This week on Maximum Mom, your host Elise Buie joined Stacey Freeman.
Stacey is a New York City-based writer and journalist and the founder of Write On Track LLC, a full-service consultancy dedicated to providing high-quality content and strategy to individuals and businesses.
She has written extensively on lifestyle topics including career reinvention, health and wellness, personal finance, divorce, and parenting. Her work has been published or syndicated in The Washington Post, The Lily (published by The Washington Post), Forbes, Entrepreneur, MarketWatch, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, Woman’s Day, Town & Country, InStyle, PBS’ Next Avenue, AARP, SheKnows, Yahoo!, MSN, HuffPost, Popsugar, Your Teen, Grown & Flown, Scary Mommy, CafeMom, MariaShriver.com, and dozens of other well-known platforms worldwide. And is frequently called on for her expertise and insights and have been quoted in media brands such as The New York Times, The Seattle Times, HuffPost, and SheKnows.
A storyteller at heart, Stacey also writes engaging personal essays and reported pieces on her clients’ behalf for submission to well-known magazines and newspapers boasting a global readership. With Stacey’s guidance, industry experience, and proven track record, her clients have seen their bylines, backlinks, and quotes appear in highly recognizable names that include Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, MarketWatch, The New York Daily News, American Bar Association, Above the Law, Yahoo, MSN, PBS’ Next Avenue, HuffPost, ParentMap, Marin Magazine, Marin Living, Better, Your Teen, Scary Mommy, and Mantra Wellness.
Her book, a memoir-in-essays, is scheduled for release in November 2022 from Unsolicited Press. Waking up every day to do what she love allows her to bring that same energy to her clients as she advises them on building their businesses and personal blogs to boost website traffic.
She helps her clients grow their presence and increase brand recognition by creating valuable SEO-rich website content, compelling profiles and bios, winning ad copy, and eye-catching press releases. Over the years, and as a direct result of her legal education, life experience, and voice in the divorce community, Stacey developed a subspeciality working with family and divorce and estate planning lawyers. By capturing each law firm’s unique tone using education, example, and story, Stacey connects potential new clients with the legal professionals best-suited by skill and personality to represent them.
9:35 a book about betrayal
11:08 the blog: an online resume
13:55 a book deal
16:17 figuring out your tolerance level
29:38 keeping a connection
31:52 tips for co-parents
Watch the interview here.
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