Nearly everything you see written (and designed, but that’s another story) on Davidsvending.ca was written by myself (except two tid bit articles). The site was made with internet marketing in mind, and so the writing was written with the same goal. Here are some links to blog posts I also wrote for Davids Vending 3 […]
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My writing portfolio is rather extensive, and not all of it is shown on my website, but you can check out some of it in this archive. If you are looking for a particular type of writing sample, please get in touch! My e-mail is me [at] joycegrace [dot] ca
My ManageWP archive of WordPress articles can be seen here.
My Hootsuite blog articles relating to social media marketing can be seen here.
My CrazyEgg archive of articles on SEO and e-marketing is here,
My Elegant Themes archive on WordPress freelancing and design is here.
My article originally written for KissMetrics (now on Neil Patel's site) is here: "How to Make Your Website More Click-Worthy with Goals, Words and Common Sense." This article also ended up on Entrepreneur.com
My Native Ads blog archive is here
I wrote for an article for Webnames.ca, titled "4 Absolute Beginner Web Marketing Strategies for Launching a Small Business."
Also see my guest post on StoreYa's blog: "Using Facebook Advertising for an E-Commerce Store: Tips from an Expert" and my guest post for ManageWP on the MaxCDN blog. It's about tools to manage multiple WordPress sites.
And here are a few articles I've written at Kijiji about Vancouver related stuff:
9 Fun experiences that will make your day at the Vancouver Maritime Museum
Why Britannia Mine Museum is a dream come true for little boys, big boys and tomboys
5 Reasons you need to visit the Greenheart Canopy Walkway at UBC Botanical Garden
Canned fish is no boring subject at the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site
12 Lesser-known Vancouver Istagrammers who deserve recognition
Where are all the Vancouver YouTubers?
Why all Canadians should take a field trip to Fort Langley National Historic Site
My team and I write regularly on this education blog.
I write a lot of page content for various sites. Some of these sites, where I've done majority, if not all copywriting, can be seen here:
(Note: I also made the three sites linked-to above, which you can see in my websites portfolio).
And yes, there are PLENTY more cases of sales web copy writing not shown on my website.
Plus, see the writing sample case studies below!
Below is the text for an article I wrote for Business Fraser Valley News for their Nov, 09 edition, but I never actually got the published copy to show you a pdf. Nonetheless, it still stands to showcase my ability to write! Here is the full text that was sent to their newsroom: Become a […]
Yet another article I wrote for Business Fraser Valley News, this one called “Rules for an e-mail newsletter.” You can download the article here: BFV oct 09 – Rules for an email newsletter Unfortunately, I never got a copy of the full page in print :( Below is the full text of the article before […]
A column article I wrote for Business Fraser Valley News titled “YouTube Marketing Mini Guide”. The pdf can be downloaded here: BFV Sept 09 – YouTube marketing mini guide And full page where the article appeared is here: BFV Sept 09 full page Keep in mind this was a while ago, so the info might […]
Here is a copy of the article I wrote as an Internet column in Business Fraser Valley called “Reasons to use WordPress.” BFV Aug 09 – Reasons to use WordPress You can also see the article in the full page as it was published in the paper: BFV August 2009 full page Here is the […]
In July of 09, I wrote an article called “On top of the page game” for Business Fraser Valley News. Here is where you can get a copy of just the article: BFV Jul 09 – On top of the page game article Here is the full page that it appeared on: BFV July 2009 […]
While at my old job, working for a great Internet marketing company, I wrote a press release on the successful SEO campaign we performed for a client (yes, I helped with that!). His sales skyrocketed because of the position we put him at on Google, and he loved it (obviously). I wrote a lot of […]
Sort of like an advertorial, since I also created an advertisement to go with it (you can see it at the bottom of the file), this was an article to complement their online marketing feature, for which I was also interviewed. Here is the article I wrote for them titled “Marketing Online verses Offline” Adpages […]
Download a copy of the 2009 How-to edition of BIV magazines to see the article I wrote as an advertorial. Space was tight and lots of info had to go in there! >HowTo 2009p32 Across the page was an advertisement I created to go along with it.