where-ive-beenThis blog has been in radio silence for way too long, and my only excuse is both lame and understandable: I’ve been super busy with work. I believe it’s a case of the shoemakers’ children syndrome. I’m so busy blogging for others, I haven’t had time to do it for myself. But the truth is I’ve really missed writing my own blog posts, so I’m going to get back into it.

 

Before I start back with a truly informational blog post, I wanted to catch you up on what you’ve missed.

 

Websites, websites and more websites:

 

I’ve been busy writing websites for a variety of clients including two law firms, one court reporting firm, one cerebral palsy FAQ site, and a professional organizer. I truly love writing websites, and can’t wait to share them. Only one of the websites is up and running, but please take a look:

 

www.garlovskylaw.com

 

I wrote the content for the site along with the blog posts.

 

Blogs, blogs and more blogs:

 

In between writing websites for various companies, I’ve also been maintaining blog posts for many clients including lawyers, a moving company, a laundry bag manufacturer, and more. If you’re interested in how to have a green move, or how to create the perfect laundry room, take a look:

 

www.sortasack.com/blog

www.manchestermoving/com/blog

www.divorcelawyerschicago.org/

www.focusonaging.com/blog

www.garlovskylaw.com/blog

 

I also have been busy creating content for social media campaigns for a majority of these blogs.

 

And that’s just my blogging and website work! As I said, it’s been a busy couple of months. But I’m back to blogging and can’t wait to share some ideas on how to use content and copy to really skyrocket your marketing and your business.

 

Summer and fall have really brought on an explosion of clients, and I’m loving every minute of it. I also have another top secret exciting blog project in the works that I can’t wait to share when it’s ready, hopefully just another week or two.

 

What have you been up to? Is fall bringing as many fun projects for you as it has for me?

 





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