In case you missed it, and I’m not sure how you could have, it’s Lisa’s birthday week! To celebrate, the Outspoken Media team decided to throw a blogger bash. What is a blogger bash? In honor of the incredible work Lisa contributed to the community and our team over the last year, we’re blogging our little hearts out all week to give Lisa some much-deserved time in the real world.
This week we’ll be featuring blog posts from each member of the team, which means you’ll have a chance to read posts from Michelle Lowery, Sabre Sarnataro, our newest addition, Danika Atkins, and myself. Our clients are familiar with their names, and some of you met Michelle at Pubcon South and Sabre at SMX Advanced, but it’s time each added their voice to the blog. Keep an eye out this week for their work and please join us in giving them a warm welcome!
Don’t worry, Lisa will be back next week, but what every blogger craves (and deserves) is a much-needed break from the blogosphere. To put things into perspective, in the last year, Lisa published 296 blog posts. Those were just the posts on the Outspoken Media blog, which doesn’t account for her client work, weekly posts on Small Business Trends, her guest posts and interviews, and her personal writing. In other words, she’s been busy, very busy.
She even found time to land these:
- Featured article: ‘King’s Speech’ puts spotlight on often-misunderstood impairment – TimesUnion.com
- 100 Social Media, Internet Marketing & SEO Blogs – Cision
- 100 Top International Copywriters and Content Bloggers – MarketCopywriter Blog
- Small Business Influencer Award Nomination (go vote!) – 2011 Small Business Influencer Awards
Lisa doesn’t just write like a super hero, she literally kicks ass in her spare time. Need proof?
So, join us in wishing our star an early happy birthday and look for some incredible, fresh talent on the blog this week. We’ll be writing about online scandals, how to marry SEO with your sales cycle, why good grammar is important to SEO copywriting and how to increase productivity through crowdsourcing. Stay tuned and go send Lisa some love!