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I help HR companies, consultants, and executives express the importance of creating a positive and progressive workplace.
Your workplace can influence your mood, attitude, and health.
When you work in a positive workplace, you feel energized, fulfilled, and grateful. You are determined to getting work done and building strong relationships with your co-workers.
But, if your job makes you miserable, you act the opposite. You neglect your duties and might even bully your fellow employees.
It's in businesses' best interest to build a more progressive workplace because it will:
⭐ Lower employee turnover
⭐ Increase employee engagement
⭐ Attract more customer or clients
⭐ And, increase brand reputation
All are things needed to grow profits and save money long-term.
One of my past clients was Get Lighthouse. It's a software company dedicated to helping managers have better 1-on-1 meetings. Here is what the CEO had to say about working with me:
"Beth is a passionate writer and a strong researcher, who is eager to learn and takes feedback and coaching well. We have high standards for the Lighthouse blog and Beth was always up for the challenge, producing over a dozen great, long form posts for us."
- Jason Evanish, CEO Get Lighthouse, Inc
Here are what my non-HR clients also had to say about me:
“Beth is an extremely talented writer. She produced a lot of the content we used for Purple Cow Agency’s blog, advocating for the use of inbound and content marketing. She was also willing to do a lot of ghost writing for a variety of our clients, exploring her creativity and showing her initiative to work outside of her comfort zone.”
~ Melanie Benitez, Former Marketing Director of Purple Cow Agency
“Beth took the initiative, wrote great material, and was a pleasure to work with. Her work was articulate, well researched, and engaging. I highly recommend her to you”
~ John Smulo, Owner of Purple Cow Agency
“Beth is reliable, dedicated and eternally upbeat with my brand. Her ability to take my words and thoughts and create a connection to our followers and clients is unparalleled, and it is because of her excellence in this area that I repeatedly asked her to work with my company. I have referred many clients to Beth, and all of them come back with raving reviews, and flawless content for us to market.”
~ Nicole Matthews, CEO of Chicks Inc.
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Develop and publish blog posts and email newsletters; Monitor editorial calendar; Use Wordpress and Mailchimp to increase reader engagement and content readability; Design blog and social media graphics; Outreach industry professionals to collaborate on blog posts;
Company: Chicks Inc
I worked there from 5/2017 until now
Conduct research and email outreach to Influencers and local publications; Conduct research and email outreach on local prospects; Assist in editing and developing marketing and business presentations; Record and submit customer and user date; Manage and collect customer invoices; Communicate with customers about invoices; Wrote articles and develop social media content about startup culture;
I worked there from 9/2015 until 12/2016
Published articles about branding, growth hacking, and online marketing; Wrote an ebook about inbound marketing; Re-posted content on Business2Commuity and Meltwater
Company: Purple Cow Agency
I worked there from 6/2015 until 8/2016
Write and send email newsletters; Manage personal social media accounts; Search and conduct research on organizations and groups for clients; Send out press releases; Develop and execute social media strategies; Develop and edit PowerPoint Presentations and business plans
Company: Blueprint Global Group
I worked there from 5/2015 until 8/2015