Why hire a freelance kayaking writer?
Kayaking is an activity that many participate in based on its fitness benefits, as well as its leisurely appeal. This watersport is ideal for people of all ages and skill sets, ranging from young adults to seniors. A great way to get around the water, beginners and experts often turn to online resources in order to gain the information they require. A freelance kayaking writer will not only offer quality content based on their unique skill set, but will also be able to speak with your audience in a meaningful, educational, and entertaining way. This will help you build rapport, as you position yourself as a credible resource.
The pros of writing a freelance kayaking writer include:
Being a fairly specialized niche, you'll want to invest in a writer that can connect with your audience in terms of their interests, needs, and pain points. This will help you build a more trusting, beneficial relationship.
Your ability to grow your audience, attracting the type of traffic that will convert.
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Browse Our Top Kayaking Writers
Search top kayaking writers to write high-quality content for the kayaking industry. As a Scripted member you will be able to reach out to them directly, negotiate price, and start short or long-term assignments with ease.
Sasha is a professional writer and content strategist in Chicago. She helps businesses ranging in size from solopreneurs to global enterprises with projects in innovation, new ventures and startup culture.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:
Hello, and thank you for checking out my profile. I write audience-relatable articles on content marketing, fitness, natural health and beauty, lifestyle, writing, business, personal development, fashion, and more. My pieces can be brief or long-form, but I always aim for them to be an entertaining read. If they aren't, then who will read them? Also, I'm well versed in SEO practices and can create content that ranks higher in search engines for terms that your audience will most likely be searching for. My introduction to writing online content began in 2008 writing professionally for the women's blog, Twolia, and producing yoga videos and articles for my site, Get Exercised. In 2012, I started coaching women on attracting love and began writing articles for my website. Additionally, I contributed personal growth and love article...Customer Ratings:
Renee A Butler is a finance writer whose writing has appeared in numerous outlets related to finance and investing, from TheStreet to SCORE. She has an MBA from Exeter, degrees in psychology, and over 15 years of experience working with hedge funds and startups. Her work is centered on technology, consumer trends, and investing strategies.Customer Ratings:
Read Sample Kayaking Blog Posts
The best way to find the perfect kayaking 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 kayaking writers: