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Hey. So you made it to my About Me page. A lot of different things are important to me. And I don’t want to leave anything out.  Scroll down for my profesh bio.

  • I have an amazing son.
  • We love the beach and the zoo.
  • And yoga.
  • I was a Girl Scout.
  • Dues were $.50 per meeting.
  • I love trying new things.
  • I used to play the piano when I was a kid.
  • I love the beach. And tennis. And running.

I dislike when about me pages don’t give enough details, so I hope this was satisfying for your curiosity

How I Can Help You

You have content needs.

In some way, your business grows if your content is sizzling and shareable. You understand the concepts of why some content gets people to take action (becoming a loyal reader, buying your service, signing up for your email list) but you have so much to do that actually implementing these ideas is basically on the back burner.

My client roster is ever-changing. I cannot update my “work with me” page as often as my time frees up or I become completely booked. So here’s the deal:

I have a copywritng package that will literally kick your writings ass (in the best way possible) so that you can engage your readers, land more (and higher quality) clients and increase your revenues.

I *sometimes* have time in my schedule to offer editing and copywriting for established entrepreneurs. With either setup…what sets me apart from other copywriters is your access to me. I make myself available to you because it’s how I roll.

Writing catchy copy doesn’t happen on the first try. That’s why editing is where the magic happens.

Email me alisonhummel@gmail.com if you have any questions.

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Professional Bio:

Alison Hummel graduated from Fordham University with a degree in Human Behavioral Studies. She has spent the majority of her professional career working in Sales. As a Realtor for Coldwell Banker Realty Corps, she helped sell luxury condos at The Western Union Building at 1111 Locust Street in Center City Philadelphia.

After a couple of years selling Real Estate, she decided to shift into the health care space and began working for Aetna as a Broker Executive, specializing in the Government Market space with Medicare Products. While in this role she managed the broker distribution channel, assisting in growing broker-driven sales and marketing in Southeastern Pennsylvania. With a focus on Compliance, hitting aggressive sales targets and building long-term relationships with all of her clients, Alison was able to land in the top 3 in Sales over her time at Aetna (just under five years).

After Aetna, Alison moved over to a Regional Insurer at Independence Blue Cross as Broker Executive then left to form her own group of highly trained and skilled brokers to sell Medicare products throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania and South Jersey. She was able to grow her own distribution very quickly by recruiting top brokers, landing in the top 10-15% in sales for a prominent Regional Insurer. Her team of brokers truly led the charge with their skills and commitment to growing their own books of business.

Throughout her time in Corporate Sales, Alison has always managed and maintained her own writing through blogging. She has been featured on Tiny Buddha and was also selected as one of the writers to be featured in Tiny Buddha’s print book, Tiny Buddha’s Guide to loving Yourself.

She has written a couple of screenplays, web series and pilots as well as poetry and personal essays.

Alison also has an extensive background as an actress. From Mrs. Walker in The Who’s Tommy to playing the lead in an indie RomCom…before becoming a busy working, single mom…Alison spent her spare time taking classes and acting in stage and film. She’s taken commercial voiceover classes with Rodney Robb, a Committed Impulse class with Josh Pais and done scene study classes in Philly with various teachers.

Alison currently serves small-business owners who wish to grow their online presence with compelling content and strategic copy. She has an eye for the details and isn’t afraid to call out areas where small tweaks can lead to more cohesive branding, creating trust with casual readers, long-term subscribers and clients.