Sharon Hurley Hall – Blogging Portfolio, July to December 2015

The life of a freelance writer is a busy one, and it was for me in 2015. I’ve been writing, blogging and publishing on a range of topics. Here’s a portfolio of my bylined writing for the second half of 2015.

Sharon Hurley Hall - July-Dec 2015 BLOG PORTFOLIO

Crazy Egg

Main topics: conversion optimization, SEO, copywriting, user experience, analytics, mobile

OnePageCRM

Main topics: productivity, motivation, sales

Crackerjack Marketing

Main topics: content marketing, marketing, social media, SEO, analytics

Smartling

Main topics: translation, mobile marketing, analytics, localization

Adept Marketing

Main topics: digital marketing, SEO, CRO

Search Engine People

Main topics: social media, content marketing

Freelancer FAQs

Team Project Mayhem

SelfStartr

Write Life

Inturact – NEW!

Publicate – NEW!

  • 10 Shortcuts to Deliver Expert Content Marketing With Ease

TextMagic – NEW!

Picreel – NEW!

Clickability – NEW!

Launch27 – NEW!

Mobile Commons – NEW!

  • SMS: The Missing Link in Customer Engagement?

Contributed to

Cited:

Published on LinkedIn

Published on Medium

And, as if all this weren’t enough, during the second half of 2015, I did some ghostwriting, including:

  • posts on SaaS marketing
  • a white paper on WordPress
  • a white paper on eCommerce
  • an ebook on sales

That’s the end of this roundup. You can find more of my 2015 writing credits here.

10 thoughts on “Sharon Hurley Hall – Blogging Portfolio, July to December 2015”

      1. As you may know, my show will be changing gears — from Better Blogging to Better Freelancing.

        In other words, we’ll be chatting about the best practices of successful freelancers… and you would definitely qualify for a re-appearance. 😉

        Brent

  1. Sharon:

    For some reason, I’m just now seeing this “wow” and “oh my goodness” roundup of some of your work. No wonder, you’re my hero! (and thanks sharing queen, Melanie:)

    I do love your work, as you know (cited you more than once) but, I can’t tell you how impressive this body of work looks to those, like me, who aspire to write well and more.

    I better get moving! That’s all there is to it. You are a superstar, Sharon.

    P.S. Thanks for all you do and all the valuable information you share with readers. Better bookmark this…

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