Bree Weber

Content Strategist, Copywriter, Ghostwriter, Writer

Storytelling is at the heart of every piece I write

With over a decade of writing and publishing experience, Bree crafts engaging articles that deliver value to your target reader in your brand's voice and style.
Content Types
Blog Post, Article
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UNLV, BA in English Literature and Language
City University London, MA in Publishing Culture

Published Content (with byline)

Get Back In the Saddle With Your Blog

Writing and publishing a blog consistently is challenging, because life can get in the way. If you've fallen off the blogging horse, and need to get back in the saddle, start by looking backwards.

July 18th, 2018
Blog Post
Bree Weber

Do you suffer from Cobbler's Children Syndrome? That proverb is so old that we don’t even reference the original saying anymore. It used to be about a skilled cobbler who was so successful – or busy – that he simply didn’t have time to cobble together shoes for his own children. Nowadays, our proverbial children are our businesses, and we seem to be constantly choosing between finding clients and serving clients. Thankfully, there's another kind of shoemaker paving a new way – and it's magical. ✨

July 6th, 2018
I Tried the Mediterranean Diet For a Week — and I Totally Get It Now

I shared my personal experience of resetting my diet by testing 3-part meals for a period of one week.

May 10th, 2018
How To Handle Professional Ghosters

Ghosting is more commonly associated with the dating world than the professional one, but the practice is not exclusive to millennials or Tinder users. If you're not already familiar, ghosting is the subtle science and exact art of withdrawing communication when you're no longer interested in pursuing a relationship. By ceasing all contact, usually without prior warning or explanation, you're sending a silent message that says "don't bother, it's over". Before the days of texting and dating apps, this was called the slow fade.

March 31st, 2018
The Badge of Busyness

Have we really become a busier society, or are we all exhibiting symptoms of busyness to avoid actual productivity?

April 12th, 2018
Honesty, and Other Ways to Make People Uncomfortable

We all say we want honest, but when put to the test, it mostly just makes people uncomfortable.

April 2nd, 2018
How To Love Criticism: A Criticism

In Adam Grant's podcast WorkLife, he explores the topic of criticism. As a response, this article explores how to dish criticism out, how to accept criticism, and how to learn to love it.

March 30th, 2018
Work–Life Balance is Not the Goal

Language is powerful and the use of 'work-life balance' in our vocabulary suggests that we believe equilibrium between two opposing concepts is achievable. But of course, there is no balance.

March 29th, 2018
Why I’m Quitting Facebook – Again

With the recent discussion around the Cambridge Analytica debacle and resulting #deletefacebook movement, this article explores the other reasons to leave the platform.

March 28th, 2018
Winning the Wake Up Battle

A personal journey to self-awareness, self-improvement, and waking up like an adult.

March 27th, 2018
Blog Post
FROM INDIE AUTHOR TO AUTHORPRENEUR is professionalizing the craft of writing right for you?

With the rise of the Authorpreneur, this article explores what it means to professionalize the craft of writing, and whether it's right for every indie author.

February 15th, 2017
Blog Post
How Ignoring Twitch's Tips Got Me Better Results

Video Game Streamer has been quietly growing as a career over the last several years. It now has a similar reputation to YouTube Personality, in that the majority fail, which has led to a plethora of guides on how to find success. This article explores how ignoring #1 gaming streaming platform, Twitch's, top tips produced better results.

March 17th, 2018
Blog Post
NaNoWriMo for publishing folk

A look at the NaNoWriMo phenomenon from the publisher's perspective, including how to get involved when you're not a writer.

November 1st, 2016
Blog Post
Design Contests are Bad for Authors

This article explains how and why design contest sites are bad – not just for designers, but – for the clients, in this case, authors. This listicle identifies 8 reasons authors should not use design crowdsourcing, auctions, or contest marketplaces.

August 18th, 2017
Blog Post
5 Things the Solar Eclipse Taught Us About Book Marketing

The solar eclipse of 2017 provided tremendous marketing opportunities to related organizations and businesses. This article reviews those tactics, partnerships, and strategies, and explains how they can be applied to book marketing by authors.

August 21st, 2017
Blog Post
Sales Boost: Your Book’s Business Plan

This article was commissioned by Describli startup. This blog post gives actionable advice to authors and independent publishers on how to develop a business plan, build their author brand, and approach the publishing industry like the business that it is.

October 21st, 2016

Ghostwritten for Client

Blog Post
Inspirational Health, Beauty & Wellness Websites

In this example-driven blog post, Digital Thing reviews and critiques 10 websites in the health, beauty, and wellness industry. The comments are focused on User Experience with praise for well-designed content and suggestions for improvements.

July 17th, 2018
Blog Post
Announcing: Content Partnership Opportunities

This blog post is a really a call for videographers and outdoor lovers to provide scenic footage that will be streamed on GoActive TV's channel.

July 4th, 2018
Blog Post

Cannabis Business Times creates an annual State of the Industry Report. This article summarizes the main points into a short guide specifically targeted to small business owners and entrepreneurs at the beginning of their journey into the cannabis industry.

July 16th, 2018
Blog Post
Cannabis Business Attorney

With the controversial haze still settling over the growing marijuana industry, many cannabis companies still face legal action if they aren't prepared. This article walks through the primary areas business owners and entrepreneurs can be targeted and how they can protect their business.

