Professional Writer for Editorial and Content Marketing Copy
I am a full-time freelance writer seeking to take on more work. I currently write online content for a number of clients across several industries including eCommerce, communications, health and fitness, travel, hotels, and bed and breakfasts. I also write editorial content for several magazines. I have been published in Edible, Charleston Magazine, Mount Pleasant Magazine, Eater.com, TimeOut.com, Culture Trip, The Local Palate, HealthLinks, House Calls, and more.
I began my career as an editor before moving into the content marketing industry while working for a hospitality marketing company where I spent a year as a content specialist writing for 10-12 clients at one time, including the company's largest client, Select Registry. My experience as both an editor and a writer has honed my skills in research, composition, and editing.
Article, Landing Page, Social Copy, Interview, Website Copy, Blog Post
eCommerce Holiday Shopping Predictions for 2018: Five Tips to Capture Valuable Revenue
Holiday Marketing Strategies for eCommerce Active Apparel Stores
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Six Essential BigCommerce Plugins for SMB Retailers
How to Communicate with Your eCommerce Customers While Remaining GDPR Compliant
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The Foodies’ Guide to Charleston Part l
The Intriguing History of The Delaney House
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The Best Things to Do at Kiawah Island Beachwalker Park
The Best Ideas for Your Pacific and Mountain States Road Trip Itinerary
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