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    Walt Clark: Music maven turned senior social media strategist


    Do you have what it takes to master both the piano keys and social media strategy? Brafton’s own Walt Clark sure does.

    Meet Rachel Rodgers, project manager extraordinaire


    Who says genre fiction and slam poetry don’t prepare you for content marketing? Brafton’s Rachel Rodgers sure doesn’t.

    Going the distance with Content Marketing Strategist Emily Clark


    Whether it’s keeping her clients happy or running the Boston Marathon, Emily Clark knows what it takes to reach the finish line.

    Bill Cooper: From YouTube wunderkind to content marketing strategist


    After seeing the strength of content marketing in his teenage years with his successful YouTube channel, Brafton’s Bill Cooper knew he had to make his career in the industry.

    Are you there, Brafton? It’s me, Dominick Sorrentino


    It all started with God. Or was it dog? No, it was definitely God, at least the way Dominick Sorrentino tells it. “I went to a Catholic Pre-K, and the […]

    Chatting craft beer and content creation with Chelsey Church


    Chelsey tells us all about the life of a remote content writer, which craft beers you should try and why she’s so passionate about her job.

    There and back again with Senior Editor Jeff Keleher


    Senior Editor Jeff Keleher went from content marketing writer to manager to writer again during his wild ride at Brafton.

    Poems and puns: All about editorial with Managing Editor Quintin Collins


    What do poetry and content marketing have in common? Brafton’s very own Managing Editor Quintin Collins.

    Kermit was wrong; it’s easy being green!


    What’s in your office kitchen? Ask a Brafton employee today, and you’ll get mixed answers: Shortbread biscuits from someone’s recent trip to Scotland (they went fast), apples from the latest […]