Anne is a copywriter and digital marketing specialist currently residing in the Greater Nashville area. Originally from New England, she leverages her three top talents (writing, marketing, and coffee consuming) for businesses and brands of all sizes across the globe.Anne is a 2013 Marketing Communications/Advertising graduate from Western New England University in Springfield, MA. She credits her launch into writing to her legendary elementary school poem about pizza that wowed the judges and won the creative writing award in her school district.When not writing or working on marketing campaigns, you can find Anne at a coffee shop, exploring somewhere new, or training in martial arts as a 3rd degree black belt.

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5 Things To Watch Out For When Working With Influencers

It’s no secret that brands across the globe are heavily investing in influencer marketing. Considering that influencer marketing content delivers ROI that’s 11 times higher than traditional forms of digital marketing, it’s easy to see why businesses are interested in working with influencers. However, influencer marketing is not a quick operation. It takes time, a …

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Repurposing Content: Should You Do It?

Wouldn’t we all like to have endless amounts of content at our disposal? Just think about all the marketing objectives you could accomplish with an abundance of well-written content. Unfortunately for most companies and organizations, the resources and manpower necessary to create a wealth of content isn’t an option. With this limitation in mind, marketing …

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4 Tips for Working With Facebook’s New Algorithm

If you haven’t heard by now, the Facebook algorithm is going through a major overhaul. Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook’s new algorithm would show users less branded content and more personal interactions between friends and family. Naturally, this decision has publishers worried. Companies, bloggers, celebrities, and others rely on their Facebook page to drive traffic …


So You Think You Can Freelance: Building Your Freelance Website

So you’ve decided to join the ranks and become a freelancer. Congratulations! Whether you’ve chosen to pursue your passion full-time or part-time, you’ll need a freelance website before you can start generating steady work. Before you launch your freelance website, make sure it has these 11 crucial components. 1. Your Own Domain Name If you …

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