Patricia Hartley

Copywriter, Ghostwriter, Technical Writer, Writer

Let's Tell YOUR Story!

I love everything about the written word: writing, reading, storytelling, researching, lovely fonts, good formatting, etc., and I have an unusual respect for excellent grammar and spelling and really good writing, My recent experience in communications & employee relations roles included corporate & internal communications, creating marketing content, blogging,... basically anything and everything word-related, and I am want to use those skills plus my God-given talents to help individuals and small businesses put their best words forward. I truly believe that WORDS MATTER.

I have an unusually strong work ethic, supported by a dedication to moral, family and religious beliefs. I work hard, get the job done, and give 110% to my clients by offering new ideas and challenging old ones. I simply cannot settle for status quo. I pride myself upon having an organized and efficient approach to all aspects of life, both personal and professional, and the proven ability to multi-task and supervise effectively. I like lists, schedules, calendars and knowing what's going to happen when...but I also adapt quickly to curveballs (not that that ever happens in public relations).
Categories
Content Types
Whitepaper, Website Copy, Social Copy, Script, Press Release, Landing Page, Interview, Infographic Copy, Ebook, Checklist, Case Study, Article, Blog Post, Ad/Promotional Copy
More Information
Kent State University, Master's in Mass Communications/Journalism/PR
University of North Alabama, Master's in English
University of North Alabama, Bachelor's in English/Professional Writing
Florence, Alabama|English
Publications

Published Blog Content

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What is this "Internet of Things" and Why Should I Care?
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What is this "Internet of Things" and Why Should I Care?
The Bright Side to Last Week's Smishing Scam
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The Bright Side to Last Week's Smishing Scam
October, 10 2016
Don't Let Ransomware Make You Wanna Cry
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Don't Let Ransomware Make You Wanna Cry

In my last position I had the pleasure of translating "IT speak" to language that would be readable and helpful to our customers. Often this took the form of a blog post alerting customers to the latest strain of cybercrime virus.

May, 5 2017
Feed Local Families Through Food Share
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Feed Local Families Through Food Share

While employed with Bank Independent, I authored, edited or ghost-wrote most of the blog posts beginning in January 2016 through June 5, 2018 when I resigned. After my resignation, the bank changed my byline to "BI Marketing." Please review bibank.com/blog for more of my formerly-bylined work.

May, 10 2017
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