Need consulting help for your blog or social networking efforts? Need a dynamic freelancer for your Web site, magazine, newspaper or writing project? Need a bit of flavor when writing about that controversial topic du jour? Need someone to speak at your event? You know what you need right? You need some Snob in your life!
If you're just starting out as a blogger or you're trying to take your social networking efforts to the next level, Danielle Belton knows how to move your online presence from obscurity to in-demand. The award-winning Belton did this for The Bakersfield Californian newspaper, kicking off their blogging spree as their first ever blogger in 2004. She did it again with her own blog The Black Snob. And she most recently worked as the Online Campaign Manager/Blogger for non-profits Win Without War and New Security Action, boosting their online presence in a matter of months.
As a consultant, Danielle Belton can help steer your blog to better visibility, better press, better content and a stronger social media presence. And Belton has several plans to fit your blogging needs -- from just getting you started to creating blog strategy plans to pump up your site.
WRITER FOR HIRE
From education to crime to entertainment to politics to commentary, if you can name it, Belton has written about it. She's written for publications as varied as ESSENCE, The American Prospect, The Root, Gawker Media's site Jezebel, Huffington Post, Mediaite.com and many others. She also wrote two regular columns for The Bakersfield Californian during her five years there -- a humor column and an entertainment write-up called "Word on The Street."
Belton is currently working and editing two untitled book projects with first-time authors and will be featured in December's ESSENCE Magazine, where she penned its end-of-the-year entertainment round-up. Although Belton has done a lot of work as a humorist and is an avid fan of "snark," she is also known for her more serious writing and reporting style exhibited at times on The Black Snob and in her career as a reporter.
Right now, Danielle Belton is available for writing and editing blog posts, articles, Web site content and other written materials. She's an ideal fit if you're looking for a nuanced and engaging writer who can find a unique take on even the most commonly written subjects.
TALK TO HER
Funny, frank and to-the-point, Belton is regularly pursued for her commentary and is available for all media requests. She is experienced as both an on-air talent (both television and radio) and as a political commentator. Her topic expertise is varied, as Belton has written about or spoke on everything from entertainment, pop culture, politics, music, film, books, current events, technology, television, gender issues, as well as race and cultural issues. You can see a list of publications, radio programs and TV shows she's been quoted in or was featured on her "About Me" page.
HAVE HER TALK TO YOUR GROUP
Under The Black Snob banner, Danielle Belton spoke at Harvard University's Black Policy Conference, historically black college Howard University's Communications Job Fair and was a regular touring panelist on poet Bassey Ikpi’s "BasseyWorld Live" East Coast tour. She also regularly lead motivational chats with students when she lived in Bakersfield on everything from journalism to academic success to college preparedness. She is best known as a speaker who mixes the serious with the humorous in a laid back, easy-to-relate manner, ideal for any public setting.
For more information about Danielle Belton's services or any other media requests, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.