Of course, it would be downright silly to suggest that you merely take our word for it when it comes to the whole social media thing… we mean, besides the blog and the traffic and all that. Cast your eyes upon the clients and partners that have come before! (This is not exhaustive, some pieces are still protected by confidentiality agreements and copyright.)
— Client: Fast Home Exit, LLC – Social Media and Marketing Consultant
— Created full brand at DwayneBuysHomes.Com, including fresh WordPress installation, theme modification, Facebook PPC campaign, and complete content creation
— Client: BirdEye (2016) – Account Manager, online reputation management platform
— Client: Reachable (2015) – Social Media and Marketing Consultant
— Reachable.Com Platform User Guide (as of September 2015)
— Client: RadioShack (April 2014 to September 2014) – Social Media and Community Management, including content creation and scheduling
— How to make chocolate bunnies in a 3D printed mold
— Compare/Contrast between Chromecast, AppleTV, and Roku
— Celebrating Leonardo da Vinci’s birthday
— How to use Google Chromecast
–– 3D Print Contest Content, #RS3DPrint
— Social Media Post-Mortem after the May 2014 Maker Faire in San Francisco
— In-Store guide for Afinia H480 3D printer, for use by RadioShack employees to support the active machines in the proof-of-concept stores
— Client: Red Carpet Crash (2009 – 2010) – Editor and Writer
— Published literary works:
— “Milk, Bread, Eggs“, Vitality Magazine, November 2015 – superhero fiction story wherein a “villain” runs into a superhero during off-hours in the grocery store.
— “Inconsolable“, The Good Men Project, December 2015 – a short fiction about the meaning of loss and relationships, bring a tissue.
— Tuesday Twitter Tales, short stories released one tweet at a time on Tuesdays.
— When You’re a Bird in a World Made for Fishes, the Mighty, September 2016 – an essay on how the autistic experience differs from the neurotypical experience. Picking up from the Normality Factor blog.
— The Black Dog: Living with Someone Else’s Depression, the Good Men Project, December 2016 – on the difficulties of living with someone in denial about clinical depression.