To get an idea of the kinds of work I’ve been involved in, please have a look at my portfolio below. I have extensive experience working closely with non-native English speakers as well as proofreading their work. All writing and content I work with is meticulously researched and carefully checked for errors and factual accuracy.
Creating a clear and consistent voice throughout a webpage draws in the reader and relates them to the author. Whether this is a small post-a-month blog or a large-scale online services site, I enjoy helping websites I’m involved with keeping their page and product message in the tone best fit for their audience.
As the Global Communications Manager for TraDove, Inc., my foremost responsibility is maintaining a consistent messaging and editorial quality through all new and existing content put on the social platform. I am a regular content contributor to company blog posts, press releases, and white papers. Additionally, I also manage community communication through TraDove’s Telegram channel and external social media accounts.
Prior to this, as TraDove‘s Content and User Experience Manager, I was responsible for editing, revising, and rewriting content over the entire site in order to create our fully-functional English-language business social networking platform. Because the original site was entirely translated from Chinese, much of this effort involved a high level of language localization. Additionally, I took charge in writing/editing/publishing blog posts, English-language marketing efforts through social media and email, and writing copy for English-language email newsletters. TraDove has over 250,000 registered users.
China Expat Law is designed to promote the legal services of English-speaking Chinese attorney Sophia Wright to foreigners throughout China. After creating the page and writing its content, I now edit and maintain Sophia’s blog posts, update the site with new content, and serve as a consultant on her web presence.
Paths Unwritten is my long-term passion project that began in 2011 as a personal journal-style travel blog. In more recent years, I have repurposed the site into an archaeology, culture, and history-centric travel site. All articles, destination profiles, and general posts found at Paths Unwritten are researched, photographed, written personally.
Whether for a business news article, a personal blog post or a full website, research becomes my primary focus. Before any words hit the page, a thoroughly-researched plan comes first. From this plan, we can begin work tailoring the content and voice to the perfect fit for that piece.
Business & Technology
- Outrage Marketing: Are Brand Purposefully Ruining Their Image?
- Will the Green Tuk-tuk Industry Sweep Asia?
- The Need for E-Procurement Software
- How did Singles Day Overtake Black Friday?
- Can You Own a Hashtag?
Travel & Archaeology
- 3 Lost Cities You’ve (probably) Never Heard Of
- Wiang Suan Dok: Ancient Chiang Mai’s Holy Outer City
- Artifact Profile: Bo Ika Inscription & the Lost City of Sri Canasa
- Is Gunung Padang Evidence of the World’s Oldest Civilization?
- The Chongqing Days: Bomb Shelter Hot Pot
- The Chongqing Days: Shibati and the 18 Stairs Gentrification
- Dungeshwari Cave Temple: Where Buddha Starved Himself to Death
- 10 Massive Unanswered Questions in Captain Marvel
- Paying American Taxes Abroad
- Our Digital Oversoul
- American TESOL Institute (ATI) Review – In-Course Experience
White Papers & Press Releases
- TraDove Thought Leadership White Paper
- TraDove B2BCoin White Paper
- TraDove Rebrands and Relaunches Social Business Network to Enable B2B Buyer-Seller Matching & Blockchain Trading
- AI Buyer-Seller Matching and Global Blockchain Trading Power the New Partnership of Sourcing Industry Group (SIG) & TraDove Social Business Network
- TraDove B2B Blockchain Payment Version 1 Sets Stage for Secure Global Trading