Gabrielle Simpson-Hass

Marketing Content Specialist

United States

There's nothing quite like a personal voice to make an organization stand out. The internet is a big place - to connect with your chosen audience, it's important to make a genuine connection.

My driving purpose is to help people find the information they need to achieve their goals. Whether that's through writing top-shelf content for brands as diverse as law offices and horticultural websites, or teaching voice lessons in my personal music studio, connecting people with information is always my core objective. By creating unique voices and content for every client and connecting with each student, I aim to help increase others' knowledge in a real way.

My experience as a content creator and an artist has given me a deep understanding of the importance of branding and inspiring consumers. It has also given me the skills that allow me to create connections in a variety of mediums. Social media marketing, SEO-oriented content creation, long-form content development, and website creation are just a few of the specialties I use daily to support my own and others' brands while making the Web a better place.

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It's about, you guessed it, surviving and thriving during the music major application process. This book contains some of my most requested answers, including: How auditions actually work! How to figure out whether a music major is right for you! How to handle audition nerves! AND MORE! If you're...

Keyword Placement 101: Where to Use Keywords for Better SEO

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The Fundamentals of Contract Law

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