DAVID M. FREEDMANEditorial DirectorWriter, editor and authorDave has worked as a journalist, writer, and editor since 1978.He has served on the editorial staffs of professional, business, trade, and consumer magazines and newsletters.He
has also been involved in five successful non-fiction book projects: Dave
co-authored Death of an American (Continuum Publishing, New York, 1983).The book is based on the $100 million Singer vs.Wadman civil rights lawsuit filed in 1979. He
wrote Box-Making Basics, a woodworking book (Taunton Press, Newtown, CT, 1997). Dave edited Information Nation: Seven Keys to Information Management Compliance, by Randolph Kahn, attorney, and Barclay Blair, management consultant (AIIM, Silver Spring, MD, 2004).
wrote Chapter 45, on marketing communications, of the book Flying Solo: A Survival Guide for the Solo and Small Firm Lawyer, Fourth Edition (ABA, Chicago, 2005).He
is the coauthor of The Get Good Press Series of media relations handbooks (www.getgoodpress.com).
Newsletter writer, developer and publisherDave
writes feature articles for client newsletters (distributed by professional service firms to their clients, prospects, and referral sources) and edits a monthly employee newsletter for a corporation with offices around the world.He
has helped firms develop and launch newsletters and other periodicals.
In 1990, Dave
successfully launched a subscription-based newsletter, Section 42 Outlook, in the real estate development field.He
wrote, produced, and marketed the newsletter through its first year, and it was published continuously through August 2001, when the regulatory environment changed.Dave
has written extensively on the techniques of newsletter writing and publishing (see a list of his
has appeared on TV and spoken to professional associations about topics related to newsletters, non-fiction writing and business communications.
has written feature articles for dozens of national and local magazines, newsletters, and newspapers.Topics include business, personal finance, law, marketing communications, consumerism, technology, home improvement, woodworking, and others.He
has collaborated on magazine articles, as both coauthor and ghostwriter, with lawyers, accountants, financial planners and other professional advisers.
Rich website contentDave
has developed award-winning websites for professional firms, and has created rich content for existing firm websites.He
has spoken at conferences on Internet public relations strategies and techniques, including search engine optimization.
has produced educational and promotional literature (including newsletters, handbooks, brochures, website content, press releases, backgrounders, and marketing literature) for professional service firms, small companies, and large organizations.He
has helped professional service firms place byline feature articles with newspapers, magazines, and newsletters. (See a list of Dave's clients.)
has received awards for magazine feature writing, website content, newsletter writing, legal journalism, and media relations.
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