I’m Kim, a full time B2B technology freelance content marketing writer and games journalist.
I love helping people and content marketing helps me solve businesses’ problems by building trust with their customers via well-worded blogs and articles on their brand’s websites. My years of writing for television audiences made me good at turning complex messages into easy-to-digest ideas for non-experts.
I meet deadlines, I care about the quality of my work, and my goal is to make clients happy every time. I have been writing professionally for 15 years, and have owned my freelance business for 5 years. My expertise includes cloud computing and personal computing. My clients include Frontier Business and Frontier Residential, and my work also has appeared in The New York Times, PCMag, CNN, TechRadar, and Fanbyte. I have a degree in Broadcast Journalism, and I am Hubspot certified.
Hire me today to make a difference for your brand.
HOW I CAN HELP YOU
- Write blog posts, web copy, or newsletters for your business. Here’s my content marketing portfolio.
- Write articles for your publication. Here’s my journalism portfolio.
Do get in touch for whatever else you need. I’m a bit chatty, and I’d love to discuss your next project right away!
HOW I BECAME A WRITER
This is a frequently asked question that is best answered visually.
Here’s the official timeline:
- 1988: I learn to read, and the world of books is opened to me. I instantly decide that I want to be the one putting words to paper in the future.
- 1992: I win my first writing competition and believe this is the first step toward conquering the world.
- 2000: I embarrass myself on my high school’s television news broadcasts every morning.
- 2004: Graduate from the University of Georgia with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, a belief that I can set the world alight with my words, and a desire to be a tv news producer.
- 2004: Start my first job as a tv news producer at a small NBC affiliate in Augusta, GA. I don’t set the world alight, but I do learn a lot about the local economy and James Brown.
- 2007: Hired at CNN in Atlanta after sending in cover letters every Sunday for months.
- 2008: Cover my first Olympics for CNN International.
- 2008-2014: Write scripts for broadcast at CNN and field produce tv segments.
- 2015: Strike out on my own to start a website called Esports Source featuring news and feature writing about esports and video games.
- 2016: Briefly join CNN again to work during the 2016 Presidential Election.
- 2017: Dive back into full time freelance journalism and fashion reselling.
- 2020: Begin content marketing writing in addition to journalism thanks to an interest in technology and cloud computing.