Queen of Content: An Update

*UPDATED ON JUNE 29, 2020*

I have numerous content updates throughout my website, but I have been wanting to  publish a top 10-20 article roundup content I’ve created for numerous freelance clients and jobs.
*Scroll a few paragraphs for links*

I’ve been working deeply in the realm of content marketing and content strategy since 2015. Although the strategies and plans I’ve created for clients or companies I’ve worked for cannot be publicly shared, I can share the articles created and published by myself or as a ghostwriter for various CEOs.

In addition to the various types of content examples below, I have also written content for various automated email campaigns, and done email marketing copywriting for various stages of the buyers journey for Unstoppable Co., a digital marketing agency here in Austin.

Alas — here are some links to several pieces I’ve created in different realms of the tech and business world.

Two-pager for MVP – How apparel brands have stayed relevant and connected amid a global pandemic

MVP Blogs – The company did an entire website redesign and company rebrand, which only brought 2 of the 5 articles written over to the new site, but . . . here are the two that have been imported.

Forbes Articles – Ghostwriter for Will Deane, have worked with their editorial team over the last 9 months.
business.com Ghostwritten Articles – Ghostwriter for Will Deane, Founder of Unstoppable Co.

Website Copy for Unstoppable Co. – Rewrote website copy/layout for Unstoppable Co., a digital marketing agency based out of Austin, Texas.

QSR Magazine – ‘Breaking Down the Virality of Starbucks’ Philadelphia Crisis’ – ghostwritten piece for Lee McNeil, Founder and CEO (former direct boss) of ReviewPush.

FSR Magazine – Snapchat’s New Feature Could Revolutionize the Future of Dining – Ghostwritten piece for Lee McNeil, Founder and CEO (former direct boss) of ReviewPush.

ReviewPush Blog – all blogs were ideated, researched and written/edited/shared by me.
*For the blog, we never had a place for the readers to go after finishing, because there were no context clues such as relevant articles, relevant tools we offer as solutions, and absolutely NO CTAs. I worked to create, design,  and implement 4 different CTAs at the top and bottom of each blog in order to test which ones worked and kept our site visitors on the site and into a sales funnel.

ReviewPush Company Story – I sat down with the CEO and founder of ReviewPush in order to craft ReviewPush’s company story in a way that was informative, homegrown and educationally entertaining. I also narrowed down several voiceover artists to one to record our story in the tone and voice I had defined within the content guidelines.

ReviewPush Press Release – ReviewPush and TripAdvisor agreed to a licensing partnership, therefore as the content marketing manager and strategist, it was my job to create this press release and distribute it across numerous business wires.

Thought Catalog – This style of writing is dear to my heart and more of a personal outlet with a dream to someday write consistently for a digital or print magazine on topics expressed both on Thought Catalog and The Mighty.

Wide Open Eats Writer – Link to all of my published work through Wide Open Eats a a writer. We received traffic bonuses whenever anyone’s articles hit a certain number of clicks, views and shares, and I had received them numerous times for my traffic creation.

sparkcognition – Ghostwritten piece about Adylkuzz, the latest zero-day threat malware

design4emergence  -Piece I wrote about “Exploring Art as a Boundary-Driven Network while I was an associate editor at design4emergence, a digital magazine created by Dialog Group.


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