WriterAccess Company Overview
WriterAccess is the leading content creation platform, on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies in the US for four years in a row. Great content helps businesses thrive. Our platform makes it easy for companies and agencies to find the perfect freelance writer for their next project. Find writers, editors, translators and content strategists. Place orders for any content—articles, blog posts, website copy, product descriptions, press releases, and more—and get flawless copy back quickly. Manage the workflow with intuitive features that make it easy to schedule and scale production. Best of all, if you’re not delighted, you don’t pay!
Jobs at WriterAccess
Favorite hat: Stetson, thanks to family's deep roots in Texas
Byron White is a content marketing revolutionary, serial entrepreneur, published author, popular speaker, and great storyteller. He is the founder and CEO of WriterAccess, and the founder and chair of Content Marketing Conference, an annual gathering of companies, writers, industry experts and thought leaders. After a battle with cancer in 1992, he founded the Lost Ball Golf Tournament that has raised more than $100k for the Jimmy Fund. His giving nature is likewise noted with his proudest accomplishment, which is gainfully employing so many people over the years as an entrepreneur. Working is his thrill and passion, although he strives to make it fun and does in fact cherish every minute with his wife.
Director of Technology
Favorite hat: L.L. Bean fleece stocking cap, at least in winter "now that I have no hair"
Aaron has worked with Byron since the Web was in diapers. And with parenthood as his proudest accomplishment, he's no stranger to diapers, or even keeping a squeaky rubber duck in his desk drawer. Aaron oversees all software development, technology and innovation for the idealaunch properties, backed by impressive high-tech honors. He's twice qualified as a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer and his support of the online development community earned him Microsoft's honorary recognition as a Microsoft MVP. As expected, the Internet is one thing Aaron could not live without, although a daily dose of Dilbert.com runs a close second.
Content Success Manager