I can't possibly name every website I've written about in the last year, but they have included several travel-related sites, lots of electronics reviews, gadgets and many more, both mainstream and off-the-wall niche.
An honorary mention has to go to M-Etech UK, as this was the first website I reviewed. This is one of those websites where you will find exactly what you're looking for to give to someone who has everything. It's based in the UK but has a warehouse in the US too.
The one which was the most fun was Need Help Write Now, which was so much fun I even wrote an article here about it as well.
Bo from South Carolina really caught my interest. He asked me to write a series about North Myrtle Beach, his adopted hometown, and I enjoyed researching it so much, my husband and I are now considering spending a vacation there one autumn. He’s just asked me for some more work too, but whether that’s more on North Myrtle Beach or not, I’m yet to find out.
Barrie asked me to provide content for his car sales website, writing his help pages. He’s yet to launch it, but after typing furiously for him for three months, I’ll be asking for a link when he does go live. I have been writing 800-word posts for him, so he pays twice as much. I'm now writing occasional off-the-wall and random articles on niche fashion for him.
There was also the very interesting service offered by Legacy Box Video, a website run by a video and photographic production specialist. The service allows priceless memories, photographs and items to be documented on DVD.
Of course, 'the interwebz' is not all joy and happiness, and I have also reviewed a site where former addicts talk about their near-death experiences and how they feel after surviving such a close brush with the Grim Reaper. Tough, but inspiring, for sure.
More recently, I was asked to enjoy myself writing about a travel photographer’s work. Now, I ask you, what’s not to like about crafting words to fit with amazing photographs that speak louder than anything I might write about them? Jason and I have worked together several times since his initial request for me to write about the jungle near Chiapas. Yes, repeat business through fiverr can be found.