Miscellaneous writing examples

In addition to articles and other content that I have written and published on various platforms outlined in my portfolio, I have a collection of writing examples that I wrote as assignments from time to time. These assignments are typically given to me when I apply to companies for positions at those companies. I have […]

Guest articles

I have written a number of guest articles on external sites as part of our broader marketing initiatives. These guest articles are typically about marketing, content and advertising themes. The Drum July 2016 – present I wrote a sponsored article for Imonomy titled “Publishers are the New Revenue Alchemists” which examines the interconnected relationships between publishers, […]

Imonomy Interactive blog contributions

January 2015 – August 2016, April 2017 – Present (freelance) I was the lead content writer and contributed numerous articles to the Imonomy Interactive blog as part of my employment as a Content Marketing Specialist. Since April 2017, I have assisted Imonomy on a freelance basis with articles for the Imonomy blog. Imonomy is an […]

Web•Tech•Law blog

December 2005 – January 2015 The Web•Tech•Law blog is blog about the intersection of the Web, technology and the law. Its articles are primarily about social media- and technology-related legal themes and I wrote them over the course of several years as part of my business’ primary marketing effort. My marketing was almost entirely conducted through blog […]

MarkLives contributions

November 2012 – December 2015 I contributed to a legal/tech column on MarkLives and wrote about a number of tech- and policy-related legal themes: Tech Law: Content piracy and a panicked industry Tech Law: Changing privacy norms Tech Law: Media insight — What changes to Facebook’s governance structure mean for users Tech Law: Media myths […]

htxt.africa contributions

October 2013 – November 2014 htxt.africa is a popular South African tech news site. I contributed a number of articles on tech-related policy themes. South African Netflix users aren’t legit, they’re just ‘paying pirates’ The Draft National IP Policy undermines FOSS Could the iPhone 5s’ fingerprint reader be used for legal contracts? When law becomes […]