Morgan H. is committed to providing all her clients with well-researched, thoughtful work that succinctly meets the needs of their readers. Her areas of expertise include real estate copy and business blogs for both B2B and B2C industries. Business blogs are more than just another arm of a businessâ€™s marketing strategy; they are an opportunity to create a community around a business. That community is made up of existing and prospective customers, and as an entrepreneur herself, Morgan knows firsthand how important it is to provide a clientâ€™s audience with engaging, useful blog posts that will generate buzz. She also understands SEO best practices and is skilled at weaving LSI and longtail keywords into copy without disrupting the reading experience.
Morgan has been writing professionally since 2008. Recently, her credited work has appeared in a regional magazine and on two nationally recognized parenting websites. She has also written and edited copy and promotional materials, including newsletters, press releases, brochures, and informational bookmarks for bookstores and libraries.
Morganâ€™s career background outside of writing is in early childhood education and literacy. After college, she worked as a reading tutor and then as a literacy aide in elementary schools. She served as the youth services coordinator for a public library system for four years, implementing family programs, literacy initiatives, and caregiver workshops. She partnered with her regional supervisor to successfully write two grants for improvements to the childrenâ€™s department, including acquisition of educational software and take-home kits.
Her writing in college received accolades as she completed her bachelorâ€™s degree in English literature and writing. Her work was selected for presentation at Big South Undergraduate Research Symposium and nominated for the Winesett Scholars Library Research Award. She was awarded for a non-fiction entry in the Appalachian Heritage Writers contest in 2011 and for fiction in 2015.
Writing has been Morganâ€™s life-long passion. She first started writing the age of five, creating a series of books about a girl named Happy and her pet bird.