Why Hire A Computer Security Writer?
So long as there are new ways to get computer viruses, there are content writers that discuss new ways to stay secure. With a computer security writer, you can have an ongoing series of posts talking about all the types of viruses, hackers, user mistakes, and much more. Your website can be a database for all things security, which can serve as a reliable resource for PC or Mac owners. Whether you run a website or have security software of your own, get the services of a computer security writer to keep computer owners informed.
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I possess a strong 20-year background in marketing, digital marketing, and advertising. However, writing has always been a true passion of mine, and after working in corporate offices for many years, I turned my passion for writing into a full-time job. As a contract content writer for the last 15 years, I can craft engaging and informative content about a wide variety of subjects. I have also written and published two fantasy novels and a collection of short stories. While I can conduct investigative Internet research in order to write informative content for articles, press releases, blog posts, and websites, some of my areas of expertise include: Digital Marketing-- Entrepreneurship-- Health & Wellness-- Home Improvement & Gardening-- Data Security-- Food & Cooking--Customer Ratings:
Jasmine Henry is a Seattle-based freelance writer, with specialties in technology, analytics, software, and related fields. She holds a MS degree in Informatics & Analytics, and a Graduate Certificate in Health Care Informatics from Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN. Her work has appeared on Forbes, HP Nucleus, IBM Big Data Hub, Time, ADP Spark, Reuters, and more.Customer Ratings:
Stasia has a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. She spent 15 years working in the public school system before becoming a freelance writer, novelist, and blogger. Her middle grade novel "The Weirder the Better" was released in July 2011 by Black Heron Press. She has since self-published several eBooks and paperbacks. She has completed over a 1,000 articles in a wide range of subjects. Stasia has specific writing experience in the fields of education, health, fitness, technology, and law.Customer Ratings:
I am an experienced copywriter with a reputation for delivering high-quality long-form content. I have worked with a wide variety of brands - including Shutterstock, SAP, and eBay - to create content that communicates expertise, generates trust, and builds brand loyalty. I specialize in helping businesses communicate complex topics in language their customers understand, cutting through the jargon to deliver a clear, relevant message. In particular, I focus on technology, business and marketing topics. My particular areas of knowledge include: Technology - IT, SaaS, Web Design & Development, Cloud Computing, Cryptocurrency and Data Science. Business - Finance, Banking, Management, Personal Finance, Crowdfunding, and Investing Marketing - Lead Generation, SEO, Content Marketing, Social Media, and Advertising (including both B2B and B...Customer Ratings:
Read Sample Computer Security Blog Posts
The best way to find the perfect computer security content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our computer security writers: