When I was a writer and editor for Test&Measurement World, an engineering trade magazine, the most enjoyable part of the job was writing my monthly editorial. They were meant to be pithy, thought-provoking, controversial, inspiring, and sometimes humorous. In other words, exactly what blog postings are supposed to be. I didn’t realize it then—because blogs had not yet been invented—but I was born to blog.
Perhaps that’s one reason that my ham radio blog is the #1 ham radio blog on Google. That is to say, when you type “ham radio blog” or “amateur radio blog” into Google, I come up #1. (btw, I’m also #1 on Bing.)
I sometimes can’t believe it, but I also get paid to blog. I blog under my own byline on amateur radio for Amateur Radio Supplies, as well as on commercial building for Commercial Building Products. I also “ghost-blog” for other companies.
And, if that’s not enough, I also do WordPress development work. Along with a graphics designer, I’ve developed custom themes, custom widgets, and custom plugins.
As you can see, I love to blog, and I believe that I can help you be a better blogger. Whether it’s help developing your blog content, coaching on what and how to write blog posts, or custom WordPress development work, I can help you. Email me at email@example.com or phone me at 734-930-6564.
Here are some other things that you might find amusing:
- I was born in Detroit, MI, USA; have lived and worked in San Diego, CA and Boston, MA; and have been happily living in Ann Arbor, MI, USA since 1985.
- I am a ham radio operator, callsign KB6NU. Read my ham radio blog, which happens to be the top-rated ham radio blog, according to Google.
- I am the author of the No-Nonsense Amateur Radio License Study Guides.
- I am a member of the Ann Arbor (MI, USA) Rotary Club.
- A facilitator with the Rotary Leadership Institute, Great Lakes Division.
- I am a sausage maker.