Car Insurance Samurai Welcomes Experienced Financial Writer to Team
In an effort to improve its content and attract more readers the Car Insurance Samurai has added experienced business and financial writer Daniel G. Jennings to its team. Mr. Jennings will have exclusive control over the website's editorial content.
June 20, 2014 (Newswire.com) - The Car Insurance Samurai, a website dedicated to providing the public with interesting news and information about automobile insurance, is pleased to welcome highly experienced financial writer Daniel G. Jennings to its team.
Jennings has written articles for a wide variety of websites, including the Motley Fool, Seeking Alpha, Off the Grid News, and Bennzinga. His wide variety of interests are reflected in the wide variety of topics he has written about, including stock analysis, corporate profiles, book sales, insurance, annuities, real estate, politics, international affairs, oil and gas, energy, civil rights, the courts, legal rights, news, investment, general finance, consumer finance, e-commerce, alternative energy, banking, and investment banking.
In addition to his articles, Mr. Jennings has worked as a ghost writer and copywriter for a wide variety of blogs he cannot name because of legal and professional obligations. In that capacity, he has written about insurance, investments, stocks, automobiles, industry, the law, legal topics, e-commerce, true crime subjects, credit cards, and alternative health. He has also maintained a variety of blogs for a number of different clients.
Jennings has an MBA from the University of Phoenix and a bachelor's degree in history and journalism from Metropolitan State College (now University) of Denver. Before embarking upon a career as a freelance writer and serial entrepreneur, Jennings worked in newspapers, accounts payable for TeleTech (a major phone service corporation), and at far too many temporary jobs to name.
Mr. Jennings is currently hard at work on a series about Uber and its effect on cars, Google's self-driving cars, Telemetrics devices, hydrogen-fuel cell cars, no-fault auto insurance, and several other topics for the Car Insurance Samurai. He will also contribute to the Samurai's general series about new cars, super cars, the automobile industry, and the auto insurance industry.
In the future, Jennings hopes to create a series of articles on lowering car insurance rates. The Car Insurance Samurai is seeking new writers to join its team and is in particular need of individuals with experience in the preparation of press releases.
Insurance industry professionals are invited to check out the Car Insurance Samurai for advertising needs and general information about the industry. For more information and to see Mr. Jennings' articles, please visit the Car Insurance Samurai today.