Hi! I’m Ken.
What I’ve Done
- Oilfield. Mudlogging, kind of like a geologist’s assistant.
- General office temp, including
- Lots of data entry
- And much, much more
- [Owned a Flower Shop
- Confirmed a long held belief that I am not an entrepreneur
- Learned more about flowers than I need to know
- Now know and like Alstroemeria]
- Staff accountant
- Asset accounting
- Audit preparation and presentation
- Financial Analyst
- Accounting Software upgrades
- Corporate DB interface and recon
- Automate portfolios of assets with 3000 line VB program
- Model corporate finances
Areas of Experience and interest.
In short, everything. Copywriters like reading, studying, learning, writing, and so forth.
A copywriter is a knowledge worker, in the fullest sense of the word.
Pick a topic:
Economics, especially as it relates to value and money
Philosophy (my undergraduate degree)
Politics, with a libertarian bent
Geology, especially as found in the Mountain West
Travel, Road Trip!
My niche is Money, Value, and Economics.
This is about you, though. What is it that you have to say? What do you need to tell your clients? You have the product, the service. Your clients have the need. And my expertise is knowing the language of your clients. Knowlege is the currency of the writer.
OK. Resume question (as it relates to copywriting):
Greatest Strength: My writing skills. I have a masterful command of the language, a large volcabulary, and varied sentences.
Greatest Weakness: My writing skills. A good copywriter must be able to write on a sixth grade level. Let’s face it. Nobody wants to slog through college level writing. I know I don’t.
☆ When I write for you, know that my writing is meant to sparkle and be easy to read. ☆
That is my job as a copywriter.
P.S. AND I haven’t had my post-covid haircut, yet.