Copywriting: Articles and Bylines
In addition to providing copywriting and editing services, I’ve written both long-form and short-form content for media outlets as diverse as financial publishers, wellness verticals, pet health and behavior sites, technology brands and news networks, as well as product reviews, articles and tutorials for online home improvement journals.
According to MuckRack, my byline appears on over 200 articles. Below is a sampling of my writing for Yahoo, MSN, Slickdeals, Cuteness, USATODAY, Tegna, Gannett and other publications
My writing on Yahoo is primarily short and long-form articles exploring personal finance topics and rewards travel.
While these articles appear on various Yahoo verticals, the content was originally published by Slickdeals, who has a syndication agreement with Yahoo. However, it’s important to note that Yahoo editors hand-picked my Slickdeals articles to feature on their front page.
Similar to the Yahoo articles above, my writing on MSN centers on credit card rewards, credit scores and other personal finance topics. Also like my Yahoo bylines, the articles featured on MSN were originally published by Slickdeals, but intentionally selected by MSN editorial staff to showcase on their site.
My personal finance writing on Slickdeals explores credit card rewards, bank bonuses, reviews of deposit accounts, consumer investment products and general informational content.
I contributed a handful of celebrity workouts for the wellness brand Kinobody.
My copywriting for Cuteness examined pet health and behavior.
My writing for USATODAY was earlier in my career and, at the time, the assignments were engineered by editorial staff to be snackable, short-form newsy content that appealed to social media audiences.
My copywriting for network news outlets owned by Tegna, Gannett and E.W. Scripps Company was short-form content intended for social audiences.