Zoe Treeson

Having started my career in film, storytelling is at my core. That’s why helping Verblio customers tell their most compelling stories is my bread and butter. I seek to make the journey from curious web visitor to loyal customer seamless and delightful. But Hitchcock and the Coen Brothers aren’t the only things that’ll get me chatting. Before being seduced by film, I was on a neuroscience track. So if you’re ever hankering to talk CRISPR updates or the newest RadioLab episode, be assured that you’ll have my attention.

3 Verblio Complete Stories: Get to Know the Account Managers

By Zoe Treeson / April 4, 2018 / 1 Comment

So, you’ve committed to content. You’ve allocated the time and resources to make content production a key strategy in your marketing. The hard part’s over, right? Not so fast. You need account managers to save the day! As soon as you’ve answered the question of why content creation is important for your business’s marketing strategy,…

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Verblio Customer Spotlight: Handshakin’ From Blog To Agency

By Zoe Treeson / February 7, 2018 / 0 Comments

For this month’s customer spotlight, we’re proud to introduce Matt Holmes of Handshakin. He’s been a longtime Verblio customer since 2014. Long enough, in fact, that he’s been able to witness our business grow and consistently adapt to the evolving content marketing trends. And as Verblio matured, Handshakin’ was growing up right alongside us, from…

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Adjusting to 6 Figures

Verblio (Formerly BlogMutt) Complete Customer Spotlight: Adjusting to 6 Figures

By Zoe Treeson / November 30, 2017 / 0 Comments

As the founder of a small business, Jeremy Rettig keeps himself pretty busy. With only 3 employees, Jeremy’s Adjusting to 6 Figures manages to host several courses a month, publish weekly blog articles, and provide numerous opportunities for aspiring claims adjusters to deepen their knowledge in the niche field of insurance claims. On a typical…

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The Case For Longer Blog Posts

By Zoe Treeson / August 18, 2017 / 0 Comments

Ah, the age-old question: how long should a blog post be? As the popularity of blogging nears its 30th-ish anniversary, you’d think we would have settled on an answer by now. The trouble is, the answer keeps changing as trends in online content whiz by us without a thought to due-process.

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Preferred Blog Writers at Verblio: What it Means

By Zoe Treeson / July 26, 2017 / 0 Comments

Once you’ve started receiving blog posts with Verblio you’ll begin to understand that there are real, individual writers behind each post you receive. And while all the posts are pretty good, you may have fallen in love with a couple writers who, frankly, just understand you the best. Did you know to indicate these individuals…

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How to Know What to Blog About: 50 Ready-To-Go Ideas

By Zoe Treeson / May 18, 2017 / 0 Comments

Struggling to generate fresh, creative, and insightful blog content ideas week after week? We’ve all been there. The content fatigue that arises from constantly trying to think up new topics to blog about is all too familiar. Even at Verblio (formerly BlogMutt), where we’re in the business of blogging, we can grow tired of keeping…

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