Shhh…I’m Pretending to Blog

April 26, 2016   /   by  Diane Callihan

Insert Valuable Digital Marketing Insight Here

I’ve spent a lot of my career writing for other people. I’ve written websites, scripts, speeches, presentations, ads, instructional manuals, annual reports and everything else you can think of, on a range of topics from landfill management to beef jerky.

In my personal life, I’ve written a number of my friends’ resumes and their profiles (yeah, that’s why they seemed funnier online).

I’m supposed to be blogging about digital marketing stuff, providing you with awesome insights and valuable content, so you’ll come to trust us and love us and hire us and we can all be friends forever. And my boss will think I’m entertaining and lead-generating and give me a bag of money or at least some tacos.

That’s the idea, but really, I’m just not in the mood. (Don’t say that on your dating profile.)

So maybe no one will notice if we just hang out for a few minutes. Kill some time together.

I like your shirt.

Actually, we probably have lots in common. I’m in marketing. If you are reading this – what is usually a marketing blog – you’re probably involved in marketing too.

So we have that. Plus, you know. Tacos. A common appreciation of your shirt.

And maybe you also have moments when you don’t feel like doing your job. Happens to the best of us.

Hey. We could help you with that. Do some of the work. Make you look awesome. Plus, we’re kinda fun to work with and we’re even better looking than our photos suggest.

That’s all they’re getting from me today.

Let’s Talk.

Diane Callihan

Diane Callihan

With more than 20 years of experience writing for some of the country’s top brands, Diane helped to shape Roger West’s content strategy, lead generation, and PR efforts as Director of Marketing. She currently serves as President of Callihan Content Creation.