Loni K

Content Strategist, Copy Editor, Copywriter, Editor, Writer

Freelance SaaS Content Writer

Loni worked in content marketing for 3 startups before becoming a freelancer. She frequently covers topics in SaaS/B2B technology, productivity, remote work, and eCommerce.
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Article, Ebook, Case Study, Whitepaper, Blog Post
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New York, NY, USA|English, Korean, Spanish, Swedish
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Case Studies

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quickbooks.intuit.com
How Center Drill, Inc. grew from $30,000 to six-figures a month with QuickBooks Enterprise
August 27th, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
How QuickBooks Enterprise helps Absolute Drywall Service grow 10% month-over-month
July 17th, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
How Grab Green’s five-person team generates a 35% compounded growth rate
May 10th, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
Case Study
How a Side Gig on Amazon Became a Pet Travel Company

Imagine that one day, a video of your dog and cat goes viral on YouTube. Next thing you know, you’re launching a pet travel company featuring their faces. Well, that’s exactly how it happened for Devon and Ashley Meadows, the husband and wife partners behind Next Level Pet.

September 13th, 2017
quickbooks.intuit.com
Case Study
How Stella & Dot Empowers Female Entrepreneurs

When Erin Reckner’s friends told her she’d be a great Stylist for Stella & Dot, she didn’t realize she would be signing up for a fulfilling career in the fashion industry—one that would eventually lead her to netting 5,000 orders in a year.

July 14th, 2017
quickbooks.intuit.com
Case Study
Made in California: How One Entrepreneur Launched an Outdoor Apparel Brand from Scratch
June 14th, 2017
quickbooks.intuit.com
Case Study
From Police Officer to Etsy Superstar, This Entrepreneur Is Following Her Dreams

Deidre Peak was a police officer when she decided to take a chance on starting Sweet Addict, her Etsy bakery shop. With three young girls at home, and a husband who also worked odd hours and long shifts as a firefighter, it was time to make a change in her lifestyle. She’s never regretted that move for a second.

August 2nd, 2017
quickbooks.intuit.com
Case Study
From Employee to Consultant: 3 Things to Consider Before Making the Switch

“For me, it was like jumping off a cliff.” This is a sentiment echoed by many consultants who strike out on their own, and Christian Michael is no exception. A philanthropic consultant, Christian spent 15 years honing his expertise before establishing a sole proprietorship with private clients including Capital One and the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation.

June 1st, 2017

SaaS Content

26
quickbooks.intuit.com
Construction worker benefits that make the job more appealing
August 29th, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
5 ways field service software improves construction productivity
October 3rd, 2019
blog.frevvo.com
10 Ways Your Institution Can Save Money and Help the Environment
August 15th, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
How to implement IoT in your manufacturing business
May 7th, 2019
blog.frevvo.com
Why the Procure-to-Pay Process is Going Digital
July 18th, 2019
blog.frevvo.com
9+ Workflow Apps That Will Maximize Employee Productivity
August 5th, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
The history of summer shutdowns and productivity in manufacturing
July 30th, 2019
blog.frevvo.com
50+ Key Statistics to Help You Automate Smarter in 2019 and Beyond
June 17th, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
A complete guide to manufacturing software systems
June 7th, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
5 ways to simplify your manufacturing operations with software
June 7th, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
Why the balancing act between hardware and software investment will determine manufacturing success
June 7th, 2019
zapier.com
Blog Post
How to Make Deadlines Less Stressful and More Motivational

Deadlines: We all have them, and we all dread them. Even when we meet them, there's always another one just around the corner. It's not hard to see why studies show that deadlines are the most common cause of workplace stress.

May 14th, 2019
blog.frevvo.com
Blog Post
Travel Reimbursement 101: How to Save Time & Money With an Automated Travel Request Process

A business lunch with a client. An Uber ride to the airport. Drinks at the hotel bar with a colleague. All these expenses could qualify for travel reimbursement, but how do you make sure everyone’s receipts and records are all accounted for? According to estimates by IBM, faulty and unreliable data costs $3.1 trillion a year–and that’s just in the U.S. Relying on a traditional process of travel reimbursement involves sorting through paper receipts from multiple employees, filing, passing the paperwork on to accounting, onward to the CFO’s approval, then ultimately transferring the correct amount to the employee.

April 3rd, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
Blog Post
Why it’s time to stop thinking about scaling

In 2000, the TV show Sex and the City featured its main character Carrie Bradshaw enjoying a cupcake from Magnolia Bakery, a real bakery in Manhattan. This started a nationwide cupcake craze that gave birth to other chains like Sprinkles, Georgetown Cupcake, and the now-defunct Crumbs Bake Shop.

April 5th, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
How to hire manufacturing employees in the age of automation
April 23rd, 2019
copper.com
Blog Post
A Starter Guide for Amping Up Wholesale Sales

More customers, increased volume of orders, and higher profit margins. If you’re looking to take your wholesale business to the next level, you’ll need to achieve all three. But in order to do that, you need to switch up what you’re doing—you can’t expect to increase your sales all of a sudden if you keep doing the same thing.

