A constant stream of good content — with your name on it and appearing in skillfully targeted electronic and print media – is one of the most effective ways to enhance your reputation as a professional — and get new business.
Janet Ellen Raasch is a writer, ghostwriter, editor and marketing communications consultant who works closely with lawyers and other professional services providers – to help them achieve name recognition and new business through creation and placement of rich content for the Internet (especially social media) as well as publication of articles and books for print.
Janet Ellen Raasch has written 16 books, all or part of 50 websites and well over 2,500 published articles. These articles have appeared in recognized legal and marketing publications online and in print throughout the United States — and also in Canada, the U.K., Hong Kong, India and Israel. Until the site was sold in late 2103, she contributed ten original articles a month to the Lawyers.com website owned by LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell. See index to the left for writing samples that appear under her own name.
Some of her published articles appear under her byline, but many more are ghostwritten for professional services providers and appear under the names of these clients. Janet Ellen Raasch will also edit and revise the work of other writers before it is submitted for publication.
On a full fellowship, Janet Ellen Raasch earned a graduate degree in journalism from the Marquette University College of Communications. Her undergraduate degree in psychology (with a minor in English) is from the University of Dayton. Following graduation from Marquette, she was recruited by this program to teach persuasive writing and serve as faculty adviser to all Marquette University student publications – a position she held for ten years. Because of her journalism background, her writing style resonates with the electronic and print news media.
Janet Ellen Raasch lives in Denver, Colorado. Before choosing to focus her practice on marketing communications for the legal industry, she was a speechwriter for the Mayor of Milwaukee, a marketing communications writer for a major healthcare provider, a writer and editor for a high-tech materials magazine, and author of numerous corporate histories. She is married to financial advisor Kevin O’Connor and has three adult children.