• Ad concept and design
• Custom content
• Project management
• Social media
• Thought leadership
• Web Content
Included among the following expert lists:
32 Inspiring Content Marketers Share Their #1 Content Marketing Tips
Referenced in What’s the secret to great content marketing
180 leading data science, big data and analytics bloggers
For a selection of clips, see my Contently page.
See published works grouped by topic here:
AI & Analytics
Blockchain & Crypto
Logistics & Supply Chain
Long term freelance projects:
2018 - present
Zylotech marketing tech blogs, eBooks, whitepapers thought leadership articles (some not under my ow byline)
October 2016 - present
DMNews Technological innovations for marketers.
August 2014 - present
Techopedia articles on technological advances
Working at United Business Media Feb. 2010-Feb. 2018
at the following sites:
All except Information Week have now been taken offline; the PDFs of those published articles can be seen on my Contently Portfolio.
2011- present: former UBM properties now owned by AspenCore EbnOnline
July 2016 - January 2018
Telco Transformation: blogs and interviews
June 2015 - December 2017
Baseline Technology for business articles, particularly case studies, based on interviews, experience, and research.
June 2015 - June 2016
TheNewIP Technology articles concerned with cloud computing, IoT, 5G and security concerns related to connectivity based on personal interviews and research
Other freelance projects include the following:
2018 article for AdWeek
2018 articles for Dice Insights
2017 article for DemandGen on Segmentation
2016 article for IBM Watson on targeted marketing
2015 article on big data for Bentley Magazine
2015 articles on GE Predix: the Industrial Cloud
2015 article for Forbes Teradata
2015 article for Inside Analysis
2014 Original articles on 3D printing that include first-hand accounts and my own interviews posted on 3DprintingIndustry.com
September 2013: publication of Is Digital Currency Catching On? for CFO Magazine.
April - July 2013 several original articles on digital currency for CoinDesk.
September 2012 contributions to the launch of Fierce Big Data.
August 2012 Key Questions for Content Marketing: a guest blog written for Level343.com.
2012- 2013 Tiger Supplies: Technical writing job involved presenting, categorizing, and explaining industry specific tools. I also wrote general descriptions to be used in promoting the medical supplies site. For marketing through social media I collaborated with the marketing department and owner on strategies, enhanced and updated the business’s Facebook page with posts and pictures, and composed promotional emails. Twitter following increased 450%.
RCCS: I came up with the title for the cookbook, Dishing Out Miracles. I composed the book’s introduction and edited it to remove errors before printing. I composed emails sent out to request donations.
Ossie’s Toy Fund: I composed press releases, solicitation and thank you letters, and set up the web content with selected pictures for this nonprofit organization that delivers toys to sick children and their siblings for the holidays. I also promoted its key fundraising event through social media.
Christina Tramontozzi, Head of Demand Generation, Content Marketing at Zylotech
We’ve been working with Ariella as a contract writer to help with blogs, whitepapers, articles, and more for about a year. Our most versatile writer, she’s been able to work with any topic presented to her, even technical ones, and to write to multiple personas. Ariella has a unique ability to bring analysis into her writing style through research. This also brings a validity to her voice that makes readers trust her. We’re often impressed with how fast Ariella is to deliver quality work while always meeting our deadlines. In terms of working with her, she goes above and beyond to be part of the team by promoting all of our content on social media and in other ways, even ones that are prepared by other hired writers. It’s been a pleasure to work with Ariella, and I hope to continue working with her for years to come.
Emily Wydeven, Editor at Techopedia.I’ve worked with Ariella for a little over a year, and during that time I’ve gotten to see many fantastic examples of her work. She’s extremely responsive and reliable, and is always willing to incorporate feedback into her articles. Ariella always produces informative and engaging content, and provides the sources to back up her info. Furthermore, she often conducts interviews that allow for a deeper understanding and more in-depth perspective than many other articles out there.
Benjamin Gold, Owner, Temberton Analytics
We've hired Ariella a number of times as a contract writer over the past few years. She has deep familiarity with the latest innovations in data analytics and AI, which she draws on in writing about my business. She crafts content marketing pieces that provide information that addresses customer concerns and pain points rather than just boasting about the company, which has proven very effective. Drawing connections and finding thematic contexts allows her writing to rise above the standard one sees in web content. She always respects deadlines and delivers top-notch work.
