Ex-Tax Accountant Turned SEO Content Writer and Strategist, Indie Game Business Consultant, and Business Educator
Rachel is a content strategist, writer, business educator, speaker, artist, and indie game developer from The Bronx. Her consultancy focuses on small business consulting for indie game developers and solopreneurs in addition to B2B consulting for the companies who wish to do business with game developers.
As a SEO writer and strategist, Rachel's primary strengths are blog posts and whitepapers in the financial, marketing, and entertainment sectors. She is adaptable to short-form copy like webpages, landing pages, and ad copy and other verticals.
Rachel holds a B.S. and M.S. in Accounting and previously practiced tax law in a variety of environments ranging from tax franchises to boutique tax law firms. She became a content writer by accident upon seeking more flexible work to support her game development endeavors. With over 2,000 content assets created for direct clients, digital agencies, and platforms like ClearVoice, she started writing for small tax offices then national franchises. This led to branching out into other fields that profited greatly from her strange mix of taxation and gaming industry knowledge.
In 2015, Rachel wrote the first and only tax law book for indie developers that has received praise from tax professionals and game developers alike. The book still holds a solid 5-star rating on Amazon. Rachel has used her experience to help clients with building their brand on Kindle in terms of both ghostwriting e-books and formulating Kindle marketing strategies. In 2023, The Definitive Guide to Taxes for Indie Game Developers received a second edition through Taylor & Francis.
Rachel loves everything web content and can bring her plethora of skills and experience to organizations of all types and sizes. An avid reptile and amphibian keeper and steward of giant lizards, you can find her reptile husbandry and trade policy articles in Reptiles magazine and A-Z Animals.