Doc Kane's versatile writing style has peppered the web and all manner of printed communication materials since 1994. He's a veteran of the music and entertainment industries and a recovering marketer. These days, he prefers to think of himself more as a sales guy and writer, than a marketer, and loves helping others bring more of themselves to their sales and promotion efforts. He's worked in businesses large and small, from Amazon to M&M Mars, to several successful startups and family-owned businesses all around the Midwest and East Coast of the United States. For five years he fired his way through the dental industry, writing hundreds of medical and health articles for the dental software firm, RevenueWell as their marketing communications manager. Doc has also been a film story analyst, and script reader for multiple film festivals in the United States. You may have even seen him on camera in Showtime's "Shameless," "Civil War Deniers," "Professor Mack," and CNBC. Doc was also the archival film and audio researcher for The History Channel's Emmy-nominated, "Vietnam in HD" series. In 2017, Doc retired to Japan to write and research even more, and to share his passion for the English language with the dedicated learners of Kobe, Japan. He is currently completing his first novel, "Rapt in Indigo," a story set in that very city in 1994. Doc leads multiple knowledge-sharing companies from his base in Kansai, including headlinethief.com, nihonhustle.com, and the nascent productivitywins.com. He is also co-founder of the Japanese to English translation firm, Maplopo (maplopo.com), and the English language instructional site, okhuh.com. All of these ventures he runs with his wife Reiko, and their trusty assistant, Chiro the Siberian Husky.Read more Read less
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