Dixie Clough

Copywriter, Ghostwriter, Technical Writer, Writer

Personalized Writing — Just the Way You Want It

A museum professional returning to my original love of the written word. With years of experience in marketing, fundraising, events, writing, and design, I’m always ready for a new challenge and can tackle any project—whether it’s a familiar topic or something entirely new.

After 6+ years working at the Smithsonian in a variety of departments—online fundraising, mobile applications, surveying visitors, volunteer management, collections management, project management, etc.—I can write on pretty much any topic in any form—social media copy, how-to, descriptions, white papers, emails, articles, blog posts. If you need it, I can write it!
Categories
Content Types
Article, Blog Post, Case Study, Checklist, Ebook, Website Copy, Whitepaper, Product Description, Presentation, Buyers Guide, Ad/Promotional Copy, Social Copy, Infographic Copy, Guide
More Information
George Washington University, M.A., Museum Studies
McDaniel College, B.A., English
Florida City, FL, USA|English
Publications
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Unpublished Blog Posts

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The 10 Essential RiNo Restaurants

One of the hottest foodie destinations in Denver is RiNo (River North Art District). With several epicurean marketplaces including the Denver Central Market and countless acclaimed restaurants, anyone who loves great food is a constant visitor to the area. Whether you’re testing the area as a potential new homebase, or just visiting for a bit, here are ten amazing restaurants you need to try while in RiNo.

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The Ultimate Guide to Dog Parks in Denver

Denver is one of the most dog-friendly cities in the country. As more dog owners migrate to Denver, the city is finding more ways to welcome them, including adding dog parks all over the city. So far, Denver has eleven dog parks, but every year it seems that a new one is opening.

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7 Reasons Sliders are Bad for SEO and User Experience

Sliders seem like a useful and versatile element because they allow you to put multiple messages on the same page without taking up extra space for each message and they create movement on the site. But in reality, sliders don’t add value to your site. In fact, most are harming your site’s SEO ranking and user experience.

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Use Facebook Groups to Build New Connections

With the recent changes to Facebook’s news feed algorithm, it has become difficult for businesses to connect with their fans. Though regular posts are still vital to any marketing plan, there is a little-known secret you can use to outsmart the algorithm: Facebook Groups.

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How to Get the Best Electricity Pricing in an Open Market

If you live in an area that has an open market for electricity providers, then you may find shopping for a provider to be overwhelming. Following these eight steps will help guide you in researching your choices and deciding on the best contract terms and provider for your needs.

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How to Avoid the 5 Biggest Remodeling Fears

If you’re planning to remodel your house, chances are you’re struggling with a few well-known fears. Common concerns over the budget, potential delays, the mess, or choosing the wrong contractor can all be avoided with the proper planning. Follow these tips and tricks to make the renovation process as stress-free as possible.

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Top 5 Web Design Trends of 2018

When planning for a website redesign, the options can be overwhelming. You want your site to be eye-catching, user-friendly, forward-thinking, and most of all convey your brand. Not a simple task, but it can be done. And the first step is to find your inspiration. Here are five of the top design trends for websites in 2018.

How-to Guides

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Storytelling Handbook

This handbook guides high school students and others through the process of recording stories and tours about their towns.

Published Articles

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Your Insurance When Good Times Go Bad

Taking out a home loan is a major financial commitment. But what happens when you lose your job or sickness strikes? Chances are you could default on your home loan and have your house taken away. Dixie Clough shows how to keep your income and your mortgage going.

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