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Brenna Lemieux

Brenna Lemieux
Brenna Lemieux is Director of Content Marketing at Propllr and the author of two poetry collections and some short stories. She also enjoys running and eating popcorn.
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Recent Posts

4 Content Lessons from a 17-Month-Old

I knew when I decided to have a child that the experience would change me, but I didn’t realize quite how deep those changes would go.

The Best Writing Advice You’ll Ever Get

Writing is hard. Writing well is harder. And consistently writing well while meeting deadlines? If that’s in your wheelhouse, get in touch. (Seriously: Propllr is hiring!)

How to Write About Numbers When You Hate Math

Among writers, it’s fashionable to hate math.

What Happens When Your Thought Leader Leaves?

If you’ve ever spoken to someone from Propllr or read our blog, you know that we’re big fans of thought leadership. It’s a great way to win media placements, connect with blog readers, and build credibility and awareness for your startup.

Forget the Marketing Funnel. Startups Need to Embrace the Marketing Tunnel

In a content team check-in meeting earlier this summer, Julia was explaining to me where one client’s content fit into their marketing tunnel.

Black and Latinx Business Owners: Grow Your Business with EY’s Entrepreneurs Access Network

In 2019, Ernst & Young launched the Entrepreneur Access Network (EAN), a program to give Black and Latinx entrepreneurs access to resources that will increase their odds of long-term success – and in the process, help close the racial wealth gap...

5 Foolproof Blogging Tips that Work for Every Business

There aren’t many universals in the world of content marketing.

Introducing “Amplify Your Wins: The Startup’s Guide to Promoting PR Placements”

3 Ways to Use Your Blog to Get Media Coverage

We’ve written about content-led PR before and shared our tips for getting a reporter’s attention in your media outreach.

What Content Marketers Can Learn from Songwriters: The I-V-vi-IV Approach to Blogging

I’m not a musician. But I married one, and because of that we have musical instruments lying around our house, and because of that our 11-month-old son believes he can point to one and invoke music (see Figure 1).

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