Hiring A Personal Finance Freelance Writer?
Finding a good writer for your business can be difficult.
I offer high-quality SEO optimized content with quick turnaround times on a variety of topics.
I have extensive experience writing about personal finance, real estate, credit, credit cards, student/personal loans, mortgages, debt management, business and career niches.
Why Choose Me?
I graduated from West Chester University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors in Finance and a Masters in Business Administration. I worked at Vanguard as a Series 7 & 63 licensed Brokerage Investment professional after graduating college, then pivoted to starting my own business writing content for people like you!
To make sure I continue developing as a writer, I have taken Mike Pearson’s Stupid Simple SEO course as well as Larry Ludwig’s SEO for Writers course. I am open to both ghostwriting and byline opportunities and will use my extensive experience with Ahrefs and SurferSEO to write top notch content that is SEO-optimized.
In addition, I have experience working with other freelancers, editors, and team members during the publishing process so I am sure I would fit in effortlessly in your existing content flow.
Please feel free to review my LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samantha-hawrylack/
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