Throughout my time as a Pinterest Manager, I’ve collaborated with companies of various sizes, from those just getting their feet wet to those that are well-established in their respective fields. Educators, culinary bloggers, boutique owners, sports trainers, and more are among the clients I’ve worked with.
I am so skilled at Pinterest Management that I have taught others! I joined Pinterest initially as a blogger, but as I found the platform’s true value, I transitioned into the realm of account management. There have been rapid shifts, but with each one has come a greater understanding of the platform and all it has to offer.
In the last decade, I’ve assisted thousands of clients in increasing their monthly earnings from nothing to hundreds of thousands of dollars. If you follow my advice, you will be able to expand your business and increase your monthly revenue, however, I cannot promise an exact amount. It’s fantastic to be able to communicate with others. If you manage to get your message out to the proper individuals, though, you’ll find yourself with a hungry crowd eager to feast on your wares.
This is the thing about “being in the know” on Pinterest. It’s not possible to become an “expert” on the platform after taking only a few classes on it. There is never a dull moment on this platform. This means that any skills acquired today will be useless tomorrow. Someone who isn’t afraid to get their hands dirty is what you need.
They performed all the legwork to familiarise themselves with the platform, and as a result, they were better able to foresee and adapt to change when it occurred, which, believe me, it did frequently. It’s not me who has the lowest prices.
But if you need a professional Pinterest manager who WON’T vanish or abandon your initiatives, you’ve found your gal. I am a firm believer that you get what you pay for, therefore if earning a profit is a priority for your business, it makes sense to hire a professional Pinterest specialist who guarantees her work.
My current position is that of an educational consultant, and my area of expertise is in helping elementary and secondary schools with their administration, hiring, onboarding, marketing, leadership development, and curriculum design.
During my time as Operations Manager/Director at Bright Horizons, I oversaw a team of over 31 educators, balanced an annual budget, and ensured that several projects were completed on time and within budget. In addition to managing the budgets and staff schedules of eleven schools, I was in charge of finding, hiring, and training new Center Directors.
Additionally, I have experience teaching primary education through fifth grade in both public and private institutions.
In addition to my duties in business and project management, I also serve as the company’s initial point of contact with prospective clients and business partners. So, I am confident and competent in delivering first-rate customer service.
My credentials and expertise in corporate training, recruiting, and management makes me an ideal candidate for any position.
My entire life, I’ve been a writer. When I was in school, I hated taking multiple-choice tests since I could do better with essay questions. The task of giving my words life and motion, as well as the precise connotations of words, fascinate me.
Throughout my career, I’ve written a wide range of materials for a wide range of audiences and purposes, including autobiographies, family histories, executive correspondence, investigative reports for corporations, product descriptions, marketing brochures, newsletters, training and policy manuals, and more.
I’m available to work with you at any point in the creative process, whether you need help coming up with an idea from zero, reworking your notes, or editing a rough copy.
There is more than one way to speak English; together, we can find the one that works best for your needs. In addition to my experience in media and communications for the local government, I also have experience in event planning and am a creative writer. My experience as a writer ranges from the creation of cozy pastime reads to the creation of legal papers and acts of sale.
My areas of expertise include writing SEO-friendly content, editing Wikipedia pages, and crafting engaging biographies. At the age of 19, I started writing cover stories for magazines, and in 2021, I graduated from the University of New Orleans with a Bachelor of Science in Urban Studies and Planning. I can’t wait to get back into the freelance writing, editing, and proofreading scene and put my skills to good use.
Professionally, I have done the research and writing in the fields of medicine, public health, academics, and journalism. I have been writing and editing for newspapers for over five years, and have also edited for medical journals, books, and legislative reports. In addition to MLA, APA, AP, and Chicago, I am also fluent in editing content, style, copy, footnotes, and citations in additional styles. I am happy to assist you with any academic writing project, whether it be an essay, grant proposal, final manuscript, or even citations.
For a long time, I’ve been writing, editing, and proofreading professionally. Writing is a major part of my day-to-day work as a software engineer. I write user documentation, communicate via email with stakeholders, and detail implementation designs for my team. Also, for more than ten years, I worked as a private tutor, assisting students with the English and grammar sections of admissions examinations and with the writing of personal statements for college and university admissions.
In all of these roles, I’ve prioritized producing work that is free of typos, clear in its intent, and well-structured to effectively deliver its message.