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Lindsey Parker

Freelance Marketing Strategist/Content Creator and Former PM

Location icon United States

You're looking for a marketer/content creator who can connect with your audience emotionally - preferably someone with a particular passion for digging deep into the intricate web of hopes, dreams, and fears of your readers. Wouldn't it be nice if this person also had experience in your shoes?

That's me!

After spending a few years as Product Manager, I decided to go it alone and entered the world of freelancing. I've ghostwritten for CEOs, scripted webinars, and crafted email marketing campaigns. I've written blog posts, case studies, web copy... you name it. Above all, I help both B2B and B2C companies create content that connects emotionally. Contact me at [email protected] for details.

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