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I’ve been writing online and offline for years. During my professional writing career, I’ve written hundreds of blog posts and web pages. Getting them done wasn’t always easy, but none of them felt like writing an entire page about my character.

Seriously, am I permitted to dodge this part? I’m getting anxious. What can I say about myself that would make you want to stick around or convince you that I’m human and not a bot aimlessly following commands?


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I’m Samantha (Sammy, Lola, Andromache, Deineira… call me whichever) a stay at home wife grinding hard on the daily as a content marketing strategist and blogger.

I’m a pizza hogging junkie who spends too much time researching about entomology and exploring online opportunities.

As a self-proclaimed poetess with a rather unhealthy fetish for books, my life is pretty much simple and quiet. When I’m not annoying the life out of my husband, Clarence, I’m either grinding at the desk or getting frustrated around my 1974 sewing machine.

Hailed from the tropical island of Jamaica, my childhood days were spent lingering by the sea with a rod in hand. I dig hanging with hubby and if I had all the time in the world, I’d probably be reading books’.

While my side hustle is done indoors, my husband and I are full-time ministers; hence, we spend a great deal of hours voluntarily teaching people from the Bible at their homes.

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Prior to working as a content marketing strategist, I labored in several other capacities. After a year of teaching Principles of Business and English Language, I discovered that the classroom was not my cup of tea. I’ve always wanted to study law (which I partially did, Business Law to be exact) but my passion for computers led me to study computer programming at a local college. After completing my studies, I settled for a job out of my hometown as an SEO Content Writer.

My professional online journey commenced as a means to an end. I was about to get married and after calculating the costs and responsibilities associated with being a married woman, I decided that I needed to be at home where I could take care of my family.

A week before exchanging vows, I left my 9-5 as an SEO Content Writer to make my side hustle a full-time career.

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… and I’ve never been happier.

Working online has changed my perspective on making a living and sharing the knowledge I have with others who are seeking online opportunities. I’ve worked with some incredible clients, hired a few extraordinary and industrious freelancers, and pretty much delved into so many aspects of Internet income.

Today, I’m helping my clients get seen and reach their target audience through the content they create and content strategies. I also help clients find economical alternatives to their marketing strategy, whether through available information, free tools, and consultation. My clientele is diverse, as I’ve worked with clients around the world and in various industries.

I’ve worked with food bloggers, tech and software moguls, home and garden experts, digital marketers, and service providers who are simply looking to make their mark.

I’d love to help you use what you know to create your own empire and set up a blog. The field is ripe for harvesting. You’re never too young or old to start your own blog. Get in touch and we’ll discuss your content needs.

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