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Andrea Linne

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Editor and Writer

About Me

I am an experienced, creative and organized editor and writer of consumer and business-to-business magazines with strong project-management skills.


I edit and write consumer, business and education blogs, stories, case studies, ebooks, reports and other content.

Industries I Write About

Airlines/Aviation

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Automotive

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Construction

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Events Services

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Environmental Services

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Health, Wellness & Fitness

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Hospital & Health Care

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Hospitality

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Logistics & Supply Chain

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Oil & Energy

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Retail

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Wine & Spirits

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Writing & Editing

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My Writing Samples

RFID Journal

Please see Magazine Archive and Premium Content

http://www.rfidjournal.com

Experience

Executive Editor

Planned, assigned, edited and produced six annual magazine issues; planned and edited online features, as well as special reports.

Company: RFID Journal

I worked there from 9/2004 until 11/2016

Features Editor, FamilyPC Magazine

Transformed FamilyPC into a consumer magazine; brought in top writers; conceived, assigned and edited features; managed large editorial projects; supervised editors and freelancers; worked closely with art department.

Company: Ziff Davis Media

I worked there from 1/1999 until 1/2001

Features Editor, HomePC Magazine

Planned each issue of HomePC magazine; developed and edited features and supplements; hired and supervised editors and writers.

Company: CMP Media

I worked there from 1/1994 until 1/1998

Senior Editor

Solely developed and edited three to four magazines annually; topics included diet and exercise, health and fitness, parenting, and food; planned and supervised photography, including location shoots.

Company: Woman's Day Specials

I worked there from 1/1981 until 1/1992

Associate Editor

Edited feature stories and columns; developed story ideas; edited copy for style, grammar and consistency; wrote titles and blurbs.

Company: Family Health Magazine

I worked there from 1/1974 until 1/1981

Acting Editor

Assigned and edited Pre-K Today magazine; managed editorial, art and production staffs; developed Parent & Child prototype magazine.

Company: Scholastic

I worked there from 9/1992 until 6/1993

Senior Editor

Planned, assigned and edited mini-magazines on health, finance, food and other consumer topics.

Company: American Media

I worked there from 1/2003 until 1/2004

Content I Write

Ideas and Pitches I Wrote

How to Improve Internal Cybersecurity Training

I’m not an expert on cybersecurity training, but I have edited similar types of stories. I’d be happy to research and write this one. You requested a​ blog, but I think it’s more of a how-to-story. A fast look shows that this is a problem in many companies—and many companies don’t think they need to do this. So that would be the starting point, including what to do if that’s not the company culture. It seems a big problem is that when employees notice a problem, they’re afraid to report it.

Content type: Article

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How RFID automates inventory control and facilitate audits

Would you be interested in a story on how small businesses can use RFID technology to automate inventory control and facilitate audits? The focus would be less on the technology and more on the business benefits. I’d include examples of small businesses that did this. This could be a short blog or a longer story.

Content type: Blog Post

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The difference between a MSP and a MSSP

I don’t know the difference between an MSP and an MSSP—but I’d like to learn. Throughout my career, I’ve tackled many new topics and then explained them to readers. A good journalist knows what questions to ask and does not make assumptions. I’ve been successful because if I understood what I was writing the reader would, too.

Content type: Article

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How to Create a Monarch Butterfly Garden

Why the monarch butterfly needs our help and how to create a monarch butterfly garden.

Content type: Blog Post

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thought leadership opinions

Clients and potential clients like to know who they’re working with. I’d like to help you post thought leadership opinions from your executive staff. I have experience helping columnists conceive and focus their ideas -- and then edit their opinion in their own voice. Columns can focus on a trend you see in your industry – or be about your company. How do you like to work with clients? What sets you apart from your competition? What do you wish clients understood?

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: This could be a blog or an article

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mini case study

Many companies offer similar services as their competitors and promise similar benefits. The best way to distinguish your company is to SHOW what you do. I’ve written many case studies that demonstrate how a company benefited from a service. I understand that you don’t want to “talk about ourselves,” but a case study is different in that it shows how you worked with a client to help them grow their business or solve a problem. It gets beyond the jargon that marketing agencies use.