Yichun Claire Tu , Marketing Manager, Data Science Fellow at NYC Data Science Academy
Ariella joined our marketing team in early 2017 as a Senior Writer and Editor. We have been working closely on several media publications and editing projects. I very enjoy my time working with Ariella and find her a truly valuable asset to the team. Ariella shows a great ability to write technical contents in an understandable and engaging way. She is thoughtful, hard-working, and incredibly reliable. She is magically able to manage to create and edit tens of technical articles from different authors at the same time and never miss a deadline. She makes the whole content generation process go so smoothly and effectively. Without a doubt, any team would be lucky to have her.
Eileen Feretic,Former Editorial Director, ZDE Websites, and Editor in Chief, Baseline and CIO Insight, at QuinStreet
Ariella has been writing articles for Baseline for about a year, and I am very pleased with her work. She interviews executives and writes insightful stories about their companies. Ariella also suggests articles and tracks down relevant sources. She is a good writer who understands the enterprise tech industry.
Hailey McKeefry, Editor-in-Chief, EBN
Ariella is a regular contributor to EBN as a blogger about the global electronics supply chain. She demonstrates a solid knowledge about the field and is particularly in touch with the human rights and ecological issues that electronics OEMs face. Ariella also has a deep understanding of the technologies that are impacting the supply chain (robotics, IoT, etc.) She is a strong writer and always on time.
Elizabeth Starr Miller Coyne, Former Editor, The New IP
Ariella's work for The New IP has been outstanding. Her articles are concise, well-written and engaging, and she works independently and easily meets deadlines. It's a pleasure to work with her.
Clive (Max) Maxfield, Former Editor of EE Times
I've been working with Ariella for a couple of months now and it's been a real pleasure. Ariella has written a number of columns for EE Times -- they are always on interesting topics, ranging from 3D prototyping to new medical technologies, and they are always well researched. Best of all -- from my point of view -- is that Ariella is extremely professional and always meets her deadlines
Saul Sherry, Former Editor of Big Data Republic
Ariella is the consumate professional writer, who generates great article ideas as well as she responds to both broad and narrow briefs. All content she produces is of the highest quality. She is also social media savvy, continuing with engagement across a variety of media.
Beth Schultz, Former Editor-in-Chief of All Analytics
Ariella comes up with great ideas and delivers fresh content requiring minimal editing. I know I can rely on her for quality writing.
Kim Davis, Editor-in-Chief at DMN, also Former UBM editor
Ariella is an adept and reliable writer on tech subjects. I edited and published many blogs by her.
Michael Steinhart, Former Executive Editor of All Analytics
Ariella is a consummate professional who delivers well-written, thought-provoking content and follows up by engaging the readership in lively conversation. She's a tremendous asset to our sites.
Alison Diana, Former Executive Editor of Internet Evolution, current Editor of Broadband World News
Ariella pitched and wrote creative articles for Internet Evolution's audience of IT professionals at midsize and large organizations. On the rare occasion when her work required a tweak, she responded quickly and with a good nature, speedily returning the reworked copy in order to meet our deadlines. She was also happy to take on suggested story ideas, giving them her own well-researched twist. Ariella interacted with readers' comments, responding to their questions, suggestions, and ideas. She was a delight to work with throughout the entire writing and editing process.
From Write Way Productions clients:
Ariella was a pleasure to work with. She intuitively understood what was necessary to get our projects finished ahead of schedule and well within budget. Ariella was extremely resourceful and knowledgeable and was able to make suggestions and recommendations that were extremely beneficial. Her professionalism and enthusiasm allowed us to get better results than we ever could have envisioned.
Ariella Brown, Publisher of Write Way Productions, works hard to ensure that her publications provide the best possible editorial content for her readers, as well as solid value for her advertisers. As an editor, Ariella has a talent to make a story "pop." As a business person, she is organized, cheerful, creative, and diligent. It's a pleasure working with her.
Ariella was professorial and has done a wonderful job for us. I highly recommend her.
Publisher and Executive Editor
Kallah Magazine & its site June 2005-June 2011
Sample issues available here
I created the concept and built the website that was transformed a few times while the publication was active. In its current form it remains up as a service to readers with some useful information, though it no longer is monetized. It still draws thousands of visits each year. The corresponding blog and Facebook page remain active and continue to drive engagement.
“The Advent of the American Sheitel.” Queens CollegeJournal of Jewish Studies. Vol. VI (Spring 2004) 93-101. That content is available online here .
My dissertation: (En)gendering Romanticism: A Study of the Novels of Charlotte Brontë is available online
For more examples of my writing, see my Contently Portfolio.