Tired of dealing with freelance writers who don't seem to understand how your platform works or the advanced technologies powering it?
I can help.
I help B2B technology companies create compelling, audience-focused content about their platform, their products, and the advanced technologies powering them.
I create original, well-researched, in-depth content about complex technological concepts, content that can help your technology company:
Establish Industry Authority
Content that demonstrates thought leadership, impacts target audiences in meaningful ways, and can help establish your company as an industry leader.
Attract Target Audiences
Original pieces of content each designed to attract a specific target audience;
from enterprise CEO and head of product to CTO and developers.
Increase Brand Awareness
Content that clearly explains how your platform and products work, why companies need them, and helps increase the awareness of your brand.
Looking for a writer who can create compelling content about
your platform and the advanced technologies powering it?:
My name is Janet Wagner.
I'm a freelance technical writer and data journalist who specializes in creating well-researched, in-depth content about advanced technologies including (but not limited to):
GIS / Maps / Beacons
APIs / Microservices
If you are in need of a writer who can create compelling
content about complex technological concepts:
Content that Works.
I help B2B technology companies create compelling, in-depth content about their platform, their products, and the advanced technologies powering them, content such as:
If you are looking for a writer who can create compelling
content about your platform and products:
Companies I've Worked With
I've been a regular contributor to ProgrammableWeb, the world's leading source of news and information about APIs, since February 2012. I cover breaking news, in-depth analysis, and product reviews.
I've worked with a number of technology companies including:
E-book published on the Sift Science website that covers the importance of choosing the right machine learning-powered fraud prevention solution.
The e-book highlights the features that set Sift Science apart from other fraud prevention solutions such as online learning, large-scale machine learning, rescoring, labels, an ensemble of models and global models, console/data visualizations, and n-gram analysis.
Article published on ProgrammableWeb that takes a detailed look at the web search tools/APIs provided by Google and Microsoft.
Article includes side-by-side comparison charts for some of the features of Google and Microsoft web search APIs such as search results customization, location and market-aware results, image-only search, instant answers, and more.
Article published on ProgrammableWeb that covers the increasing use of convolutional neural networks (CNNs) to improve computer vision methods.
The article features companies providing image recognition platforms that include automatic photo tagging and classification.
Article published on the SmartBear Software Blog that covers how Netflix successfully moved from a monolithic to cloud-based microservices architecture and helped pave the way for other companies to do the same.
Netflix has become one of the most well-known examples of a modern microservices architecture; if an article mentions microservices, odds are, it also mentions Netflix.
Article published on ProgrammableWeb that features some of the most widely used mapping APIs and geodata sources; Google Maps, Bing Maps, MapQuest, OpenLayers, etc.
Free e-book from AlchemyAPI, an IBM company, that features six practical deep learning use cases including voice-activated assistants, recommendation engines, image recognition, image tagging, pattern recognition, and advertising.