Like most freelance writers, I dabble heavily in web content work. Long term web-content writing often makes up a large percentage of my endeavors, and covers numerous topics, though I tend to focus on the subjects that I already regularly write on. My two main current web content projects, for example, are a 600 article contract with TravBuddy.com, producing pieces that introduce various countries and cities around the world, and an ongoing project (likely to run to several thousand articles before completion) with Xingtone.com, exploring popular musicians and their music in short, sharp articles. Previous web content customers have included major, heavily-viewed websites such as the Seoul Government Tourism Office and ASEAN Tourism.
I believe the most important thing for most people who are searching for web content producers is a combination of consistently high quality and the ability to unfailingly meet deadlines. While many writers are able to produce a single article – or even a dozen articles – of a high enough quality, doing so consistently is far more difficult.
While I’m happy to provide personalized web content samples (within reason), I also understand that most web editors are looking for this consistency. Therefore I’m happy to offer a large file of samples for you to peruse, in order to show a high average quality. Please head over to the ‘Contact’ section to request these; I also require that you include a brief written statement agreeing not to reproduce any of these articles in any form. If you require personal samples, I’ll be happy to do them too, though I’d be grateful if you could provide an idea of project scope and contractual conditions in advance in this case.
I’m also involved in numerous blogs, either as the only writer, or as a major contributor. I am currently running a commercial blog with near-daily updates on behalf of Xingtone.com (click here to view), and also contribute regularly to the blog of one of my previous book publishers, Museyon Guides (which can be found here). My own personal blog is approaching 100,000 views, though it is simply an ongoing commentary on my life and travels (click to view). Blogging, of course, is a major, regular undertaking, and before taking on something like this, I’ll need to seriously consider my schedule and current commitments. I’m always happy to talk, though, so feel free to get in touch.