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I have 7+ years experience as a branded content creator. My past work includes bylined articles, blog posts, web copy, press releases, social copy...pretty much anything you can think of. I specialize in strategic branded content and matching brand tone & voice.
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Nicole Danielle Martensen is an applied anthropologist and archaeologist. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Humboldt State University in May 2014. Nicole has worked as an archaeologist for the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, and as a Research Assistant at the Stanford Archaeology Center. She is currently working as a freelance transcriptionist and concluding her Master’s Degree in Applied Anthropology at Humboldt State University.
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As a business writer, feature writer, music/theater critic and columnist, for the past several decades Keely Brown has been a regular contributor to major national newspapers such as The Atlanta Journal and Boulder County Business Report. As an Internet content writer, she has written hundreds of articles for content providers such as Demand Media/eHow, Media Piston, ConsumerSearch, Textbroker and Search Sciences. Currently, she does most of her Internet content writing for Scripted. Keely is the recipient of a Colorado Press Association Award for feature writing, and won a Best of Atlanta award for her daily radio program. In addition to her writing career, she is a life-long musician and has toured throughout the US and Europe, performing for dignitaries such as the Queen of England. As a musician, she has been profiled on CNN, National Public Radio and BBC Radio and Television. Today, she lives in Key West with her husband Tim Stroud, who is also a Scripted writer.