June 29th, 2018
Blog Post
7 Incredible Benefits of Yoga and Meditation

This article outlines several of the major benefits that yogis experience from a consistent yoga practice and daily meditation exercises. It dives into both the physical and mental benefits that both scientific research and individual case stories support.

June 11th, 2018
Blog Post
Yoga For Restless Legs

If you’ve ever had that creepy-crawly or herky-jerky feeling in your legs – especially when you’re trying to get some ZzZs – then you’re probably already familiar with Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS). For some it feels like pins and needs and for others it feels like a mild electric tingle. RLS (Restless Leg Syndrome) is a neurological disorder, but the resulting sensation feels like you constantly need to move your legs. Exercise, especially stretching, is one of the best ways to alleviate symptoms of restlessness.

June 4th, 2018
Blog Post
A Quick and Simple Guide to Using Google Analytics

At Digital Thing, part of our own website review we complete a monthly Google Analytics review to get an overview of our progress and look for opportunities to improve. If you’re using Google Analytics for SEO, this guide will help you make the most of your analytics reporting.

June 4th, 2018
It's Time To Break Up With Stock Photos

Sometimes a picture is worth...diddly squat. Think about it: a business is busy telling its story of why it's unique and how working with them is better than working with their competitor. And then they use a stock photo as the highlight. Except everyone is using that stock photo. Here's the solution.

May 30th, 2018
Blog Post
Daily Task Management Routine to Increase Productivity at Work

A behind-the-scenes look at the company founder's daily schedule and task management routine with tips on how to increase productivity at work.

May 28th, 2018
Blog Post
5 money saving tips for the summer

It’s no secret that the costs of living abroad can rack up quickly especially during the summer months. Every day feels like a holiday, and the lovely warm weather makes you want to do crazy things like play truant from work and turn Thursday into Beach Day – even when your wallet says no. Whether you’re on summer holiday or gearing up for one, these tips will help you stretch your dirhams.

March 22nd, 2018
Blog Post
How To Enhance Your SEO With Google Search Console

A how-to blog post on using Google Search Console based on the company's own SEO practices.

May 11th, 2018
Blog Post

The aim of this blog post was to highlight the upcoming Canadian holiday Victoria Day, which marks the unofficial beginning of summer as a reminder to prepare outdoor spaces, patios, and gardens for entertaining.

March 28th, 2018
Blog Post
Do You Have a Challenge Network?

The aim of this article was to summarize an existing blog post discussing criticism and challenge networks.

March 21st, 2018
Blog Post
How to Avoid a Hangover

The aim of this article was to summarize a podcast which discussed hangover hacks including the science behind how our bodies respond to alcohol in the system.

December 3rd, 2017

Copy for Client with Byline

Blog Post
Scenic Views Improve Your Health According to Science

'Scenicness' has been studied and shown to improve health levels both in the short term and long term. This article illustrates why scenic views are better for you – especially when working out.

July 11th, 2018
The Kickstarter Success That Launched Quilo

The goal of this article was to recognize the highlights of a Kickstarter darling pulling research from multiple platforms and share it in a more personal way.

July 4th, 2018
Listen to Audiobooks While You Workout
June 20th, 2018
Why You Should Cancel Your Gym Membership and Get a Rowing Machine
June 27th, 2018
4 Surprising Benefits of Cardio Exercise
June 13th, 2018
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Gluten Free Explorer Interview

In this project, the goal was to transform raw interviewee answers received over email into a conversational interview piece about the history of the business owner including her personal story, growth of the company, and future plans.

June 13th, 2018
Blog Post
Which Exercise Equipment is Best for Your Cardio Workout?

A side-by-side comparison of the most popular exercise equipment to show which machine – stationary bike, elliptical, treadmill, and rowing machine – is best for a cardiovascular workout.

May 30th, 2018
Blog Post
Spring Marathon Season is Here: How to Train Indoors

Spring marathon season is in full swing! If you have run a marathon on your bucket list, right now is a great time to start your training. There are a lot of fantastic ways to train for a marathon, such as running to work or joining a training team. But, if you can’t just shower at work (or you work from home) or don’t have the schedule to align with a team, perhaps you should consider indoor training.

May 23rd, 2018
5 Ways to Bring Zen to Your Home Office This Summer

The goal of this article was to highlight how to maintain work/life balance and introduce ways to relax in order to be more productive in a home office.

May 7th, 2018
Blog Post
Tick Season Is Here: How to Avoid Getting a Tick Bite During Your Workout

With a focus on tick season, the object of this post was to highlight how using the client's virtual fitness channel and working out indoors could eliminate the the concerns of tick season.

May 9th, 2018
Which Exercise Equipment is the Most Popular Choice for Your Home Gym?
June 6th, 2018
Blog Post
6 Types of People Who Use At-Home Exercise Equipment

The client is a virtual fitness channel available on Roku offering streaming service to at-home gym users. The requested post was to outline archetypes of personalities who prefer to work out at home.

April 25th, 2018
Blog Post
4 Ways to Beat Workout Boredom Today

The requested post was to provide several different ways to motivate people who work out at home, incorporating the client's virtual fitness channel.

May 2nd, 2018
Blog Post
Make Your At-Home Workout More Exciting

The client is a virtual fitness channel, and the requested post was about how to stream their channel in order to make exercising at home more fun and enjoyable.

April 11th, 2018
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