Here are some examples of my work
This website was my summer 2016 project. While Alternative Adventures had a basic Weebly website, it was missing many key elements including effective search engine optimization and engaging content.
The goal of this project was mainly to improve the look and feel of the site as well as create content that effectively communicates the uniqueness of this attraction. I also got to make the logo and do a little video editing, which is always fun.
You can check out the site here
I will be helping Dr. Peter Boyne update his website this winter (2015).
Peter needs marketing, so I will be helping him with Facebook and a Constant Contact newsletter.
Check out the site here.
While I have done most of the writing, I did sub-contract a bit of it. Pretty cool for me. I was so busy with projects I had to hire someone to help me
On 27, Mar 2014 | In Writing and Editing | By wendy
Marmot Basin Blogs
This winter (2015) I’ll been doing some blogging for Jasper’s Marmot Basin. You can read them here.
Jasper Chiropractic and Body Care Clinic
I’ll be helping Dr Peter Boyne do some blogging to help him stay connected to current clients and engage new ones. I’m the writer, he’s the editor. Together we’ll be publishing some interesting health care info. You can read it here.
At the beginning of September of 2013, I started on a blogging journey with Jawdrop Marketing. To help improve the search engine rankings of nine clients, I was tasked with figuring out a sustainable way to get 18 blogs written, edited, formatted and SEO optimized each week.
I ended up creating a team that included another content manager, an SEO expert and a gang of on-line writers. Forming the writing team took a lots of effort, but we’re now (Feb 14) at the point where the blogs are rolling out at an affordable rate.
What have I been writing about? Take a look at my blog to find out.
I wrote this story it to explain why Parks Canada was closing the Maligne Pass Trail in Jasper National Park.
Parks Canada never writes anything fun, so I thought I’d try to amuse my sometimes dour colleagues.
The photo is by Kevin Hasson (thanks Kevin).