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Carla Jean McKinney is an author and freelance writer specializing in topics related to science, technology and health. With a background in journalism, linguistics and sciences including astronomy, entomology and botany, she has written over 200 articles for print and the web, and authored several books and ebooks on topics ranging from nutrition for brain health to adult ADHD and preparing nursing students for NCLEX-RN exams. She also holds certificates in digital design, art photography, Photoshop, HTML and web page design, and creates digital content for both private clients and web-based publications and businesses.
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.
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I enjoy making words work. I am an editor. A writer. A content strategist. An embryonic storyteller. I realized something recently about my career. What I enjoy the most is creating and sharing useful information for the folks I’m writing for. My favorite comment about my work was from an inform magazine reader. He had been trying for years to implement an ECM project in his company. He plunked down an article from inform on his boss’ desk and said “This is why.” He received permissions and implemented a successful system that help the company save time and money. It felt great to hear that. Like it felt great to hear from people who had hung posters (yeah, infographics used to be called posters!) from the magazine on their walls. My entire working life has been focused on identifying topics to write about myself or assigning to others to write that help the audience I served improve how they use technology (ECM, copiers, managed IT, etc.). If there are words in it, I’ve either written or edited it — a magazine, multiple websites, webinars, infographics (including printed posters), blogs, calls to action, landing pages, email campaigns, newsletters, ebooks, tip sheets, and even videos.