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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.
To provide you with a brief summary of my professional experience, I am the current Chief Content Officer and co-founder of a pet company known as Furzly and have approximately five years of professional writing and editing experience under my belt. With extensive experience writing a wide variety of content types across multiple industries (and expertise in the self-development, business, and crypto/blockchain industries), I am able to successfully tackle projects ranging from basic articles to email marketing campaigns to e-books. Whether it be coaches, startups, content companies, or magazines, I have worked with all types of clients as well! Regarding my published work, you can view my content on websites such as Lifehack (where I am currently their motivation expert), BetterHelp (where I acted as a contributor and editor), Change Creator, THink Magazine, CryptoManiaks, and The Australian Expat Investor, just to name a few. Given my extensive experience, I know that I am more than capable of handling your content needs! If you have any questions regarding me or my experience, please reach out!
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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