Leah Osoba

Content Manager, Copywriter

Location icon United States

I completed a print journalism degree at Wichita State University, where I also worked as a staff reporter for the university newspaper and won numerous journalism awards. I gained journalistic experience working at The Wichita Eagle in which I wrote more than 40 published stories and wrote several articles for KWCH.

Working at Prime Concepts Group has been and continues to be an amazing experience, expanding my vision each and every day. I have learned a great deal about marketing in general and, more specifically, Internet marketing. My position as a content manager at Prime Concepts has included managing client communications, copywriting, copy editing, ghost writing and social media management.


Assorted Website Copywriting

Assorted Book and Print Work

A Few Blog Posts for Prime Concepts Group

Prime Concepts Group Blog
Auto Commercials are Where It's at This Super Bowl

Although there are important differences between marketing (what we do) and advertising, we're just as excited as the next guy for this Sunday to roll around so we can check out all the new Super Bowl commercials. Why?

Prime Concepts Group Blog
How "Strategic Sloppiness" Can Skyrocket Your Marketing

A recent article by New York Magazine's Kevin Roose has been circulating LinkedIn in the last week or two... and garnering quite a bit of attention. Why? For one thing, the (somewhat misleading) headline, "How Spelling Mistakes and Bad E-mail Etiquette Can Help You Get Ahead," and image choice definitely grab your attention.

Prime Concepts Group Blog
4 Marketing Trends for 2013: New Edison Research

Edison Research, one of the world's largest and most respected media research companies, has released the 2013 Infinite Dial Report. This report helps marketers and organizations understand emerging trends that will have a big impact on their marketing strategies.

Assorted News Stories for The Wichita Eagle

The Wichita Eagle
Injured eagle to fly free

Those who know Ken Lockwood, the director of Eagle Valley Raptor Center, sum up his work with orphaned and injured eagles and other birds of prey in one word: passionate. "For me to release one - that's my high," he said.

The Wichita Eagle
Snow welcomes spring

As the Northern Hemisphere said goodbye to winter last night and prepared to welcome the first official day of spring this morning, many Wichitans wondered whether winter was really over. The National Weather Service announced a winter storm watch for Wichita and other area cities from Friday evening through this evening.

The Wichita Eagle
Lifelong friends prepare to go to med school together

By the time life-long friends Isaac Johnston and Jeff Cotter are finished with medical school, they will have spent 21 straight years in school together. "And that's not even including our residencies," Cotter said. Johnston, 21, and Cotter, 23, are seniors at Newman University and scheduled to graduate in May.

The Wichita Eagle
Baby boy touched Wichita nurse's heart in Haiti

Every time Wendy Lee uses her cell phone, a photo of a Haitian baby boy stares back from the screen. Each time she looks in his eyes, Lee says a prayer for him. Lee, 41, is a registered nurse who lives in west Wichita with her husband, John, and two sons.

The Wichita Eagle
Special scrub caps raise money for nurses' cancer treatments

When two of their fellow nurses in the emergency room at Via Christi Regional Medical Center-St. Francis Campus were diagnosed with breast cancer within a week of each other, Sara Ayalla and Ann Vittitow knew they wanted to help. "A simple conversation we had turned into a major production," Vittitow said.

The Wichita Eagle
Wichita nurse is working in Haiti | Wichita Eagle

Wendy Lee was in the Wichita airport late last week, loaded down with $1,000 worth of antibiotics, when she checked a Facebook message from her son: "Mom, come back alive," he said. "I wasn't worried until I read that," Lee said.

The Wichita Eagle
Hundreds drawn to help pack food in El Dorado for Haiti

EL DORADO -"Hoorah!" Robin Ribordy's nine children and two grandchildren shouted Friday afternoon as their second cardboard box loaded with dry food was sealed. Ribordy and the children were among the 3,000 to 4,000 volunteers expected to attend a food-packaging event for Haitians at the El Dorado Civic Center Friday and today.

The Wichita Eagle
Wichita police officers on horseback patrol malls | Wichita Eagle

Customers inside Old Chicago in east Wichita watched police officers Darren Chambers and Travis Easter with curiosity as the two uniformed men made their way to a booth. What none of them probably imagined is that, after polishing off their bacon cheeseburgers and french fries, Chambers and Easter would be donning spurs and mounting up.