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Emily Steck

Average rate
$40/hour
  • Joined November 2015

Emily E. Steck is a freelance writer, content marketer & community manager. Offline, she can be seen drinking tea, reading & taking hikes.

  • Philadelphia, PA, United States
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Emily Steck
Philadelphia, PA, United States

Worked with

Availability

Not seeking work

Available

  • Available during business hours and evenings

Commitment

  • Can work 3hrs per week
  • Can commit to 1-3 months

Services

Categories

Social Media Content Copywriting Email Public Relations

Experience

Summary

From confused film major to TV blogger to fully-fledged freelancer, today I work with brands and publishers to create worthwhile content to help their brand's online presence grow.

Work history

Content Marketing Specialist & Social Media Manager
I strategize, write and execute blog posts, whitepapers, industry insights, Quietly lists and more to position Quietly as a thought leader within the publishing industry for their blog. I also manage their social media and community channels.
Temple University
Student Worker
I worked as an office assistant for the Department of Mathematics, the advising office in the College of Science and Technology and the Klein School of Law and the Tuttleman Computer Center for nearly three years.
Ghostwriter
As a ghostwriter, I've written for publications like TechVibes, Forbes, Inc.com. My work can be provided for if asked.
Brown Films
Development Intern
I interned at this production company in London, UK. My duties included writing coverage/script reports on a variety of scripts, gathering documents for financing, creating and maintaining website content and design and other general office duties.

Portfolio

#StayWeird on the Internet: Best Practices for Tumblr

Tumblr is weird, but it's an incredibly popular content platform. Don't know where to start? Here are some of our best practices and tips to maximize your presence on Tumblr.

Digital to Print: Why Digital Publishers Are Choosing to Publish Print Magazines

Digital publishers are making the move back to (or for the first time) print, creating niche print magazines aimed at untapped or niche markets. Here's what you need to know before you consider creating your own brand publication.

How To Create a Killer Writing Portfolio for Freelancers

Whether you’re starting from scratch or looking to create a specific portfolio, here’s an in-depth guide into creating a killer writing portfolio for your freelance writing.

Education

Accreditations

Film & Media Arts

Skills

Skills

writing social media management community management content creation content marketing social media strategy content strategy blogging proofreading newsletters

Tools

Canva Final Cut Pro Facebook Google Analytics Instagram Slack Hootsuite Wordpress Yoast Buffer BuzzSumo Asana Pinterest Twitter