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Dusti Arab

Average rate
$75/hour
  • Featured
  • Joined April 2015

Writer. Mischief Maker. Mother. Tiny house builder. Former coffee shop owner. Kickstarter funded.

  • Portland, OR, United States
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Dusti Arab
Portland, OR, United States

Availability

Seeking work

Available

  • Available during business hours only

Commitment

  • Can work 25hrs per week
  • Can commit to 3-6 months

Services

Categories

Copywriting Social Media Email Content Public Relations

Experience

Summary

B2B tech writer. Started writing professionally in 2010, specializing in copy, email marketing, and community building for brands who want to wreck the status quo.

CloudPeep clients

Startup
Content Marketer
May 2016 to Sep 2016

Work history

Content Marketer
I managed all written content from site copy to guest posts to the company blog to social media chats.
Marketing Specialist
Redid support center articles and revamped blog and associated content.

Education

Accreditations

Portland State University
B.S. Environmental Economics

Skills

Skills

social media copywriting community management content marketing content curation crowdfunding campaigns Copyediting blogging writing email marketing

Tools

Asana Basecamp Slack Facebook Buffer Mailchimp Canva Hootsuite Instagram Kickstarter

Interests

Industries I love

Advertising & Marketing Kids & Parenting Tech

What I read

Everything. Currently on my shelf: The Art of Asking - Amanda Palmer, anything by Ruth Reichl, The Social Animal - David Brooks, The Story and Its Writer, Twelve Steps To a Compassionate Life - Karen Armstrong, The Happiness Project - Gretchen Rubin.

Side projects

One time, I traded consulting for a coffee shop. Then this one time, I ran a Kickstarter. I also do community theatre. Also tinyowlcreative.co, princesspartiesnw.com. I like projects. A lot. I make things. -> http://www.dustiarab.com/what-i-do/resources/

Ideal team

Smaller teams are my preference, but a big company that is well-managed can have that feel, too, so I'm open.

I believe in transparency, audacity, and putting on your try-hard pants.