Content Marketing and Copywriting
I nail your voice and style to create content that builds your “know/like/trust” factor with your audience so you can take care of doing what you do best. My specialities include health, fitness, and higher education.
Below are some of the clients I’ve worked with:
Blog posts | Content Marketing | Case studies | Copywriting
E-books | Editing | Landing pages | Newsletters | Podcast scripts
Product reviews | Profiles | Web copy | White papers
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Could focused breathing be a key to better health? (Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine)
For Friendship’s Sake (Washington University in St. Louis)
A Dream Come True: Gabe Wasserman ’24 Represents USA in 2022 Maccabiah Games (Whitman College)
Don’t Let Cycling Knee Pain Ruin Your Next Ride—Here’s How to Prevent It (Peloton)
How to Make the Most of Your Personal Training Sessions (Ness Well)
4 Ways to Treat Uterine Fibroid Symptoms Without Surgery (Parsley Health)
Learning to be Unladylike (Timber.fm)
Sciatica Can’t Hold This Tenacious Athlete Back (SpineUniverse)
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Gave This Athlete Her Life Back (SpineUniverse)
With my professional background as an occupational therapist and personal experience as an endurance athlete, I bring a deep well of experience and insatiable curiosity to my work. My health and fitness stories have been published in outlets including The Washington Post, Runner’s World, Outside, and many others.
You Might Not Be Hungry After a Workout — But You Should Still Eat Something (SELF)
8 People Share Their Best Tips for Navigating the Fitness World in a Larger Body (SELF)
How to do your first pull-up, and why you should try (The Washington Post)
3 Ways Mindy Kaling Went From Hating Exercise to Actually Enjoying It (SELF)
Thanksgiving means family, food — and plenty of harmful diet talk. Here’s how to deal with it. (The Washington Post)
How to channel your rage into a workout so you actually feel better (SELF)
Here’s why you should let your mind wander — and how to set it free (The Washington Post)
This Grandmother Learned to Swim in Her 50s. Now, at 73, She’s a Returning Ironman Champion (The Washington Post)
I’ve Tackled Triathlons, Marathons, and Mountain Races—All While Living With Crohn’s Disease (SELF)At 50, She’s Tackling a Lifelong Dream of Hiking more than 2,000 Miles (Next Avenue)
Twelve Truths About My Life with Bell’s Palsy (Longreads)
I hide food from my husband. It’s helping me heal from my unhealthy relationship with food. (Insider)
I Hate Sports. But My Daughters Love Red Sox Nation and I Couldn’t Be Happier About It (The Washington Post)
“Pam recently created two pieces of content for our organization that involved challenging interviews with reluctant sources. She not only finessed those interviews and elicited fantastic responses, her copy was very clean and comprehensive. She also kept me informed throughout the projects’ timeline of any expected delays and if there was a need to shift the editorial process. I’m grateful to have found a writer who can deliver impactful content in a such seamless manner.”
—Amanda McCorquodale, Digital Content Editor at Integra LifeSciences
“I worked directly with Pam on a large copywriting project in the Health and Wellness industry. Pam was a pleasure to work with and completed the project on time, on the scope and on budget.
She is very easy to work with and brings great ideas to the table. She does not simply take instructions and return a product. Pam dives into the work, asks great questions and presents innovative thinking along the course of the project.
I recommend Pam to other people looking for a high-caliber copywriter with a sharp sense of how to engage readers and keep them coming back for more.”
—John Hartman, SkillPower founder
“If you are an editor, Pam will quite simply make your life easier. I have a huge workload, a lot of stress and very little time. I know that when I pass a creative brief off to Pam, she will get it done, get it done competently and get it done on deadline. That takes stress off me and, coupled with the fact that her copy invariably needs very little editing, gives me time back.
Pam can write in any voice you need her to, to any audience of any level of sophistication and on most any subject. I’ve commissioned a wide range of stories from Pam, and she has nailed them every single time. I’ve yet to stump her!
Pam will prove herself to be an invaluable addition to any publication’s pool of freelancers, and a huge asset to any editor lucky enough to work with her.”
—Patrick Sullivan, Executive Editor/Content Director, SpineUniverse at Remedy Health Media
“Pam was an editor’s dream. Her work required little to no editing and she took direction seamlessly. Her pieces are always well thought out and researched. If all my writers could be like Pam, I would be a lucky editor indeed!”
—Talia Haykin, CMO and social media strategist
“Pam was a pleasure to work with. She wrote exceptional content, delivered her pieces on time, and was always attentive to any details about her pieces, or invoices. I would happily work with Pam again and recommend her highly.”
—Justin Martin, owner of Juice Brand Sports
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