March 6th, 2019
copper.com
Blog Post
Strategies for Managing Wholesale Relationships with Retailers

If you’re reading this, you might be struggling to keep up with your customers. Maybe there are too many and you feel like you’re not tracking them properly and falling behind in some way. Or maybe there’s been a recent crisis like a big customer cutting ties. On the other hand, you might be thinking that certain customer relationships aren’t worth your time and effort.

March 5th, 2019
copper.com
Blog Post
How to Manage Wholesale Relationships with a CRM

When the hip dessert brand, Jeni’s Ice Cream, started looking for a CRM to help manage their wholesale relationships that included both mom-and-pop shops and large retailers like Whole Foods, its number one goal was customization. That’s because using a CRM for wholesale relationships is a whole different game than using it for your usual sales transactions.

March 5th, 2019
copper.com
Blog Post
How to Turn Your Sales Team Into a Content Machine

You might be thinking that the last thing you want for your sales team is to add yet another task to their workload. Why invest in content when it’s traditionally more in line with marketing? It’s simple. A sales team that knows how to leverage content can reap numerous rewards, including: Increased lead generation Increased brand awareness Higher authority and credibility Higher conversion rates

March 1st, 2019
copper.com
Blog Post
How to Interview and Hire an Account Executive

When you have a rockstar account executive on your team, your job becomes a whole lot easier. And almost all sales managers have a rough idea of what they’d like to see in candidates. But when you’re facing a potential candidate, it’s easy to miss the more subtle qualities that could really boost your team’s overall performance. Traits like a drive to succeed or the willingness to learn are not always apparent on a resumé.

February 18th, 2019
copper.com
Blog Post
When Is It Time to Fire a Sales Rep?

No one wants to be the person to tell someone they’ve just lost their job. But sometimes, ripping off the Band-Aid is the only thing you can do to heal a wound. According to a Harvard Business School study, quickly parting ways with a toxic hire can save you up to $12,500 in the long run. As a sales manager, it falls on you to identify which one of your sales reps is causing the most damage to your team and let them go. But how can you tell when a sales rep is just struggling with performance, versus showing signs that they’re unwilling (or unable) to improve?

February 14th, 2019
copper.com
Blog Post
The Definitive Guide to Sales Management

Hustling is the mode of operation for sales teams, and nowhere is it truer than in sales management. The term sales management implies that you’re actively managing your sales activities. From analyzing current sales reports to forecasting future sales, a sales manager is tasked with duties that ensure the team continues to grow and increase productivity, and therefore profitability.

February 11th, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
Blog Post
4 Things Amazon Sellers Need to Know About Filing Taxes

Are you a professional seller on Amazon? Or maybe you sold off a few personal items last year? Either way, you may be wondering if you need to report those earnings to the IRS this tax season. We’re here to answer those questions for you as you get busy with those tax forms. Below are some tips for making sure your forms are in order with all qualifying deductibles in place.

March 22nd, 2017
quickbooks.intuit.com
Blog Post
Taxes for eBay Sellers: What You Need to Know

Selling on eBay can be a fun hobby or a serious business. It’s important for both casual sellers and full-blown business owners to know that their income may be subject to taxes. For further clarification on what classifies as income, here are a few things all eBay sellers should know.

January 25th, 2019
quickbooks.intuit.com
Blog Post
106 Business Tools for Freelancers, Consultants and Side Hustlers

A list of the best SaaS tools for entrepreneurs and small businesses.

September 19th, 2017
wonolo.com
Article
The Effects of Amazon Warehouses on the Industry

Once in awhile, a game changer emerges to transform everything we ever knew. It’s no secret that Amazon is such a company in more ways than one. But when it comes to their warehousing practices, exactly how has it changed the landscape for others in the industry?

July 6th, 2018

Whitepapers & eBooks

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s3.amazonaws.com
Whitepaper
Post-Uber Ecosysytem White Paper v.1.5 2

When Uber first launched in San Francisco in 2010, it was a disruptor in the market. Its goal: to replace the existing passenger transportation system with a more progressive startup model.

May 31st, 2017

Journalism

2
atlasobscura.com
Article
During the Nazi Occupation of Norway, Humor Was the Secret Weapon
August 9th, 2016
jelatoapp.com
Blog Post
Here are the Three Types of Humour and How They Help You Be More Social
February 5th, 2019

Travel & Entertainment

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theculturetrip.com
Article
10 Cool Boutique Hotels in Soho, New York City

As the center of fashion and art, Soho is an excellent neighborhood for visitors to New York City. Fortunately, it’s also a hotspot for elegant boutique hotels with top-notch design and dining options. Here are 10 of the best.

May 29th, 2018
theculturetrip.com
Article
The Best Restaurants in Jamaica, Queens

With its “locals only” atmosphere, Jamaica is Queens’ best-kept secret—and one we’re happy to spill! Next time you’re hankering for some destination dining (think freshly made dumplings, soul food, and vegetarian diner grub), consider one of the best restaurants in Jamaica, Queens.

February 1st, 2018
theculturetrip.com
Article
Great Bars for Cocktails in SoHo, New York City

The birthplace of the famous classic Manhattan, New York is a mecca when it comes to cocktails – check out where to get those all-time favorites, as well as the best signature inventions, on the streets of vibrant SoHo.

January 24th, 2017
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