Bree Normandin

Content Strategist, Copy Editor, Copywriter, Editor, Ghostwriter, Technical Writer, Writer

I write. You reach.

As a content strategist and freelance writer, it is my passion to help my clients turn readers into brand evangelists. I am a one-woman powerhouse who is adept at wearing a variety of hats that include, but are not limited to:

Research: From fact checking to fact gathering, I have a penchant for performing rapid and thorough data collection using a variety of sources.

Content Creation: I have a knack for creating content that drives high user engagement. Imbued with the ability to align creative strategy with overall business objectives, I channel my expert writing and editing skills to provide positive results for my clients.

Social Communications and Online Community Management: I have successfully managed online communities of over 40,000 members driving engagement and delivering timely and positive communications with customers.

Project Management: I am an expert at uncovering and developing talent and keeping said talent on track to accomplish organizational goals.

Public Relations: I love creating press releases, media kits, speeches, and more to help my clients put their best foot forward.

Content Marketing: I am a master at developing multiple marketing channels such as social media, email, blogs, and online communities. I can create and execute solid integrated marketing communications campaigns.

ROI: I am adept at analyzing and measuring the effectiveness of marketing and communication efforts and can implement agile strategies for maximizing impact and value.

I have developed content for Colgate, Accenture, Rocket Lawyer, Fast Company, Healthline, and many more.
Content Types
Article, Blog Post, Whitepaper, Ebook, Social Copy, Website Copy, Interview, Case Study, Press Release, Ad/Promotional Copy, Email Newsletter, Guide, Presentation, Documentary, Landing Page
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4 Shocking Reasons Why the Top Spot in Search isn’t Always Good for Business

Search engine marketing campaigns can be an effective means for businesses to increase visibility and garner more conversions. However, sometimes search engine marketing efforts go awry, and companies engage in what is now called ‘ego bidding.’ Sometimes business owners decide they want to own certain key search terms and phrases to get the highly coveted top spot on search engine results. This can be a costly mistake.

July 25th, 2019
Is Maintaining Open Source Software Economically Viable for Your Business?

Business owners and companies who choose to use open source software usually do so because open source solutions promise significant savings; this might be true. However, open-source solutions can end up costing more in the long run for maintenance purposes.

August 8th, 2019
Over the Hill in IT: Why Ageism in Tech is Getting Old

While it’s illegal to make hiring, and firing decisions based on age, age discrimination is rampant in the tech industry. Proving explicit discrimination may be difficult, but many of the movers and shakers in the technological world make no bones about it; they openly admit to hiring people under 30 years of age. Worse yet, there doesn’t seem to be much of a public outcry against this practice.

August 22nd, 2019
Digital Co-Creation of Policy by Governments in Partnership with Citizens

Open data is a concept that involves offering free access to data. Anyone can use and republish the data in whatever manner they wish. There are no copyright restrictions or patents. The concept behind the open data movement is like other well-known movements such as open access or open source. This long-established philosophy is gaining in popularity due to the Internet and the launch of government based open data initiatives such as Data.Gov.

August 29th, 2019
Why Untreated Mental Illness Has Led to Homelessness for Many African Americans

America’s homelessness crisis has evolved into a crisis of color. Even the casual observer couldn’t fail to notice that in every homeless shelter, domestic violence shelter, and soup kitchen across America, the black faces most often outnumber those of whites and other minorities.

September 5th, 2019
The Elmo Brushing Teeth Song and Other ToothBrushing Tips for Toddlers

If you have questions about caring for your preschooler's teeth, you're not alone. Introducing young children to brushing may be intimidating for parents. However, it doesn't have to be if you and your child follow these tips to help keep your child's teeth healthy and pearly white. In addition to using popular characters and music, such as the popular Elmo brushing teeth song, there are several other strategies you can use to inspire proper oral care practices in kids.

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