Helen Wurthmann

Helen Wurthmann

Helen has been writing professionally for over 10 years, giving her plenty of practice for writing great copy at jWeb. She specializes in writing, optimizing, and proofreading her own and others’ original content. When she’s not writing, she’s traveling to unusual destinations or getting lost on old country roads winding around the Midwest. Helen also owns a wide selection of cool hats.


Women in Technology: An Interview with Julia White

Every few months or so, a new article, study, or Facebook status will appear that discusses the growing number of women and minorities pursuing careers in technology. Still, social barriers continue to make it difficult for these parties to be successful in their fields. That’s why I wanted to have the chance to pick Julia [...]

How to Write Political Blogs on Your Company’s Website

Regardless of how risky your political blog is to your company, there are several best practices to add to your blogging checklist: Respect your company’s brand Stay current with the day’s news Use social media to your advantage Know what to do when things go wrong Work your way up over time These guidelines will [...]

Gauging the Risk of Your Company’s Political Blog

As we’ve all experienced at family gatherings, people react strongly when politics are brought into the conversation. Our political beliefs are often a major part of our identity, leading us to trust or turn against others depending on whether they agree with us or not. These kinds of extremes typically scare companies—particularly small companies with [...]