A self-taught link building and content marketing expert, Sarah Harris brings her focus, drive, and commitment to providing superior service and quality content to Write Collective.
Sarah is a graduate of Emerson College, where she earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Speech with an emphasis in marketing and public relations in 2004. She spent several years working in traditional marketing and PR positions before moving into the virtual arena. Looking for a new and exciting way to use her knowledge and experience and expand her skill-set, she began her foray into the world of SEO back in 2009 when she launched her independent
guest posting service, Guest Post Girl, with the goal of providing original and engaging content for blogs as a means to garner high-quality links.
As her reputation for excellence, reliability, and a high rate of return grew, her clients began to request additional services, including the development of on-site blogs, as well as content management services. With a strong desire to expand her business and meet the needs of her clients, Sarah decided to branch out and offer content writing services in addition to guest posting, and thus Write Collective was born in 2014.
Jackie Freed – A graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison, Jackie Freed has worked in fundraising, nonprofit development and grant writing for over ten years. Freed’s passion for writing and creating compelling content began when she wrote op-ed columns for the Badger Herald while in college and continued as she began her career in nonprofits.
As the newest member of the Write Collective team, Freed is excited to translate her experience as a successful grant writer to helping clients expand their reach and engage their customers with quality online content.
Melissa Rivas developed a love of writing and a knack for editing in high school, when she joined and eventually became the Editor-in-Chief of her high school literary magazine. She graduated from California State University Northridge with a bachelor’s degree in Cinema and Television Arts, with an emphasis in screenwriting in 2009. During her time on campus she served as an editor of both poetry and layout and design for the school’s literary journal, The Northridge Review.
Since graduating in 2009 she has worked as a writer, creating and editing content for a wide variety of websites and blogs. In her spare time she participates in a creative writing group, penning her own original works and acting as a critic and editor for other members.