I’ve been freelance writing since 2010 and have since created quite the portfolio. From Forbes to American Student Assistance, I provide quality content on topics such as personal development, finances, entrepreneurship, career, and more.
Who Works With Amanda
I specialize in helping non-profts, small businesses and solopreneurs get clear on their message, build a community and earn some serious street cred amount readers, customers, and clients.
Benefits of Hiring Amanda
My skills of online writing, marketing and community engagement have not only helped me catapult this blog, they’ve also helped my clients spread their own unique messages. That means my writing gets featured on huge media outlets that can take your site from kind of awesome to rockstar status. For a full list of my media mentions click here.
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Amanda wrote the hit piece 6 Things That Keep 20Something Women from Financial Success which had over 11,000 page views within the first couple of days of publication. It was also one of the top 5 most read pieces on Forbes Woman during Memorial Day Weekend 2012.
Amanda was selected for the guest contributor program on the popular job board, Simply Hired. Her post 3 Ways Freelancing Can Land You a Full-Time Job was featured on October 2, 2012.
Amanda’s hit article “How to Decipher Job Ads So You Actually Know What You’re Applying For” was picked up by The Huffington Post in April 2013.
Amanda is a regular contributor to the mega-lifestyle blog Lifehack. Her articles cover lifestyle, work, money and productivity.
Amanda is a regular contributor for the Brazen Careerist blog. This start-up company is based out of Washington D.C. and helps thousands of young professionals with networking and career opportunities. Posts include Why You Might Be Better Off Without a Job After College and How Your Blog Can Land You a Job.
Amanda has contributed to The Levo League, a website dedicated to helping young women with their careers.
Amanda writes a monthly column that focuses on women and entrepreneurship. She also writes book reviews for the popular site that focuses on upgrading the board room one woman at a time. Articles include You Gotta Spend Money to Make Money and The Two Ps of Starting Your Own Business.
myFootPath is a career advice blog for people of all ages, whether they are just of high school or changing careers. Amanda has contributed to their blog with a post entitled Side Businesses You Can Start on Your Own.
Amanda provided an article on resume tips for the Job Aware iPhone App.
Amanda is a regular contributor to SALT, a project between colleges and the non-profit American Student Assistance which strives to help college students and recent grads get a handle on their money.