About Joan Weisman
Hi! I'm Joan Weisman.
I’m a freelance copywriter and content strategist based near Seattle, Washington.
I can fulfill most of your digital and content marketing needs. Currently, I focus on three services:
(1) Digital and social media marketing strategy
(2) Creating or refreshing marketing materials (online or offline)
(3) Building online communities
In addition, here are nine things to know about me:
1. My first marketing job was in the late 1990s.
I was hired as an ad buyer and marketing manager for a national company. I loved the work, and they promoted me from assistant to manager quickly. When I built and managed an ad tracking system that improved the company’s revenue by nearly 100K a month, my reward was a $7 a week pay increase. I decided to go into sales, with a more direct relationship between effort and reward. However, my love of marketing remained, and I created flyers, WordPress websites, and promotional materials for my sales business.
2. I’ve personally written over 800 pieces of marketing content.
Since returning to the marketing world as a digital marketer and content strategist in 2017, I’ve written website copy, social media ads and posts, online and offline marketing materials, white papers, PR articles, blogs, training guides, and video scripts.
I’ve created content covering online marketing, diet, exercise, massage, SEO, onboarding new employees, customer retention, real estate, 1031 exchanges, business credit and financing, entrepreneurship, baking, crafts, disaster recovery, importing, ax throwing, professional cleaning services, housing foundations and soil types, virtual phone systems, text marketing, leadership styles, and more.
3. I enjoy the technical and analytic side as much as the creative.
The best part of digital marketing is the variety of tasks involved. I enjoy brainstorming and creating, going through the testing, and into the tracking phase when the cycle begins again.
4. I’m passionate about the environment.
There is an opportunity right now for companies promoting environmentally-friendly products and services to make real traction. From solar to non-toxic solutions, what is alternative now can be mainstream in a couple of decades. It’s good for the world and the people involved.