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I’m Angela Tague from WebWritingAdvice.com.
Each day I spend time at my desk creating SEO web marketing content such as blog posts, social media updates, white papers, online articles, e-books, original photography and static web page text for major brands including Purina, United Way, Colorado Christian University and Fidelity Investments. I also provide feature content to newspapers and print magazines. In 2012 I was named Writer of the Year by Skyword, a global content marketing agency. I’ve worked in news writing and photography since 1998.
After I attained a BA in Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Iowa, my journalism career led to positions at The Quad-City Times in Davenport, Iowa; The Sioux City Journal in Sioux City, Iowa and several weeklies in the Midwest.
I left my last newspaper job to start my own business in 2009. You can learn more about my work by listening to The Brand Journalism Advantage podcast, TBJA 011 Angela Tague: How To Get The Best Freelance Writing Assignments and Newsmodo’s Brand Storytelling podcast, Why Brands are Hiring Journalists.
Specialties: SEO content, paid blogging, web content, blog posts, press releases, editorial writing and photographs, newsletters, magazine features, marketing content, evergreen content, news commentary, column writing, site pages, location pages, blogs, brand ambassador, influencer
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Growing up in rural Iowa with chickens and pot-bellied pigs as pets helped me develop a deep love for animals at an early age. I remember being in my late teens when I first heard the words cruelty-free and vegan, which led the animal-lover in me to pay closer attention to the labels on my food and personal care products. Why? I wanted to make choices that were in the best interest of all creatures, from pets to farm animals.
For many of us in the U.S., success means being the first to the office, working past 5 p.m., and logging hours on weekends. Being a go-getter is praised, sought after, and rewarded in our work culture.
Mingling with NFL tailgaters, visiting training camps, and scoping sports hangouts is just part of the job for Heather Haselwood. What it's like working on NFL apps. Caution: You may want her job after reading this.
Whether you’re headed an hour down the highway to embark on a family adventure at the zoo, or trekking across the country to visit your favorite relatives, summer road trips are the best! Now, set yourself up for a smooth experience. Take a few hours to iron out the details of your travel plans before getting behind the wheel.
Since it’s very likely that every company you represent has customers watching streaming content, OTT advertising should be part of their next campaign strategy. Why? Let your clients know advertisers are investing in OTT because they know it works. Ad Age reports that OTT video is “poised for meaningful growth in 2019” thanks to consumer approval of the format. Revenue in this ad segment is expected to hit $3.8 billion this year, and $5 billion by 2020 according to...
The season for outdoor brunches, casual business lunches, and date-night dinners is upon us. Sure, your culinary prowess shines with your updated warm-weather menu and your summer libations list is lengthy, but is your outdoor space inviting? Do guests return often? If your modern restaurant patio design could use a little refresh for the bustling days ahead, get ready to be inspired.
About a month ago, a new gal at the yoga studio I frequent thanked me for my kindness. I was shocked that my simple morning greeting meant enough to her to say something after class, and even more surprised that this moment of shared happiness still lingers in my thoughts.
Whether it’s a personal blog, or you’re managing a blog for a business, you want the posts to get attention. Sure, sharing links to social media feeds is routine, but what about starting a Facebook Business Page dedicated to the blog itself? A friend recently asked me if I thought it was a good idea. My gut reaction was “Well, yes, of course!” Then, I started to think deeper and decided my answer should be, “Yes, if you actually work to build a sense of community on the page.”
Skip the chips and candy bars. This season, explore colorful, fresh produce amplified with tasty little extras. The kids can try something new and you’ll feel great about making healthier decisions!
Nothing goes better with dazzling holiday fireworks and relaxing family time than a buffet brimming with delicious summer foods. This year we’re sharing our favorite 4th of July recipes that are not only beautiful to serve your guests but so easy to make and healthy too! Let’s dig in!
How much money do you want to make? No, really. As a freelancer, your income isn’t at the mercy of a corporate pay scale. For me, two of the most liberating parts of starting my own business were the uncapped earning potential and the ability to forecast my income in a realistic way.
You know that old saying: Keep your friends close, but your enemies even closer. Although fellow small business owners in your niche aren’t exactly enemies, they are the competition. And, you need to know what they’re up to at all times.
One of the easiest ways to weave self-care into your week is by making time to engage in a favorite hobby. Why? Immersing yourself in something that brings you joy — and really absorbing those feel-good moments — changes the way your brain processes information.
I write marketing content and brand journalism pieces for brands. This content is used for blog posts, social media posts, emails, newsletters, web pages, white papers, reports, ebooks, webinars and much more. Here's a sampling of the companies I've completed projects for over the last few years.Client List:Tom's of Maine, Dignity Health, Walmart, Moen, PaperDirect, Taboola, TUUCI, a2 Milk, Jim's Formal Wear, Advance Auto Parts, Cox Media, Alamo, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Owners.com & United Way.
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