Content type: Article

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mini case study

Many companies offer similar services as their competitors and promise similar benefits. The best way to distinguish your company is to SHOW what you do. I’ve written many case studies that demonstrate how a company benefited from a service. A case study shows how you worked with a client to help them grow their business or solve a problem. It gets beyond the jargon that marketing agencies use.I also have exp

Content type: Article

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mini case study

Many companies offer similar services as their competitors and promise similar benefits. The best way to distinguish your company is to SHOW what you do. I’ve written many case studies that demonstrate how a company benefited from a service. A case study shows how you worked with a client to help them grow their business or solve a problem. It gets beyond the jargon that marketing agencies use.I’ve also written white papers, so if you need one on, say, your proprietary tool called Lab360°, I cou

Content type: Article

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Case study

One of the best ways to demonstrate the benefits of your product is with a case study of a shop that is using your product. The article would look at why the shop decided to use your product -- what business problems did the shop have -- and how it is improving productivity and efficiency and customer care. (Does it use RFID? I’ve written about MDL.) I will interview the shop owner and someone from your company. The article, approximately 1,000 words, would be a personal story and explain how yo

Content type: Article

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Case study

One of the best ways to demonstrate the benefits of your product is with a case study of a medical practice that is using your product. The article would look at why the medical practice decided to use your product -- what business problems did it have -- and how it is improving productivity and efficiency and customer care. The article, approximately 1,000 words, would be a personal story and explain how your software works, what’s involved with getting it up and running, and best practices for

Content type: Article

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Case Study

One of the best ways to demonstrate the benefits of your marketing service is with a case study of a medical practice. The article would look at why the medical practice decided to use your services -- what business problems did it have –how it works and how it is benefiting. The article, approximately 1,000 words, would be a personal story and explain how you meet the unique challenges of marketing for medical practices. Prospective customers will be able to relate to relate to the medical...

Content type: Article

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Case study

One of the best ways to demonstrate the benefits of your service is with a case study. The article would look at why a company decided to use your services -- what business problems did it have -- and how it is improving productivity and efficiency. The article, approximately 1,000 words, would be a personal story and explain how you customize solutions. Prospective customers will be able to relate to the company and have a clearer idea of how they could benefit from Wilmar.

Content type: Article

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case study

I think it’s hard to quickly grasp how a company can benefit from your services. I’d like to write a case study, roughly 1,000 words, that shows why a company decided to use your services, how it works and what benefits they’ve achieved. Prospective clients will gain confidence and better understanding of your services and how it would work for them. I would interview your client, maintaining any privacy restrictions, and someone from your company.

Content type: Article

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Why Patients Like Health IPass

Let’s face it. No one likes to pay bills. I’d like to write a blog about how HealthiPASS actually “delights, empowers and engages patients.” I’d interview some staff members who use the system and can provide insights on what they hear from their patients. One question I have: The system seems to provide transparency when patients swipe their cards. But what happens if at that time they think the cost is too high?

Content type: Blog Post

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about Health IPass. This would be a personal interview with someone from your company that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your company works. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Article

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about Wilmar. This would be a personal interview with someone from your company that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your company works. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Article

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about Travel Tripper. This would be a personal interview with someone from your company that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your company works. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Article

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about StratoCentric. This would be a personal interview with someone from your company that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your company works. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Article

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about eViRaHealth.com. This would be a personal interview with someone from your company that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your company works. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Article

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about Bolt On Technology. This would be a personal interview with someone from your company that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your company works. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Article

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about your practice. This would be a personal interview that would provide insight into who you are and information about how your practice works. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Article

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about Personali. This would be a personal interview that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your business works. It’s an opportunity to correct misconceptions. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Article

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about eViRaHealth.com. This would be a personal interview that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your business works. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Blog Post

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about CoverMe. This would be a personal interview that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your business works. It’s an opportunity to correct misconceptions. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Article

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about Orb Health. This would be a personal interview that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your business works. It’s an opportunity to correct misconceptions. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Article

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about AlayaCare. This would be a personal interview that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your business works. It’s an opportunity to correct misconceptions. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Article

Keywords: Case study

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about POMIET. This would be a personal interview that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your business works. It’s an opportunity to correct misconceptions. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

Content type: Article

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Case study

You list success stories but without any information. I would like to write a case study that shows what problem a company had, why they chose CGS to solve it, how you addressed their issues and what benefits the company is achieving. I’ve produced many case studies at RFID Journal in a wide variety of industries and applications, including data centers and smart assets.

Content type: Article

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case study

So pleased to learn about your solution. I’ve covered water and chemical monitoring for agriculture at RFID Journal since it was in the development stages. I’d like to write case studies—one about a farm and one about a golf course—to help potential clients understand how they could benefit from your solution. I’d interview the client and someone from GreenSight to explain how your solution works and why it’s cost-effective. You could pitch these stories to the media.

Content type: Article

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Thought Leadership Interview

What you wish clients and potential clients understood about CGS. This would be a personal interview that would provide insight into who you are as a firm and information about how your business works. It’s an opportunity to correct misconceptions. I did this at RFID Journal and these stories were very popular with both companies and readers. I can send you a few examples.

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Thought leadership – let’s get passed the jargon

What makes your company different from other RPOs? How do you understand clients’ needs and their culture – and get up to speed quickly? Do you provide any value-added support? Address these issues with some real-life examples, even if you can’t name the company. Address these issues separately for companies during the early, growth and enterprise stages. How do you work with a company’s HR manager? What do you free that person to concentrate on? How is your team trained? How do you reduce risk?

Content type: Blog Post

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