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Top Business Writers

Tom Popomaronis

Serial commerce entrepreneur turned viral content creator, reaching millions of readers. I'm passionate about the creation + delivery of transformative digital experiences at scale in industries ripe for modernization. I've mastered the art of rapidly turning omnichannel vision into reality while bridging the gap between traditional and digital.

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Shanea Patterson

Wordsmith, B2B copywriter, and certified content marketing specialist with a knack for writing SEO content about business, finance, and marketing. With more than 10 years of writing and editing experience, I have the right combination of writing, researching, and editorial skills. My copy is clear, compelling, and always on time.

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John Rampton

John Rampton, founder of invoicing service Due.com, is an entrepreneur, online marketing guru and startup addict. He was recently named No. 3 on the Top 50 Online Influencers in the World by Entrepreneur Magazine, as well as a blogging expert by Forbes.

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Rachel Hartman

I'm a freelance writer with a degree in Business Administration and more than 10 years of experience in the publishing industry. During this time, I have helped create high-quality content for top U.S. online, print, and custom publications.

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Jasmine Watts

I am a blogger and freelance writer specializing in topics such as entrepreneurship, side hustles, personal finance, motivation, and fitness.

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Scott Steinberg

Award-winning lifestyle, business, and consumer trends expert. Bestselling writer on technology, travel, dating, entertainment, fitness, toys, mobile, apps, finance, family, parenting for 600 outlets - CNN to Wired.

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Erika Napoletano

Compelling stories in the business, healthcare, social welfare, and payment tech space. When you want your audience to listen, you have to give them a reason. Erika discovers and tells stories that deliver those reasons to the folks who most need to hear them through a wide variety of online content since 2007.

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Erin Ollila

Writer and content strategist who brings storytelling techniques to business content. Erin Ollila graduated from Fairfield University with an M.F.A. in Creative Writing. After a 12+ year career in human resources � specializing in employee health and dental benefits, as well as wellness programs� she's jumped headfirst into digital strategy and content creation.

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Derek Markham

I'm a writer, editor, and a green crunchy treehugger who embraces new media and social networking to help spread the word about positive social change. I dig solar and wind energy, green tech and cleantech, organic farming, permaculture, mushrooms, bicycles, and homesteading topics.

Miranda Marquit

Miranda is a freelance journalist and professional blogger specializing in subjects related to finance. You can find her work all over the financial Internet on sites like Wise Bread, AllBusiness, U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, Business Insider, Fox Business, Yahoo! Finance, MSN Money, and HuffPo.

Mark Graban

Author, speaker, consultant, and blogger about the "Lean" methodology in healthcare and other industries.

Kimberlee Morrison

Writer, editor, yoga teacher, opinionated information junkie.

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What makes a brilliant business writer?

Tasked with the responsibility to research the latest companies and startups, translate executive advice to the consumer level and understand the ins and outs of every role in a business (from human relations to marketing and tech), a business writer must be detailed. But they also have the unique opportunity to be the first to predict trends, introduce emerging entrepreneurs who could shift workplace dynamics and more. If a knack for reporting, it could be worthwhile to pursue a career in business journalism.

In beauty writing, being able to read the back label of a product and understand what each ingredient does for our skin or hair is essential. A travel journalist is a pro at geography. And a business writer? They have a specific set of skills and talents, too. To name a few:

They often own a business themselves.

“I own two businesses: a personal training and nutrition company, and a healthy fast-casual dining concept. The experience from both of these businesses in team building, strategy, scaling, partnerships, and operations makes me an ideal business writer.” — Karey Northington

They understand depth and clarity.

“This is crucial to convey your knowledge and expertise to your audience. Depth comes from experience and research, while clarity is about communicating in a way that is engaging to the audience.” — Rakhee Ghelani

They maintain ethics.

“As a business writer, you must be able to set yourself apart from the source. While many entrepreneurs will do anything to be featured in top tier business publications, being able to interview and investigate a company without bias is essential for writing a thought-provoking and accurate piece.” — Lindsay Tigar

What are the biggest trends in business writing?

Consider how success was explained when your parents entered the workforce. Now, think of your own trajectory. Decades of transformation in technology, remote working, funding and industry have shifted the way business is conducted and reported. This makes the role of a business writer vital: they can foresee what’s coming, and they’re ready with a recorder to get the scoop.  

They understand depth and clarity.

"The age of the consultant. How to build a business on the side or create a side- hustle is a popular topic among families looking to add multiple streams of income as the cost of living increases."

Karey Northington, Entrepreneur
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More content will be data-driven.

"As more data becomes available, good business writing will center around compelling insights that are both informative and relevant to the audience."

Rakhee Ghelani, Legal and Business Writer
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Who does business writing really well?

When you consider the most influential business writing, it's important to understand the audience. Not only are budding professionals absorbing the content, but entrepreneurs aspire to be featured by the leading publications. Fast Company is known for inventive storytelling that's backed by credible sources and research, while being named as an emerging company is an honor given by Forbes magazine. Forbes presents an annual list based on age, sector, industry and other factors, that many aspire to be part of. Writers who land bylines in print or online earn powerful street credentials that make pitching other pubs easier. Both Fast Company and Forbes have been delivering quality news and features for decades — with no end in sight, since hey, career will always evolve.

Secrets from a Business Writer

“Knowing your audience is crucial to set the tone and pitch the content at the right level. Business writing also assumes a level of expertise and the content must reflect this to be credible. Remember, anything you write must be directed towards the reader and what they need and want to know, rather than what you want to say.”

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