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nDash Writer Profile for Alex Niebaum

Alex Niebaum

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About Me

I'm Alex.  I have been writing for years.  My passion for writing and correcting grammatical errors has served me well.  I am currently pursuing my B.A. in Psychology along with a freelance writing career.  I specialize in Veterinary and Psychology work, but am also an efficient researcher.  I am a competitive equestrian and enjoy playing guitar, watching movies, eating all kinds of food and writing anytime.

Industries I Write About

Mental Health Care

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Veterinary

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My Writing Samples

Tips for Adopting a New Puppy

steps to take before adopting a new puppy, written in friendly tone

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Zjplzy_JrvEztOs34sKmI8x88iyqebIyiUIcYAYBr_A/edit?usp=sharing

Make a Target Run

Simple article, written in professional tone

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YOt43EsycpbdsydsjFQRW1WSDouz8hrfoNKHRwjK22E/edit?usp=sharing

Experience

Assistant Technician

Assist technicians, feed and water animals, clean kennels, administer medication

Company: Critter Fixer Veterinary Hospital

I worked there from 8/2016 until 5/2018

Freelance Writer

Write articles, blog posts, assignments, etc. for clients

Company: Hire Writers

I worked there from 2/2019 until now

Content I Write

Ideas and Pitches I Wrote

A Story to Remember

Jingles and loud noises are common tactics businesses use for their audience to remember their name. What many businesses lack, is creative minds. An eloquent story demonstrates intelligence and personality. These stories are personal to an audience and not only help them remember, but they feel as if they already know the characters. They know the lonely old man on the corner, or the girl with a mysterious mark on her arm. It encourages self-reflection and wonder, which are most effective.

Content type: Article

Keywords: third-person narrative

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