Welcome to the home of writer, Juliet Johnson!
Johnson published her first non-fiction book in 2010 – Pintapalooza – a how-to on the then emerging social media network, Pinterest. Since 2013 she has written a monthly home profile for Jacksonville Magazine, and in the Summer of 2017, she will release her first novel in the contemporary fiction genre, The Burden of Gratitude.
I’ve written exhibit copy for Merck’s Centennial Celebration, for Bristol Myers and Volvo NA. My home profiles have appeared in Jacksonville Magazine since November 2013. I’ve also contributed to Home Magazine, published twice a year, and 904 Magazine, published whenever they seem to get to it.
Novels and Short Stories
Having written letters all my life – the legacy of English boarding school – I live on email. Along the way, there have been stories. Some are true, some come from the ether, all – I hope – are entertaining, rich in celebration of life, beauty and the crazy people who live through it all.
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Without being paid to do so, Jacksonville Business Journal awarded one of my clientsites the Best Lead Gnerating Website of 2015. All of my sites are user-focused, up fast, and fully responsive. Each website is built for SEO and lead generation. When we have collaborated well, your website is the 2-dimensional experience of you and your brand.
Social Media Marketing
Now called Digital Marketing, social media marketing is the fastest way to tell your story and scale your company’s story to as wide an audience as possible. It is scaling relationships from one-to-one, to one-to-many. It is a powerful tool. Magic can happen when you reach out with genuine, authentic intentions. Your Perfect Customer is looking for you. Are you in enough places to be found?
For years, I did voice overs in NYC. Very silly promo stuff for CNN as in the Cartoon Network (Adult Swim) and deeply serious stuff for CNN the global news network. In between, there were all sorts of fun things, and great adventures. I still do narrations for videos, corporate phone greetings (though really, it’s much cooler to have “Carl Kassell’s voice on your answering machine”) and the like. Drop me a line if you think this might be useful.