You will also find a link to my publishing website, liquidinkpublications.com. There you will find posts, links, and articles about writing, publishing, and successful freelancing.
If you are searching for enhanced web browser recognition, then you want a writer skilled in Search Engine Optimization (SEO). As a copywriter, I have learned the techniques of SEO and understand the delicate balance between well placed keywords that will drive customers to your site and overly saturated articles sure to be flagged by search engines.
When I write your copy, I will use the latest in trending topics and SEO keyword content to create quality articles and posts for your company.
The following are links to blogs and articles I have written for businesses throughout the United States and Australia. Posts such as these are written to client specifications and supported by current, credible research.
Sport and Fitness
Health and Wellness
Home and Garden Articles:
Gambling and Other Interests
Society and Culture
Do you want to grow your business?
Do you have a web presence already established but need a wow factor to develop a following?
Using the WordPress or Blogger platforms, I will create a blog that reflects the personality of your business and captures the attention of a quick click reader.
A well designed and written blog will not only drive traffic to your website, it will educate new and existing clients on your product and services, as well as create a base of potential customers.
The following links are to websites I have designed and/or written for.
Iron Jungle Training: Sports training blog
WordKandy: Literature blog
Project Storyteller: Creative writing education
Steampunk Tempest: Academic
Liquid Ink Publications: Publishing and writing
Dirty Whipped Cream : Erotica blog
Walt Whitman’s Paradox: The Philosophy of Democracy and the Poetics of Subjugation
by Kristie Camacho
In A Reader’s Guide to Walt Whitman, Gay Allen states, “the great problem in interpreting the poems of Leaves of Grass is to find a suitable context . . . The fact that the context is necessary proves that the poems do have a unity of some kind, but the unity is so subjective that there is always the danger that each critic, by applying his own subjective context will find whatever meaning he wishes” (148). Similar to Allen’s views of the critic’s interpretation, Whitman has created a collection of poems that are contingent upon his particular contextual outlook. Whitman’s vision of democracy consisted of a nation of strong individuals, knowledgeable of and accepting in their position of divinity. In order to create such a nation of ideal human beings, Whitman relied upon the male/female sense of gender appropriate behavior. Although Whitman himself was a supporter of equality (most likely a result of his Quaker influences) he was unable to resolve the discrepancies between his divine plan for the nation’s future, and the necessity of the female to assume a position of subjugation. In light of such contradictions, Whitman chose not to choose. Instead, he represented the best qualities of both genders, while espousing the duties expected of them. Within his poetry, Whitman gave voice and praise to those women seeking freedom from gender roles, and to those women who loved their place within the domestic realm. He was certainly a voice for all positions, and although his paradoxes may have seemingly helped, then hindered the female plight, his immortal words gave countless individuals pause to ruminate upon these issues, and perhaps make lasting changes of their own.