Lincoln Ndirangu – Tech/Product Review Copywriter

Lincoln Ndirangu is a professional freelance tech copywriter based in Nairobi, Kenya. For over 7 years, his area of focus has been writing web content, along with engaging the online audience. Deep in his soul lies a quest to educate others through words.

He lives by the words of Patrick Rothfuss, which say: “Words can light fires in the minds of men. Words can wring tears from the hardest hearts”.

My freelancing journey began back in 2013. That was the first time I ever wrote a web page. I spent countless hours researching and putting up the facts together – for 500 words pieces. But if I remember correctly, it was slave labor – the agency I was working for was paying its writers peanuts. To increase your daily bread, you had to write more articles per day. At the time, Google wasn’t so smart — and internet marketers were having it easy.

I imagine those days are gone now.

As an internet marketer, one has to craft ever-green and engaging content to stay on top. Otherwise, competitors who are publishing quality content will crash you. Of course, content alone will not guarantee sales. But without engaging content, you are also squeezing sales.

As you hunt for an expert in SEO, also invest in a talented copywriter.

I’m here to help with crafting marketing content — be it product reviews, sales pages, blog posts, landing page or social media posts.

Also, I will optimize all content written for search engines (On-page SEO).

I can manage topics like:

  • Cryptocurrency and the Blockchain.
  • Tech Gadget Reviews.
  • Game reviews.
  • Artificial Intelligence.
  • Digital Marketing.
  • Automobile.

Pricing ranges between  $0.05 and $0.01 per word. For large projects, we can work out a discount.

I also do proofreading and editing at an affordable price.

When I’m not plunged into the writing world, I enjoy spending time in nature, listening to uplifting music, shooting hoops, or engaging my social media following.

Finding freelance writers is a difficult task. If you have a large writing project on the pipeline, let’s talk.