Business is about relationships. Finding, understanding and utilizing relationships effectively determines much of what your business achieves. Whether you need attention to specific areas of focus or someone able to grasp the broad picture and strategic implications of your efforts, I can help you make the connections in your relationships and processes needed for success.
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I offer a variety of authoring and eBusiness services: blogging, social media PR, marketing, strategic planning, technology integration and consulting, content...
Connectionary: -n. One who lucidly connects everything.
Hello, my name is Sean Wilson, and I would like to thank you for taking the time to find out more about me. I'm a freelance eBusiness/systems support consultant and author with a diverse range of experience and skills. If you need good writing, there are a lot of good writers available for hire--but if you need a unique voice and perspective as well, contact me.
What I bring to a project is vision, understanding, competence and creativity--all of which will do more for you than someone chasing the latest trend or technology.
Blogging, PR for social media, op-ed, geopolitics, technology, business, marketing, economic development, social media, and military topics are some of my favorite subjects and strongest areas of writing. Poetry, fiction and lyrics are things I enjoy writing as well. Band/artist marketing, the music industry and audio recording/mixing are topics I keep abreast of--as I played guitar in a few rock, punk and metal bands. Since music is dear to me, I still write and record songs occasionally.
In addition to having authored an IT related newspaper column, "Technically Speaking," I served in the capacity as Public Relations Chair for a collegiate student government sponsored writers' group. I have been involved in three writing groups over the years, and participate in the National Novel Writing Month competition every year. I have traveled overseas to several countries and have a variety of...
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