Emily Lambert is an Ohio-based lifestyle blogger and freelance writing professional with over 10 years of online publishing experience. Lambert specializes in SEO, web content, technical writing, research writing, and blogs. Lambert's work has appeared in several virtual publications including USA Today and The Houston Chronicle. She spent several years working with top-name marketing companies before launching a lifestyle blog in 2011.
She and her husband reside in a rural farming town in Ohio with their two children and GSD.
Run your blog more efficiently with a yearly blog binder. In this 749-word article, learn what to include in a blog planner, and how to use it to organize your blog, social media, and other forms of marketing. | Read More →Words: 749 Downloads: 0 Category: Online Business By: Emily Lambert
Being frugal is not the same as being cheap. In fact, frugal is a way of thinking, not simply a way to save money. Learning to adopt a frugal lifestyle will help one become more mindful of his spending and gain control of his life. | Read More →Words: 522 Downloads: 2 Category: Finance By: Emily Lambert
Did you know that what you share on social media could be detrimental to your career? This 703-word article explains which social media practices to avoid, to keep your employee reputation squeaky clean. | Read More →Words: 703 Downloads: 0 Category: Careers By: Emily Lambert
In this 755-word article, learn the difference between proper SEO practices and black hat SEO practices to create a successful website or blog. | Read More →Words: 755 Downloads: 0 Category: Internet By: Emily Lambert
Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, is an important part of web development. Those who are familiar with the basics of SEO are more likely to have successful websites than those who know little to nothing about SEO strategies. Simply knowing the basics can mean the difference between a high-ranking website and a low-ranking website. | Read More →Words: 704 Downloads: 3 Category: Web Development By: Emily Lambert
Just because you´re a professional does not mean that you have to sacrifice your glamorous fashion sense. While dark colors typically dominate the office-scene, implementing vibrant colors may make you appear more confident---often a plus for employers. Just don´t overdo it. Learning to tweak the drab "professional" color schemes to your liking will help you implement your own sense of style into your professional wardrobe. | Read More →Words: 403 Downloads: 1 Category: Fashion By: Emily Lambert
If you’re passionate about the written word and have a proven track record in creating exceptional content, then we should talk. We’re always looking to find great content and copywriters to join our site.Writer Registration