To help your decision-making, here are my most relevant highlights in writing and content:
Customers want you to be human – with the right technology blog far surpassed other blogs in traffic and engagement. So on the theme I disagreed with a Forbes article – forging an ongoing relationship with the journalist!
Commuter Chaos – capitalising on Waterloo Upgrade (Aug 2017) and statistics on remote working and cybersecurity.
I made my first infographic on cybersecurity – I was proud of my attempt (which took me ages) and a mini-campaign from my idea. (Also started learning Canva / Photoshop this January, as a result…)
The page on DECT Cordless phones makes the list because I transformed the lowest performing web page (0 leads for months) with keyword analysis (Moz, SEMRush). After I worked on it on a Sunday (!), 2 leads came in on the Monday!
Social Media Tips – My Guest Instagram post on a bad first draft reminds me of what we talked about today!
Incognito – Winter Destinations blog post and promotion led to a huge increase in traffic and e-commerce sales during their off-peak season, from keyword analysis.
Telegraph Money investment strategy feature on Hetty Green received ‘an almost embarrassing amount of praise’ from editors & hit #1 on the most read list in the Money section online for the entire week. (Also 2-page broadsheet piece in print). I’ve written more for them.
Pensions Age – Going right back, my first feature on ethical investing.
I drew this inbound marketing diagram on my Instagram – if you like it I can give you a copy! :)
I hope these examples showcase my technical affinity, adaptability and my superb suitability for a role with you!