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Sarah Stasik

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About Me

Since 2011, I've called freelance writing and editing my full-time job. Before that, I was a manager in Revenue Cycle Management for a national company, and I've got plenty of hands-on experience in office management, medical billing, and RCM.

After going full-time with the freelance gig, I've worked on projects ranging from retail product descriptions to technical white papers. Whether you're looking for someone to write 500 unique product descriptions about bathroom mirrors (been there, done that) or pen an eBook for your brand, I can get the job done. 

In addition to freelancing full-time, I'm a part-time children's and youth minister, a wife and mother, and an aspiring novelist.

Industries I Write About

Accounting

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Arts & Crafts

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Banking

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Business Supplies & Equipment

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Commercial Real Estate

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Computer & Network Security

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Computer Hardware

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Consumer Electronics

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E-learning

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Entertainment

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Executive Office

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Financial Services

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Food & Beverages

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Furniture

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Writing & Editing

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Staffing & Recruiting

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Retail

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Restaurants

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Religious Institutions

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Recreational

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Research

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Outsourcing/Offshoring

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Online Publishing

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Museums & Institutions

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Motion Pictures & Film

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Mental Health Care

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Paper & Forest Products

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Hospital & Health Care

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Human Resources

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Information Technology & Services

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Leisure & Travel

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Libraries

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Medical Device

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Management Consulting

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Logistics & Supply Chain

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Marketing & Advertising

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My Writing Samples

Understanding the Cremation Process: A Guide for Families

Content written for a cremation and funeral services provider to provide in-depth answers to frequently asked questions about cremation.

https://www.neptunesociety.com/resources/understanding-cremation-process-guide-families

Transportation Options for Seniors Who Don’t Drive

Informative blog post for Neptune Society.

https://www.neptunesociety.com/cremation-planning-for-caregivers/transportation-options-for-seniors-who-dont-drive

What’s Your The Walking Dead Freelancer Type? (No Season 8 Spoilers)

Fun blog post written for Crowd Content for their current and potential workforce.

http://www.crowdcontent.com/blog/2017/11/01/whats-your-the-walking-dead-freelancer-type-no-season-8-spoilers/

Freelancers: Do You Know How to Write Thought Leadership Content?

Blog post written for a content agency's freelancers on the subject of thought leadership.

http://www.crowdcontent.com/blog/2017/10/03/freelancers-thought-leadership-content/

Why Moz’s Whiteboard Friday Is Such Effective Content Creation

Breaking down how Moz's whiteboard Friday is effective and efficiency, and how any brand can use these lessons.

http://www.crowdcontent.com/blog/2017/09/06/why-mozs-whiteboard-friday-is-such-effective-content-creation/

Fingers Make the Shapes We See

Preschool education activity published in a collection for teachers.

https://books.google.com/books?id=bo8XBAAAQBAJ&pg=PT274&lpg=PT274&dq=sarah+stasik&source=bl&ots=il_6sdXWSb&sig=Ba0_s6DgFbqvP3_pNV-oHf4E_Qg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi_jabMgd7YAhXJS98KHcjgBN04FBDoAQhJMAc#v=onepage&q=sarah%20stasik&f=false

Star-Studded Broadway: NYC Travelers Gear Up for Glitz and Laughter

Blog post for company targeting travel agents discussing some highlights of the upcoming Broadway season.

http://www.events365.com/star-studded-broadway-nyc-travelers-gear-up-for-glitz-and-laughter/

Experience

Revenue Cycle Manager

Was responsible for up to a total of 50 employees in cash allocations and collections. Managed the processes for applying $10 million in receivables each month, ensuring credits and refunds were processed timely. Developed and wrote training materials, provided analytical reporting, and worked as a team or leader on numerous process improvement projects, including a project to create an automated cash posting process.

Company: Liberty Medical

I worked there from 6/2007 until 8/2011

Claims Project Coordinator

Duties included driving claims billing projects to completion, providing reporting and analytical support to AVP, and writing Standard Operating Procedures.

