Data-driven content specialist with a keen eye for detail and a passion for storytelling
Smart Guard, a local pest control company, wanted to highlight their natural pest control options and generate leads for this part of their service. This page was built using a questionnaire that the client filled out to help detail specifics and improve keyword rankings.
This project was part of a site update to better communicate the special offerings of A Mission for Michael. After an interview and content suggestions from the client, I wrote and assembled this page to describe who they are, what they treat, and how they treat it.
Utah Bankruptcy is owned by Scott Blotter, who specializes as a bankruptcy attorney. His wish was to appear personable and trustworthy to prospective clients who are having a hard time taking the next step.
As part of a site overhaul for Mountain Heights Academy, it was discovered that visitors needed more information about accreditation to build trust and clout for Mountain Heights Academy. I wrote this page using information and insight from both the Academy directors and research around the web.
To support City Signs' ongoing SEO strategy, I planned a series of blog posts featuring design and marketing tips for small local businesses.
This blog post for Trinity Teen addresses common problems facing troubled teen girls in order to support Trinity Teen's mission of empowering families and teens to reclaim control over stress and relationships.
Readable, crawlable blog posts are my specialty, as demonstrated in this blog post written for Rulon T. Burton. Although it's not stuffed with keywords that alienate earnest readers, it has the optimization needed to act as an excellent landing page for SEO purposes which elevate the entire site.
Asphalt Materials wanted their website to generate leads for "fire pit" related searches, and so this blog post was meant to be both an SEO-targeted strategic move, and a persuasive piece that highlighted the appeal of this service.
This was a lifestyle article for blogger Leslie Nichole. Although it utilizes some background research to drive arguments home, it's largely a personal piece emphasizing engagement and anecdotes.
This article was a lifestyle advice piece for The Dedicated House.
This article was so much fun to write, because it all came from personal experience traveling. Lana (owner of Lifestyle Queen Bee) was looking for more travel-focused content so I combined two of my favorite things: London and books!