Abby develops content marketing strategies in addition to writing and editing written content. All of her web content gets slapped with a seal of SEO approval.
She believes that quality written content is the pillar of every website. She enjoys working with small businesses—especially women- and minority-owned businesses—across industries. She has extensive experience writing in the higher education marketing space in addition to health and wellness, food and recipes, beauty, animal welfare, and law.
Abby is most passionate about human rights, animal rights, and protecting the environment. Through her writing, she hopes to make a positive impact—and inspire others to do the same.
• Content Strategy
• Written Content
- Blogs and Essays
- Articles and Op-Eds
- White Papers
- Landing Pages
- Miscellaneous Web Content
- Ad Copy (PPC, in-line content, pop-up modules)
- Technical Audit
- Content Optimization
- Google My Business Optimization
- Line editing
- Developmental Editing
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