I get asked this a lot...
What is a freelance ninja?
Hmm, a freelance ninja. I know, it's a crazy concept, but it made you stop long enough to find out why so I am obliged to try to explain it. I'm more of what you would call a freelance writer who can churn out content rather quickly. Ninja fast as I like to say which is where the ninja part fits in. I bet you didn't see that coming. See? That's more proof of the ninja connection. Okay. I admit it, the ninja part is a bit of a stretch. Well, quite honestly more of a gimmick. Did I mention I've spent most of my life in marketing? Ah, you didn't see that one coming either, did you? Well, now you know. I am a writer. I have been writing freelance web and blog articles and content since January 2014. It's a part-time job for me and I enjoy being able to assist website owners in filling their pages with content that is related to their specific needs. So far, no one has requested ninja articles but there's always that chance.
There are several ways to reach me but probably the most reliable, and most likely I will respond to, is via e-mail. You can send an e-mail to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you'd like to follow me online there are a number of ways to do that. I have a few Facebook Pages including Looseink Freelance Ninja and JamBusters! You can also find me on Twitter at looseink and JamBusters! I welcome you to join me on any of these social media platforms.
I also encourage you to visit some of my other website projects including:
Each of these websites contain blogs I update regularly.
Meet My Newest eBook!
The other home-based business we have started at virtually the same time I launched my freelance writing gig. Only this other one is food-related. My wife Brenda started making interesting jams, jellies, chutneys, relishes and salsas after someone stole our rhubarb.
This eBook tells the details about how JamBusters! was established and what we are doing with it today. It also includes valuable tips, tricks and secrets to help you get your home-based business off the ground.
Titled "Someone Stole Our Rhubarb: How We Started Our Home-Based Specialty Food Business," this may be the only guide you will need to be successful. Published in April 2017, download your copy for just $2.99 USD from Amazon.