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Note: Updated Portfolio Coming January 2024!

If you're a business owner, are you showing off recent projects and accolades to potential clients? Are you establishing yourself as an industry leader within your vertical? 

Your blog gives you the opportunity to become the go-to resource in your industry. It lets potential clients discover you with a quick search. Don't worry if you're not comfortable with self-promotion, that's what I'm here for. I'll brag about you, your experience, and your know-how. I'll make it approachable, relatable, and easy-to-digest. And, I'll make sure it sounds like you. We want your blog to sound like wise words from an expert friend.

Oh, and that little acronym you may have heard tossed around the internet, you know, SEO? I always consider keywords and formatting for SEO optimization. Because, at the end of the day, what's the point in writing content unless you're getting eyes on it?

Articles written for the Mole Street blog. Mole Street is a growth marketing agency specializing in Hubspot marketing strategies.

Articles written for the Threadless blog. Threadless is an online marketplace and resource center for creatives and artists.

Articles written for Keeepr, an app that helps users stay connected and prioritize relationships.

Articles written for the Technology Rivers blog. Technology Rivers is a software development startup.

Articles written for Boody, Bamboo Clothing. This retainer client covers topics ranging from wellness to sustainability. Also, their clothing is oh, so soft. Seriously, you need their bamboo t-shirts in your life.

Articles written for Kelly Fridline Design blog. Kelly Fridline is an interior designer, high-end rendering artist, and virtual design assistant. Her content is rich in technical information for other designers, with a sprinkling of design trends.

Articles written for Savvy Social Impressions blog, a digital marketing, business coaching, and social media management company. 

Articles written for the Newseum, a First Amendment museum in Washington, DC.

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