Annie Shalvey

Content Writer & Editor

United States

Annie Shalvey Martin is a writer and editor from Rhode Island.

She’s currently ghostwriting web content, providing SEO expertise, editing, and championing the brand/style guide for a Fortune 4 healthcare company. Her previous gigs include work in higher education, consulting, communications, and TV news.

Annie has a bachelor’s degree in English from Providence College and a master’s in business administration from Johnson & Wales University.



Humble Design Co
Top 10 Branding Mistakes to Avoid - Part 2 - Humble Design Co

When it comes to branding your business, there are many different ways to get started. And before you get in over your head, it's essential to know what you should and shouldn't do. If you missed part one of this series, get up to speed and read about the first five branding mistakes to avoid.

Lou Adventures
Discover 5 Surprising Benefits of Online Learning Apps for Kids - Lou Adventures

Online learning applications-like educational video games, reading applications, digital simulations, and puzzles-are a fun way for kids to get involved with their education. While game-based applications are not traditional learning tools, they can positively impact how children absorb information and are very beneficial to skill development.

Humble Design Co
Top 10 Branding Mistakes to Avoid and What to Do Instead - Humble Design Co

Mistake #1 Jumping into creating brand visual design instead of starting with your brand foundations. We're all guilty of browsing Pinterest, swooning over beautiful brands, and attaching to a look right away. But there is a super important step you need to take first to be successful.

Lou Adventures
4 Top Tips for Building Good Reading Habits - Lou Adventures

Even if you love to read, it is not guaranteed that your child will too-at least not at first. The secret to getting your children to love the act of reading and want to improve their reading skills is to make it a common occurrence in their lives.

U.S. Bank
Is Investing in an IPO a Good Idea? | U.S. Bank

It's important to understand the misconceptions, as well as potential opportunities, around investing in IPOs before buying stock. You shouldn't invest in an IPO just because the company is garnering positive attention. Extreme valuations may imply that the risk and reward of the investment is not favorable at the current price levels.