Learn How to Write Content for Your Business

Sue Allen Clayton provides content-rich seminars and workshops to help small business owners learn content marketing. Most of these businesses are investing in an email marketing program — such as MailChimp, Constant Contact, Infusionsoft or Ontraport — but don’t know what to send their customers. They are wasting money on their email service provider and losing an opportunity to increase their sales.

During her presentations, Sue describes how to create content that connects with customers and prospects — quickly, easily and authentically. Participants leave understanding the need for online marketing and, more importantly, feeling like they can do it!

Sue is  known for presenting her material with humor and compassion, so that audience members leave feeling uplifted and confident about their writing skills.  Sue particularly enjoys working with social media “newbies” who want to start promoting their business online. Please contact sue@sueallenclayton.com for more information.

Upcoming Lectures and Workshops

September 12: How to Write an Elevator Speech, American Academy of Profession Coders, Long Island, NY

October 12: How to Write Marketing Emails, Stony Brook Business Development Center, Stony Brook, NY

 

Past Speaking Engagements

2016 Speaking Engagements

August 9, 2016: Book Signing, Farmingdale, New York

April 2, 2016:  Newsletter Writing for Professional Quilters, Quilters Professional Network, Bird In Hand, Pennsylvania

January 26:  Elevate Your Speech: How to Write and Deliver an Elevator Speech, Adelphi University, Hauppauge, New York 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM

 2015 Speaking Engagements

December 3:  How to Write a Newsletter, Women’s Empowerment Circle, Hauppauge, New York

November 17:  How to Write a Newsletter, Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club of Suffolk County

November 2:  Elevate Your Speech: How to Write and Deliver an Elevator Speech, Adelphi University

September 17:  How to Write a Blog, Small Business Development Center, Stony Brook University

August 22:  How to Write an Artist Statement, Art League of Long Island

July 9:  How to Write a Blog, Suffolk County Women’s Business Enterprise Coalition

June 18:  Ten Email Newsletter Mistakes and  How to Avoid Them, Miller Business Resource Center

June 11:  How to Write a Blog, Small Business Development Center, Stony Brook University

June 2:  Panelist, Leaders and Lemonade, YMCA of Long Island

April 14:  Content Creation for Pampered Chef Consultants, Pampered Chef (Glen Head, New York)

March 24:  Content Creation for Avon Consultants, Avon (Ronkonkoma, New York)

 

Biography for Media Appearances

Short Biography

Sue Allen Clayton is a content writer, author and speaker. She writes marketing emails and website content that help business owners become more visible online. Over her two decades as a professional writer, she has written hundreds of newsletters, magazine articles and blog posts. Sue is the author of several books about social media.

Long Biography

Sue Allen Clayton is a content writer, author and speaker. She writes marketing emails and website content that help business owners become more visible online. Her work as a writer and speaker enable her to combine her business education with her passion for learning, teaching and writing.

Originally from Canada, Sue moved to the United States in 1992 and founded “The BizWriter” in Phoenix, AZ. Following a move to Long Island, New York in 2007, Sue started a popular hobby blog and transitioned to working online. She is a website content writer and works with businesses, organizations and website developers. Her clients range from plastic surgeons to porta-potty manufacturers.

Over her two decades as a professional writer, she has written hundreds of newsletters, magazine articles and blog posts. Sue is the author of several books about social media .

On a personal note, Sue is an avid reader and quilter.  She also shares her home with two young adults (formerly known as “her children” and now both entrepreneurs), her husband and two dachshunds, as well as a large collection of books and fabric.


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