What I Do & Why
I have been running “A Chronic Voice” since 2015, with nearly 30,000 followers across four social media platforms to date. My primary audience are those with chronic and mental health conditions, who are looking for support, information, tips and resources on how to manage pain and improve their quality of life.
Apart from that, I work on providing educational material to the general public that are backed by facts and research. I also strive to humanise and articulate pain experiences, which are often misunderstood in modern society. I want to close the gap between the sick and healthy, doctor and layperson alike. We are all human, and we need to work together if we want a better society to live in.
Why Work with Me?
Here are some services that I offer. Package rates for combination and contract work are available as well. Contact me for more specific enquiries.
- Sponsored Posts & Reviews
Educational & research articles, and/or reviews of your product, service, app, etc published to this blog.
Sidebar text and banner ads, social media promotion, etc.
- Content Writing
Articles written for your website or blog, either on a one-off or recurrent basis.
- Social Media Management
Management or takeovers of your social media accounts such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Includes post scheduling using tools such as Buffer & Tailwind, audience interaction, ad promotions, etc.
- Chronic Illness Bloggers’ Network Recruitment
Finding the most suitable bloggers for niche chronic illness/disability/health topics through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Our bloggers have a combined reach of 4 million patients, and we have experience working with a wide variety of brands.
- Web Development
My Published Writing Works
A reference list of my writing works, published to various news and media outlets.
Send me a message for rates and enquiries.
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