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Improve your web traffic

Get those numbers up by providing information people can't get elsewhere—delivered with style you can't find everywhere.

Grow your audience

Turn potential clients into loyal fans by being consistent in delivery and tone.  

Increase engagement

Keep people glued to their screens by offering compelling, useful copy and tailored visuals. 

Build a solid reputation

Deliver valuable information in a relatable writing voice to keep people coming back for more. 

Become a trusted, reliable source

Showcase personable, easy-to-read writing that makes customers feel understood and connected. 


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"It's rare to find a talented writer who's as dependable and flexible as Paige — I know if I throw her pretty much anything, she'll do a timely and bang-up job."
If you get the opportunity to work with her, consider yourself lucky and do whatever it takes to hang onto her as your go-to freelance writer.

Recent Articles


Women Who Lift: Why Body Transformation Selfies Are Bulking Up

There’s a new fitness photo trend taking hold of the Internet. No, it’s not the sweaty gym selfie or the self-timed yoga pose pic. It’s a variation of the classic before and after weight-loss photo, with one major difference: the focus is not on losing weight, but rather on gaining strength. These new selfies show people, particularly women, sharing their evolution from slim to strong, thanks to strength training.

6 Tactics For Dealing With Political Stress

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Social media and the 24-hour news cycle have made it easier than ever to be an omnivorous consumer of information, obsessively gathering facts and opinions until you feel increasingly frustrated and helpless. The good news is that it’s possible to manage your stress around politics without deleting your social media apps or escaping to a remote island. These six practical strategies can help you find a healthy balance between staying informed and staying sane.

Believe It or Not, There's a Smart Way to Procrastinate

How many times have you started an important task, only to find yourself mindlessly scrolling through Instagram 20 minutes later ― and then chastising yourself for getting distracted? Because of common (read: inevitable) instances like this, most people have negative, guilt-inducing associations around the concept of procrastination. But Dr. Josh Klapow, a clinical psychologist, says procrastination itself isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It’s how you approach it that determines whether it becomes a burden or a tool.

 

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