing about all of it. That was 10 years ago. Part of that time I was also in the insurance industry to see how that worked. It has been quite a run. My favorite topics are business, history, travel, large data sets, math and science.