Tabitha takes professional pride in delivering web content that is both original and engaging. She edits her own work obsessively and takes every opportunity to hone her writing skills. Her projects have a track record of 100% acceptance and a very low revision rate.
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Tabitha's single favorite form of writing is the blog post. She maintains several personal blogs on a variety of subjects. Paid projects span the range from profound to humorous and comprise such disparate topics as insurance, hair loss, bass fishing, garage door repair, fall fashions, Facebook graph search, responsive web design, optimizing offshore shipping costs, and customer loyalty. She provides stellar content not only in these blog posts, but also in her other pieces, such as advertisements, product descriptions, informative pages, and articles.
Tabitha has been writing professionally for about five years. She worked part time through college and then branched out, gaining experience with several online content providers similar to Constant Content.
While in college, Tabitha elected extra writing and linguistics courses and maintained a 4.0 GPA in the field. In both her major areas of study, Music and Education, she gained experience writing scholarly and academic pieces. This helped her develop an extensive working knowledge of both APA and MLA format.
Since graduating with her Bachelor's degree Tabitha has been pursuing professional development as a writer. So far she has completed one graduate class in the area of writing, and she's recently begun to work toward gaining credentials and experience as a copyeditor as well.
Tabitha is a certified music teacher and gets excited about music very easily. She can play ten different instruments, although not simultaneously, and has worked in a variety of industries such as landscaping, food preparation, HVAC, office work, childcare, and cleaning services. She has volunteer experience in library work, community event organization, youth work, and farming/agriculture, and has volunteered at several Special Olympics events as well.
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