What I'm Writing Online

Most readers of Beyond the Rhetoric know that I work full-time as a freelance writer. You may have noticed some of my blog posts that discuss the business, like different approaches to freelancing that you may consider. I feel that I have managed to achieve a pretty good level of success, but there is always room to grow.

While you may be familiar with what I post on Beyond the Rhetoric, you may not be quite as familiar with some of the other work that I post around the Internet. I’ve done this a couple of times before, but I thought it would be apt to share some of the articles that I have written recently for other websites. Feel free to leave any feedback or constructive criticism through the comment form at the bottom of this page.

REVIEW – Griffin iTrip for iPod nano 4G (Mobile Magazine)

“As you can probably fathom, this is far from the first time that Griffin has come out with an iTrip FM transmitter for the iPod. In fact, they already had an iTrip for iPod nano four years ago. That’s not to say that the FM transmitters of yesteryear are quite the same thing as today…”

What Does Wii Stand For (LoveToKnow)

“Since it is easily one of the most unique names for a video game console, it’s understandable that you may be asking, “What does Wii stand for?” There has to be some kind of rationale for that brand name, right?”

Marketing 101: ROI on Featured Users (BlueFur)

“Many companies are using Twitter as a marketing tool, because it allows them to connect with consumers in real-time. They can simultaneously reach out to thousands of people around the world and interact with a single customer on a one-on-one basis. Twitter is a very powerful tool, but it’s not very useful to a business unless…”

Guide to Twitter Clients For the Desktop (Futurelooks)

“When Twitter first launched in 2006, it was a preferred microblogging arena for social media enthusiasts and diehard online geeks. These days, it’s populated by everyone from Jason Calacanis to Perez Hilton, Miley Cyrus to Martha Stewart. If you don’t think this social networking service has gone mainstream…”

One Theme Expands with One Panel Interface (John Chow dot Com)

“It seems that Lee Cooper really enjoys the reviews that I do on John Chow dot Com, because this isn’t the first time that he has ordered a review here. It was almost one year ago that we were first introduced to One Theme. A few months later, we took a look at some of the new features that were added…”