nDash.com is a content creation platform that provides brands and agencies with access to the world's top freelance writers.
The long(ish) version:
I’m Josh, a freelance content writer who, like you, is sick of the boring, regurgitative crap that most writers create. I’m out to change that.
To that end, rather than spend a couple of paragraphs describing what that means, I’m going to let my work speak for itself. Check out a couple of these examples, and see if they feel like the kind of thing you’re after.
I primarily focus on SaaS & tech industries, as well as digital marketing (so I guess MarTech would be an ideal vertical for me), but have experience writing in niches such as health and wellbeing, hiring, HR, people development, and music tech.
Why work with me?
You should get in touch if you’re looking to prioritize user intent and the reader experience above everything else, and you want to create content that says something meaningful and valuable, with a tonne of character and relatability.
I’m out to prove that you can make this the number one priority, and still win SERP positions (I’ve got over 1300 first-page positions to prove it).
Work with me if you are too.
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Experience writing for high-profile brands in SaaS/tech, marketing/advertising, HR/workplace coaching niches, (monday.com, for example)
Company: multiple freelance opportunites
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