Meet the Content Experts
We are the Content Experts.
Content a la mode’s Content Experts are seasoned writers who have been trained in content writing and SEO (search engine optimization). With a master’s in English, Technical Writing, and Creative Writing; a bachelor’s in English, and a bachelor’s in Journalism, we have a significant experience in writing.
Over at A Cup of Content…
We create emails, ghost write blogs, and write a whole lot of social media. We also develop websites and write content for websites–both ecommerce and non-ecommerce alike. We know what doesn’t work, and we constantly hone what does work.
Chief Content Expert
Kim runs the show around here. She also runs a lot of other shows, so we typically give her a hard time about her MBD–Multiple Brand Disorder. She founded Content a la mode in 2014, started A Cup of Content in 2016, and now owns Monolith Trail Co. You can find her crewing her fella Cory at ultra marathons, enjoying a glass of Malbec while camping, or drinking copious amounts of coffee. She likes to bike and hike and run, too.
Nichole "Coco" Lyons
Content Expert, Deacon
It’s no wonder why Coco and Kim have fallen into the same circle: they like coffee, have full on embraced their ADD, and love their humans with all their heart. During the day, Coco is a Deacon in the ELCA, leading youth to become what we all want our children to be: loving, caring, and fierce about their beliefs. She is engaged to her man Jacob and has one of the most creative minds out there. She is also known to dress her cat Cleo up in random outfits (including the infamous Pope Cleo).
Sometimes when you say “I really loved my professor in college”, you decide to contact her after graduation and ask her for a job. That’s exactly what Moojan did. Moojan has a degree in English from the University of Nebraska at Omaha (where she was one of Kim’s students) and now works as a social media manager for A Cup of Content. She’s constantly learning and has her mitts in a lot of things. Most importantly, she’s your go-to for hashtag buckets and making those ideas you don’t think will work, well, work.