Tami primarily writes about digital marketing, social media and website design -- she ghost-blogs for marketers throughout the United States. She is also in the process of launching a travel site and an affiliate fashion blog, in her free time.
Tami is a digital nomad who has already worked from three states in 2014, and she plans to move to Central America in the spring. Her interests include photography, film and fashion.
Tami attended the world-renowned Missouri School of Journalism, where she focused on magazine journalism and entertainment writing. She moved to Austin, TX, in 2009 to study film, and she completed coursework at several of the city's top independent programs, including Austin FilmWorks, Austin School of Film and The Screenplay Workshop.
Tami also completed the IT Project Management Certificate Program at Austin Community College in 2012, and she plans to take the PMP exam in 2015.
Tami has helped a number of digital marketers across the United States to develop a stronger personal brand through content marketing. She regularly ghost-blogs on topics such as social media, content strategy, SEO, and web design and usability. She consistently receives rave reviews from her clients.
Tami has a huge amount of experience in the entertainment industry, primarily in TV and music. She has 12 years of experience in cable TV, having worked as a digital content producer and project manager focused on promoting new properties for networks. She was a co-founder of NYC Popfest, a five-day international music festival, and a founding skater (as well as online, PR and marketing director) for Gotham Girls Roller Derby. She has also worked as a college radio DJ, a marketing rep for Sony Music, and an independent promoter staging unique live music events everywhere from the Coney Island boardwalk to a decommissioned WWII lightvessel called The Frying Pan.
As the owner of a small digital agency and a serial entrepreneur, Tami is perfectly positioned to provide branding and marketing advice to small business owners. She particularly enjoys working with startups and helping them tackle the tough questions about their overall goals and strategy for their businesses.
Tami has done a huge amount of ghost-blogging work, writing for marketers and small business owners across the United States. She began blogging on her own site in 1997, and she has developed a number of personal blogging projects in the time since. She is currently working on the launch of a travel and photography blog to document her adventures as a digital nomad.
Tami has written for a number of publications, both online and off, during her career. She has covered a wide range of subjects, including music, movies, travel and fashion. She has a strong background in article marketing and SEO writing, as well, and she has written about a number of offbeat topics -- everything from dentistry to plastic bottle manufacturing -- for her recent clients.
Tami has created website copy for some of the biggest brands in the entertainment industry, including MTV, The SCI FI Channel, Nicktoons Network and Disney Online.
She also worked in state government for four years, where she developed a wide range of projects, including a website devoted to state financial transparency and a career-exploration program for middle-schoolers.
Tami is relatively new at writing product copy, but she has gotten 5-star reviews from her clients, so far. She just completed the CopyPress product copy course and hopes to broaden her portfolio in this market in the near future. She has primarily worked with clients in the home construction and renovation market.
Tami is new to catalog writing, and hopes to continue working in this market. She is particularly interested in fashion writing, though she has done quite a bit of writing on home decorating and interior design, as well. She became interested in catalog writing as a very young child, perusing the Sears and JCPenney catalogs every season.
Tami has worked on email newsletters for both The SCI FI Channel and Gotham Girls Roller Derby. She was also hired to create newsletter copy, as well as a series of social media posts, to help raise emergency medical funds for an employee of an Austin animal sanctuary who suffered a stroke in 2013.