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Liz Alton

Liz Alton 

Liz Alton is a freelance writer who frequently writes about digital and online marketing, SEO, social media, travel,  higher education, entrepreneurship, productivity, analytics, technology, small business content, and B2B trends. Her bylined and ghost-written work has been published in The Huffington Post, USA Today, Forbes, Inc, Small Biz Trends, Mic, Entrepreneur, Technorati, and dozens of other publications. She holds an MBA, and undergraduate degrees in journalism and anthropology. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters in Journalism at Harvard University. She has a certification in non-profit management from Stanford. Her content marketing clients range from Fortune 500 brands to venture-backed startups. Her previous work experience includes international economic development and strategy consulting.

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