Writer #12897
Nashville, TN
4 Star Rating
2 Love Lists
2 Clients
18,000 Words
Amanda has been working in web content since graduating college. She began with the CBS Interactive web series Wallstrip, writing scripts, managing and editing other writers, and running the blog, which was developed using SEO and trends. From there, she ran other web shows in a similar fashion, as well as running social media marketing for web shows like TV.com's TV in a Flash. She worked on the web content side of The Amazing Race in 2012, as well as Jeff Schroeder's web series Around the World for Free. She also ran the blog for Natali Morris' web series Crash Test Mom, which involved adapting Natali's reviews of baby products into blog form. Most recently, she wrote and produced a web show for a top Swiss bank's employees and is currently writing a web series for employment lawyers, along with writing for Nashville Moms Blog and other freelance work. She specializes in breaking information down so that it is understandable and clear, and she can adapt her tone to fit any project.


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Industry Projects

  • Entertainment1,000+
  • Finance500+
  • Banking100+
  • Politics100+
  • Kids/Family20+

Summary of Industry Experience


Amanda has worked in the web entertainment industry for eight years. She has written scripts for eight web series, most of which lasted 3-5 years. For many of the series she's worked on, she also managed the blog and Twitter accounts. Projects include: CBS Interactive's Wallstrip and MobLogic, AOL.com's Daybreak, TV.com's TV in a Flash, and Next New Networks' Small Business Rules.


Amanda wrote scripts and blog posts for CBS Interactive's daily web finance series Wallstrip, which ran for five years. The show was irreverent and snappy, looking at stocks from a pop culture point of view. In this position, Amanda also wrote and managed the blog for the series, publishing posts throughout each day, based on current trends and SEO.


Amanda wrote and produced a web series for one of the top banks in Switzerland that ran five years. During that time, she edited and modified content from media releases, speeches, PowerPoint presentations, and bullet points to create a fun and informative web show for the bank's employees. In this position, Amanda also acted as a producer, gathering assets and coordinating interviews.


Amanda wrote scripts and ran the blog for CBS Interactive's daily news and politics series MobLogic. Blog posts expanded on the day's show, with a breakdown and additional resources focused on the topic addressed in the show. Topics included: peak oil, capital punishment, the presidential election (2012), and police brutality.


Amanda produced, wrote the blog for, and ran the Twitter account for Crash Test Mom, a product review web series hosted by Natali Morris. Blog posts took the parenting product reviewed in each video, and broke it down for those without enough time to watch the video. Amanda is also a mother of a toddler, and writes about child development and life on Nashville Moms Blog, part of the City Moms Blog Network.

Product Projects

  • Blog Post1,000+
  • Twitter Post1,000+

Summary of Product Experience

Blog Post

Amanda has written and managed blogs on various topics, including finance, news and politics, pop culture, motherhood, product reviews, and feminism. Many of these projects were used SEO and trending topics. Amanda specializes in adapting her voice to fit any tone: irreverent, informative, efficient, personal, professional, and any combination thereof.

Twitter Post

Amanda ran the Twitter campaigns for various web shows, including CBS Interactive's Around the World for Free and TV.com's TV in a Flash. That series began with 0 followers and increased to 5,000 in two months. Amanda specializes in creating a unique voice to fit each client's needs.

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