Marjorie has a B.A. in Psychology, an M.A. in English/Creative Writing and a law degree (J.D.). She picked up awesome research skills and a work ethic that includes a scary level of attention to detail when she was a law journal editor. She has written articles for online sites for over 12 years, as well as writing humor for greeting card companies and crossword puzzles for magazines, books, and newspapers, including the New York Times. She wrote an entertainment blog that was consistently in the top 5 in the Google search results, and at its peak was #1 out of a total of 66,499,997 results.
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Marjorie knows that content must be compelling to cut through the clutter. Your potential customers have a million other things they could be doing besides reading the content on your site. Marjorie's content will capture and hold your audience's attention. She writes clear, persuasive, fluff-free text that informs and/or entertains while getting your message where it needs to go.
Marjorie likes museums, book groups, "So You Think You Can Dance," cookie dough ice cream, and walking around New York City.
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