Denise M. Damron, PhD

Certified Copyblogger Content Marketer

Dr. Damron is a senior level marketing strategist specializing in planning and content development. In addition to leading her own marketing consulting firm, she has worked for Humana Inc., Fox Television, Sheehy and Associates Advertising, PriceWeber Marketing Communications, and United Way. Her education includes a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Political Science, a Master’s Degree in Marketing, and a PhD Communication.

Certifications

Dr. Damron has earned Copyblogger’s “Certified Content Marketer” designation by completing advanced coursework and passing a detailed review of her work. Copyblogger Media, one of the preeminent marketing and blogging resources for bloggers, is a digital commerce company with more than 200,000 unique customers founded by Brian Clark in 2006.

Industry Experience

In addition to working with several Fortune 500 companies she has worked with small to medium-sized businesses. Some of the industries she has worked with include the following:

Appliance manufacturing; banking; broadcast television; casino gambling; Catholic Archdiocese; fast food; convenience store; grocery; health care (hospital, health insurance, physician, wellness); home builders association; horse racing, lottery; manufacturing; non-profit/fundraising; orchestra and the arts; paint manufacturer; property development and real estate; retail; social services; stock brokerage/financial services; tool manufacturer; tourism; utilities (water, gas & electric).

Her business, New Moon Marketing Communications, consults for small businesses and entrepreneurs. Web site www.newmoonmarcom.com

Email: [email protected]

Portfolio

New program specializes in pediatric sports medicine
Spring 2016
Health screenings promote safety in youth athletics
Spring 2016
Campaign aims to end sports injuries
Spring 2016
Clearing up strawberry birthmarks
Spring 2016
Yoga: A fun way to boost quality of life
Fall 2015
Center studies sleep disorders in children
Fall 2015
Growing trend: Fatty liver disease in kids
Spring 2015
Keep your liver happy for a healthy body
Spring 2015
The truth about headaches and kids
Spring 2015

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