If you’re here, it’s because you heard about our team writer and lead project support, Amy. Let me go ahead and show you how involved (and incredible) she is.
A brief introduction
Amy has been on the Salted Pages team since February of 2022, and has been full-time with us since January of 2023. She’s put in countless creative hours and words into our projects, and we couldn’t be more grateful to share that.
In short: that Salted touch is natural to Amy
Has a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in History (summa cum laude) from the University of Houston
Also holds a Master’s of Science in Scottish History from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland
Is responsible for helping our client, Courtney Blair, receive 5 dream inquiries within 5 days of launching (the same project that had zero — zilch — nada revisions)
Clients have cried happy tears with her work
Reads about 10 books a month (and shares critiques on Instagram at @amyreadstoomuch)
She’s also the reason for the below reactions
Tasks we rely on Amy for
As Salted Pages has evolved from a one-writer ship into a smooth-sailing team, we’ve been asked questions like, “Who writes what?” Ultimately, rarely does anything go out the door without at least two writers involved. However, here is a glimpse into how we break up our roles, while bringing you a seamless experience. Amy has a true knack for service pages, and I (Lauren) have mastered the art of an about page. Together, we write what you need.
Here’s a glimpse into how you’ll work with Amy!
Onboarding (sending your welcome packet, booking gift, project dashboard, etc.)
Quick questions and project status updates
Writing website copy, emails, blog posts
SEO research (team effort)
Initial concepts (team effort)
Editing (before you see it, and after your revisions are complete for that final bow on top)
Away from the keyboard Amy…
Loves a cuppa Earl Gray tea (especially when it’s accompanied by Scottish scenery)
Incorporates new recipes into her home chef repertoire as often as possible
Is refining her floral design skills via local flower markets and DIY video tutorials
Knows more fun facts about history (and many other uncritical subjects) than you can shake an encyclopedia at
A team to turn the page with
No one tells you, when starting a business, that one day you’ll be so attached to the brand, you’ll have a near impossible time scaling it. Or outsourcing. Or building a team. But letting go and trusting another creator with these Salted words was precisely how I changed the tides over this last year, and I am over the moon about it.