What I do
I create blog content, usually between 800 and 1500 words, designed for your audience and SEO needs.
I’m a Technical Writer specializing in user’s manuals, product documentation, and long-form articles in practically any industry. My experience includes product development in IT and lean manufacturing.
WordPress is my specialty. Content includes tutorials, roundups, reviews, and news about the WordPress core, themes, plugins, services, design concepts, and Divi.
Product reviews are my specialty. Whether it’s stand-alone software, WordPress plugins, or even physical products, my reviews give your audience the information they need to make the best decision.
I have a bachelor’s in business with IT focus and can write about any business topics including business strategy, development, management, leadership, and more.
I create user’s guides for all types of software including desktop and mobile for both offline and online applications. WordPress. plugins, child themes, and services are my specialty.
I write about most eCommerce platforms with a strong focus on WooCommerce. Topics include everything from inventory to shipping to payments gateways – and everything in between.
I’m a professional content specialist with a background in management, IT (including database design, programming, and WordPress), and engineering (including robotics programming, computer vision systems, and Industrial Engineering in automotive lean manufacturing). I love WordPress, business, and writing, so starting a business that allowed me to write about WordPress was a no-brainer.
Randy A Brown
- WordPress user since 2009
- Writing about WordPress since 2014
- Automotive Industrial Engineer – 2011-2014
- Automotive Engineering Technician – 2005-2011
- Automotive Quality Inspection – 2004
- Consumer Electronics Technician – 1998-2004
- Plastics Molding Production Manager – 1991-1998
- B.S. in Business Management with an IT focus
- A.S. in Electronics
- Toyota Production System (Lean Manufacturing) Step 1 and 2
I write for some of the most popular websites on the planet. Here’s what they have to say about my work:
I Sometimes Blog Here
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Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. (2 Cor. 5:17 KJV)