Jessica Klaus

  • Joined May 2015

CEO & Founder of a photography blog and publication, Beyond the Wanderlust, passionate about people connecting and fulfilling their stories.

  • St Marys, Ohio, United States
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Jessica Klaus
St Marys, Ohio, United States

Worked with

Availability

Not seeking work

Available

  • Available during business hours, evenings, and weekends

Commitment

  • Can work 10hrs per week
  • Can commit to 1+ years

Services

Categories

Social Media Content Community Copywriting Growth

Experience

Summary

I have developed a business with a community following of over 70,000 readers. Finding new tactics of social media engagement and community reach is something where I succeed and has helped my business to grow quickly.

Work history

CEO
Inspirational photography blog for the modern photographer.
Owner
Lifestyle photography studio located in downtown St. Marys, Ohio.
Wilson Memorial Hospital
MRI Technologist

Education

Accreditations

James A Rhodes State College
Associates of Applied Science

Skills

Skills

social media management social media strategy business development Wordpress adobe products Content writing networking multi-tasking Editorial Calendar blogger outreach

Tools

Facebook Advertising Google Analytics Iconosquare Instagram Yoast Facebook Facebook Power Editor Facebook Insights InDesign LinkedIn Medium Pinterest Wordpress Twitter Photoshop

Interests

Industries I love

Advertising & Marketing Kids & Parenting Media PR & Communications Photography Retail

What I read

Read Medium's recommended posts daily - these are typically other artists out there that are striving to get their work noticed. Drama series for books such as James Patterson books.

Side projects

Started my own business - Beyond the Wanderlust, through there I help photographers daily, increase their business outreach. I also help other bloggers maintain their business goals and focus.

Ideal team

I am goal oriented and do best with being able to self lead. The size of the team isn't as important as the style of management.