Content Strategy and Blogging

Seasoned blogger with…

  • 16+ years of blogging experience
  • 72M page views and climbing
  • Media attention from The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, etc.
  • Content syndicated on the Yahoo! Homepage
  • Viral success: 200,000 Facebook shares in one weekend
  • Professional, honest and dependable

Blog owner/editor/contributor:

AAA:
For residents in the Northeast.
MommyPoppins:
 Popular regional blog for parents.
Jobacle: Career advice, employment news and job website reviews.
U.S. News & World Report: Weekly career blog contributor.
My First Shiba: Get to know Kenji, the best Shiba Inu on the planet.
Blogger Freelance: Providing compelling content for blogs of all shapes and sizes.
LonelyChair.com: These roadside chairs are more than just garbage.
PresentPush.com: Gift ideas for new moms.
FriendsgivingIdeas.com: Friendsgiving is the new Thanksgiving!
GiftForCoworkers.com: Cheap gift ideas for the people you work with.
BlogHerald: All the blog news that’s fit to type.
BloggingPro.com: Blogging tips and tutorials.
SocialTimes.com: Social media news and commentary.
Jack of All Blogs: One opinionated son of a bitc*.
Filmsy: Movie news and reviews.
MyBlogGuest: Moderator and Guest Post Manager for Splashpress Media.
DayTipper Podcast: Lifehacks and tips fed directly to your ears.
DayTipper: Share advice, make money!
WebReportr: Keep tabs on the hottest 100k websites in the U.S.
Blog-Tutorials: Straightforward and simple tips for bloggers.
ForeverGeek: Nerds are for dorks.
901am: Latest Web 2.0 news
RotorBlog: Social networking sites and online communications.
Speechpad
Cellular Firm
Unpakt

Executive Homes Real Estate
Audio Lightbulb: Thought it would be fun to share a creative idea a day (until I realized I was sharing too much brilliance with the world.)
Boycott Sports: A blog devoted to the absurdity of sports.  (I discovered I missed my New York Yankees and closed up shop.)
HonestJobs: An attempt to get employers to share the truth about the jobs they post.  (They didn’t want to)

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Print Publishing

As the executive editor of Car & Travel magazine (940k circulation), I oversee editorial and sales. Click an image below to explore several of the most recent issues.

July/Aug 2016

May/June 2016

Mar/Apr 2016

Jan/Feb 2016

Writing Samples

– Author, How to Quit Your Job: The Ultimate Guide to Leaving a Job Gracefully
(ISBN 978-1-4660-1895-2)

– Contributing Author, VH1: 100 Greatest Albums, MTV Books

– Long Island Press Award Nominee, The Annoying Return of “Baby on Board”

PEDAL and POUR

Empire Insider: New Paltz

– Essay: Shelling Out Gratitude

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Website Owner

jobacleJobacle.com is a popular career advice blog that I launched in 2005.  Created to offset the generic career advice offered by the big job boards, Jobacle strives to offer unique and interesting content that often goes against conventional wisdom.  Unlike most career blogs, Jobacle does not sell job listings.   The goal is to offer career advice that puts the employee first.

Jobacle has been featured in/on The Washington Post, Chicago Sun-Times, Globe & Mail, Nielsen, Reuters, NBC,  Forbes, Gawker, SIRIUS Radio, BBC Radio 4, Yahoo! and dozens of other major blogs.

Andrew G. Rosen in the News:

– Business Insider: Why You Should Say ‘Good Morning’ to Coworkers

– Fast Company: How To Quit Your Job Gracefully

– Forbes: 8 Tips For Dealing With A Know-It-All Coworker

– The Wall Street Journal: Turning to Headphones to Tune Out the Noise

– Glassdoor: Why Working From Home Is Not For You

– AARP: How to Avoid Résumé Writing Scams

– Public Radio Interview: Is it time to quit your job?  I field listener questions.

– Vocate: How to Find Internships

– Modern Man: How to Quit Your Job Like a Man

– NBC News: When Resigning, Don’t Follow Conan’s Example

– AOL Jobs: Interview Handshake Horror Stories

– Talent Zoo: Interview Like Charlie Sheen

– Business Insider: How to Be Productive When Working From Home

– CheatSheet.com: Job Stability? 5 Types of Employees That Companies Don’t Want Anymore

– We Are Dino: What Not to do During Your Elevator Pitch

– Almost 2,000 comments on my Yahoo! article

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Podcasting

In 2005 I launched The Working Podcast, the very first Internet radio show dedicated to career advice. I no longer produce the show, but this sample show (I recorded over 100) will give you an idea of my audio production skills. It was fun to be an influential part of the podcasting scene when it first emerged. I would love to return to the podcasting space if time permits!

Click here to listen. Check it out on iTunes.

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Audio Designer

During my tenure at WLIR-FM and VH1 SIRIUS Satellite Radio, I had the good fortune to record dozens of international acts. From Coldplay to the Wallflowers, Lee Ann Womack to Darius Rucker — it was a lot of fun.

Here’s a sample.

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Some kind words from nice folks!

Jenna Weinerman
Marketing Director at Updater
Drew is an amazing freelancer writer that I’ve been fortunate enough to work with for quite a few years now. He always delivers our projects on time, has a great appreciation for the art and science that is blending business writing with SEO needs, and is able to work independently on deadlines. Thanks to Drew’s efforts and support, I’ve been able to scale my small, in-house marketing departments with great success

Irina Barskiy
Manager of Growth & Acquisition at Danone Nutricia Early Life Nutrition
Andrew was imperative to our content strategy at FlatRate. He understood our marketing and content needs very well, having the uncanny ability to write great content, while working within the guidelines of SEO. He always delivered on time (and most cases ahead of time), was great with communication, and most importantly, provided great quality work. Would highly recommend if you need help with any content.

Leah Faul
Founder and CEO of 15,000 Cubits
Andrew was a great asset to our marketing team. As a contract writer, he was the best decision I made in terms of planning content for our inbound marketing strategy. He would deliver on time EVERY time, was incredibly professional and able to take limited information and turn it into brilliant, shareable content. It was a pleasure working with him and I will continue to try to find a place for him in our marketing strategy anytime I have the opportunity. I recommend him to any business or agency looking for content writers to assist in content creation for marketing efforts. I really can’t say it enough. Working with Andrew was easy, seamless and consistent quality content

Nathan Preheim
Senior Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce
Andrew is absolutely first class. He consistently delivered creative and entertaining blog and podcast content. I found him to be reliable and hard working. He’s personable, friendly, and flexible. I’d strongly recommend him to anyone looking for a clever freelance writer.

Sharyn Crown
Luxury Brokerage Group
Andrew has done a fabulous job helping us with our blog. He is creative, intelligent and does what he says he will do when he says he will do it. Andrew has written about San Diego with a totally different perspective and his writing has helped us attract clients.

Nancy LaFever
Writer, Editor, and Book Editor at Writerchick, LLC
Working with Andrew has been one of my top writer/editor experiences. His attention to detail, impressive knowledge-base and tech-savvy repertoire have helped me grow as a writer and blogger. But it’s his constant support and appreciation of my writing that has been the “extras” that define a truly great editor.

Plenty more available upon request!

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