Browse Our Top Cultural Globalization Writers
Search top cultural globalization writers to write high-quality content for the cultural globalization industry. As a Scripted member you will be able to reach out to them directly, negotiate price, and start short or long-term assignments with ease.
Kiesha Joseph represents The New Face of SEO, serving as an online marketing manager for Content Marketing Geek. Her clients refer to me as an SEO Goddess, bragging that she provides SEO Services with a Colorful Twist. Ms. Joseph has a true passion for writing unique, high-quality content to help bring more traffic to websites, blogs, social media pages, landing pages, sales pages and other online sites. Kiesha is also a published author, editor and brand builder for entrepreneurs, small businesses, authors and bloggers.
An avid writer, lover of words and cultivator of wit since childhood, Michelle Kulas began writing professionally in 2007 and founded her company, michellekulas.com, in 2010. She's been a member of the Scripted team for several years. When she's not proofreading her punctuation or crafting killer copy, Michelle is often found homeschooling her two children, spending time with her high-school sweetheart husband, hosting foreign exchange students, or simply enjoying life in sunny Southwest Florida. Your content is important to her, so please contact her if you have any questions about your project.
With a degree in Print & Broadcast Journalism, I have been an Editor and Freelance Writer for over 10 years. I write original content, translate from French or Italian into English, proofread, and copy edit. I have written for some of the largest fashion and family magazines in Canada and the United States, as well as many popular websites such as MSN, Parents.com, and more. I am currently the Editor of a local city magazine and the mother of three children. I also have several years experience in social media management, product description writing, and website content creation. Writing is, and has always been, my passion. As a mother of three, I often need time to get away from the everyday work around the house and focus on myself and what I love. Writing is that outlet for me. I am adaptable and easy to work with. I am ready to tackle nearly any topic and, in fact, I almost already have. I have also written loads of content related to travel, restaurant reviews, everyday tips, etc.
Abigail is a senior editor at REI's Mountain Project, Trail Run Project, MTB Project, Hiking Project, and Powder Project. She also works as a reported features contributor at Romper (Bustle's baby) and is the founder of Sticks & Stones, a newsletter about the outdoors for women, by women. Previously, Abigail was the engagement editor at Outside Magazine, an associate editor at Real Simple, and a part of the Healthy Living team at The Huffington Post, where she started the Go Rogue series. Publications such as Reader's Digest, Time, and PopSci have also featured her work. She once wrote a biography about a farmer-turned-CEO and hopes to write more books in the future. Abigail holds a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
Abigail W writes about...