Mary Ghostwriting, Chief Ghost
Taking social beyond the typical fare, Mary offers digital strategies you've yet to consider. She has been scaring up traffic for websites, ghostwriting and teaching clients how to "do" online since 2010 (and has been writing since forever). She has partnered with best selling authors, indie publishers, and everyday people on works spanning a variety of genres and manifesting in anthology chapters, book doctoring, memoir shaping, and collaboratively creating worlds.
Writing is one side of her business and promotion is the other. Named to Kred's Top 50 Social Media Bloggers, a Leading PR Pro by Entrepreneur Magazine, an Expert Marketer by Inc Magazine, and a variety of other "who to follow" lists, Mary knows how to find - and get you noticed by - your target audience.
She is regularly quoted by leading publications, has her own byline on too many sites to list, and is regularly asked to participate in industry events - though she often declines travel opportunities as part of her day is devoted to homeschooling (or hackshooling, to more accurately describe it). Online privacy and teaching businesses, individuals, families and schools about the dangers online are of particular interest to her, considering. And beyond getting found, she can help you disappear as well, like a good ghost should.
Most importantly, Mary is also a ninja, according to her son, as she has taken numerous martial arts classes (though she is proficient in none of them). And she has an ongoing short story series, Chapter One, as well as numerous other side projects that keep her on her toes when her little guy isn't!
Christina Yeager, Social Technologist & Creative Director (Social Ghost)
Beyond being the voice of Digital Media Ghost on all our social sites and curating content specific to clients spanning an array of verticals, Cris leads our creative efforts, from designing slide decks and ebooks, to developing branding packages and ad campaigns. She's also a masterful social technologist, staying two steps ahead of everything "online" and sorting out solutions with a quickness that never ceases to amaze. Cris takes multi-tasking to a whole new level.
When she isn't busy being the site seer, Christina can be found creating clothing graphics for various online games, writing articles, romance novels, blogs and (we're guessing) saving the world.
Maggie Kellett, Ghostwriter
Maggie is a versatile ghostwriter, currently focused on the convergence of AI and emerging trends spanning a variety of industries. She helps companies stay on their toes with insight affecting their financial bottom line. She’s an experienced investigative journalist, who wrote for the now disbanded Columbia City Paper in South Carolina. With a passion for research, she writes all kinds of short essays in her free time, and dabbles in her first love, poetry, of which she has published somewhat extensively.
She has a substantial, and confidential, body of work online. And pieces authored under her own byline can be found on One More Second Line, where she writes and reflects on the human experience. Maggie is currently working on a book of the same subject matter.
She has a rich family history in music and enjoys writing and singing in her spare moments. Aside from a good murder mystery, her family is her ultimate comfort. She has two children that she credits with keeping her introspective and constantly working toward being a better human being. She lives with her best friend and love of 20+ years in New Orleans, La.
Connect with her! Twitter: @magdaleneKwrite | Email: Maggie.Kellett@digitalmediaghost.com
You, Ghostwriter & Digital Strategist - or Guest Ghost!
Do you know a TON about social media? Meaning you're active on many sites, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Tumblr, Google+ and so on? Or, if you aren't active on them, you have a 'better than working knowledge' of them? And a desire to constantly learn more? Are you a self-directed, reliable worker who is comfortable with deadlines and doesn't require hand holding? Are you a great CREATIVE writer? You don't need a portfolio of tech work, but you DO need to be able to tell a good story - and your spelling and grammar must be excellent. And finally, do you have part-time availability (to start) to work from home for competitive rates? If all of this sounds like you, reach out!