Company: Liberty Medical

I worked there from 5/2006 until 6/2007

Accounts Receivable Rep

Duties included researching account issues, refiling claims to insurance companies, and working with customers for the best possible outcome on all accounts.

Company: Liberty Medical

I worked there from 3/2005 until 5/2006

Children’s and Youth Minister

Part-time duties include managing Christian education programs and activities for kids aged 4 through 18, writing and maintaining curriculum for youth programs and Vacation Bible School, and working with youth.

Company: Mount Union Church of the Brethren

I worked there from 7/2015 until now

Content I Write

Ideas and Pitches I Wrote

Leverage Seasonal Situations to Market Your Asphalt Maintenance Business

A blog post about common repair and maintenance issues experienced in each season and how businesses can engage customers to inform them of necessary services in those situations.

Content type: Blog Post

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Is Blockchain the Next Big Move in Network Security?

A blog post discussing whether blockchain will be a viable security solution in the near future.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: network security

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Eco-Friendly Crafting: How to Keep Your Hobby From Destroying the Environment

A fun but informative blog with tips on how crafters (blog can be tailored to a specific craft or grouping if desired) can reduce their impact on the environment. More fun and friendly, like a fellow crafter talking with them, than preachy.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: crafting,crafts,eco-friendly,environmentally friendly

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Purging Plagiarism: How to Incorporate Research, Cite Sources, and Compose Unique Content

In a world where users regularly pilfer content from each other without credit and curating is a valid format, new and even established freelancers often forget where the line is drawn on copied content. This piece would discuss the difference between unique content (think "passes Copyscape") and copied ideas, and provide actionable tips for incorporating research into original writing to create more value for clients.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: freelance writing,unique content,how to cite sources

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Intersection Ideation: How Dueling Ideas Can Drive Your Editorial Calendar

Larry Kim says that great content ideas often hide at the cross roads between what a brand does or offers and what the target audience is interested in. Strong blog ideation involves finding that intersection and figuring out how to create content around it: What does yarn have to do with the latest pressure cooking trend; how can the zombie apocalypse integrate with seltzer water; Where do OSHA laws and coffee meet? These questions lead to compelling intersection content.

Content type: Blog Post

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Social Media Leads: Stop Barking Up the Wrong Virtual Trees

Social media's a great place to drive leads and engage potential customers, but only if you're in the right place at the right time. Social media lead campaigns work best when highly targeted, and this post could look at some best practices (who tends to hang out where) before discussing the need for ongoing analytics, trend tracking and knowledge (tying in to the need to work with professionals).

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: lead generation,social media marketing,social media leads

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X Reasons to Go In-Home With Medical Spa Services

From social anxiety to mobility concerns, there are plenty of reasons to choose in-home medical spa services. This blog would talk about some of those reason and how Medsthetics works with all types of clients to ensure successful procedures and comfort.

Content type: Blog Post

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Collaborative Communication: How to Minimize Misfires Between Teams

Once of the biggest challenges in cross-departmental collaboration is ensuring clear communication. From a standard glossary (marketing's is never finance's is never IT's) to cross training, this blog would highlight some easy ways to cut down on confusion when teams work together toward goals.

Content type: Blog Post

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Data-Driven Healthcare Content Calendars: How, When and Where to Post Your Content

Using statistics, industry trends and other data to discuss best practices for healthcare content marketing, including how long various content should be, how often to post, and where healthcare organizations can best connect. Also discussing how these things change significantly depending on target audience.

Content type: Blog Post

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Harnessing Headline Power: The Data Behind Best Practices and When to Break the Rules

Creating compelling titles for your editorial calendar. A rundown combining some of the recent data about headline performance from leaders like BuzzSumo along with a discussion of when this data may not be best to chase. Ex. Does the mass-market emotional tug work in high-level niche B2B marketing?

Content type: Blog Post

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The Top X Denials Diminishing Returns for Behavioral Health Providers

A white paper discussing the top claims denials behavioral health providers struggle with when billing inpatient or outpatient stays. Will include some tips for mitigating each one and point to your RCM services.

Content type: Whitepaper

Keywords: revenue cycle management,claims billing,claims denials

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