About Suzanne Scacca
I prefer to work like a ghost in the machine of your business, churning out high-quality content with very little for you to do besides review it and, when ready, approve it.
However, we need to make sure this is a good fit before you schedule a call with me. So, let me give you a quick look at what I’ve done and why I now do what I do.
Meet Suzanne Scacca
I’m a 2005 graduate from the University of Delaware. My major was Foreign Languages (Spanish and Italian, mostly) and my specialization was Linguistics. So, unlike most writers, I don’t have a degree in English, but I do have a degree in language.
The very first “website” I built was with Blogger in 2004.
The second website I built was for a medical research lab in 2007 and I did it in Dreamweaver. (Ugh.)
I started using WordPress around 2010 for blogging. In 2013, I took a project management job with a WordPress design agency, which quickly turned into an operational role.
My boss fired everyone in the company except for me (it’s a long story), and gave me a month to rebuild the agency. So, that’s what I did. I rewrote all our processes and documentation, developed easy-to-use templates, audited our software, repriced our services, hired new creatives, and trained everyone on pretty much everything.
I also learned more than I ever thought possible about WordPress and web design during that time.
I’ve been blogging in some form since 2004.
But in terms of actual paid freelance writing, that started in 2013 — right around the same time I started working at the agency.
I was so frustrated with working for yet another company that undervalued its staff, had no respect for its clients, and where quality, value, and honesty were in short order. So, I jumped at the chance to freelance and to see if anything could come of it.
In 2016, I had enough freelance work to quit my job and go into business for myself. And I’ve been doing that ever since!
I spend about half of my time ghostwriting on behalf of small business owners, entrepreneurs, and agencies who know what to say but don’t know how (or have the time) to write it down. So, obviously, I can’t share any of that work with you.
The rest of my time is spent writing long-form content for companies like:
Niching down is an important part of any business. And so web design and SEO have been my main areas of expertise over the years.
That said, I have a personal connection to and interest in the restaurant industry, project management, as well as small business success. So, I occasionally branch out and cover related topics.
I move every couple of years to a new state, so I don’t technically have a home state that I operate out of. I’ll always be in the United States (mainly, for tax purposes), but you never know which state I’ll be talking to you from at any given moment!
If you’re asking if I do my own writing, then the answer is “yes”. I’m a solopreneur.
However, I do have some support. Meet Charlie Murphy, my Chief Cuddling Officer (CCO), and Adrian Balboa, my Personal Assassin (PA):
Does That Answer All Your Questions?
I’m pretty much an open book. If you feel like you still don’t have a good grasp on who I am or why I’m qualified to write for you, please send me your questions.
The last thing you want is to rush into hiring a freelance writer, only to discover too late that they’re not a good fit for you or your business. So, let’s talk.