I'm Nicole Johnson and I'm a freelance writer, blogger, content marketer, and social media coordinator.  I'm always open to new opportunities including publication in a book, freelance writing, content marketing, or social media/blogging consultation.  

The Life of the Baseball Wife started as a place for me to talk about my life being married to a professional baseball player and became a place for baseball fans and family to enjoy the other side of the game.  As my children have grown, it has also become a place for me to discuss food allergies, postpartum depression, and parenting twins.  
For stats on my blog and advertising rates, contact me.

Content Marketing & Consulting
Through various seminars and my own experience as a ghostwriter for several business blogs, I have learned a great deal about SEO and I can help you run your business blog.  I have taken my blog know-how to a consulting level and I have room for a few new businesses to help.  I have established an amazing organic reach through my blog, and I have assisted other companies with their reach as well.  If you're looking to freshen up your following and reach new customers, let me help you by getting the right content out there.  

Email me at nicole@baseballwifeblog.com today and let me help you grow your business through blogging.

Social Media
Besides managing the social media for The Life of the Baseball Wife, I have also assisted in social media management for several companies in the Raleigh/Durham area.  

Freelance Writing
My writing has been featured on CarolinaParent.com and BonBonBreak.com.
I'm interested in learning more about additional opportunities to showcase my freelance work.

I have experience with radio, tv, and print media interviews.

If you're interested in sponsored posts or advertising options, please feel free to contact me at nicole@baseballwifeblog.com

My Husband
Additionally, my husband, Elliot is available for paid speaking engagements in and around the Raleigh/Durham area, and is open to speaking opportunities that may require travel as well.  He is great at speaking to teams and students about his own perseverance even when the odds were against him as an undrafted free agent.  Elliot has been the member of several playoff teams including the Rays in 2008 and 2011, and the Braves in 2013.  

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