Josh and Juliana Weiss-Roessler have over 20 years of combined experience as professional writers and editors, with a focus on web content. Together, they have written and edited blogs, articles, press releases, web copy, and other marketing materials for a wide variety of sole proprietors, small to mid-sized businesses, and large institutions.
Juliana worked as the head of the web content department for the star of the Emmy-nominated reality series Dog Whisperer for four years. Since then she has consulted on or developed the content strategy for dozens of businesses and organizations, including California State Polytechnic University – Pomona, GoDataFeed, Wondershare, CrowdFlower, My Site Plan, Sea Island Builders, SAJE Build, Eskae Jewellery Boutique, The Center for Marriage and Relationships, and many more.
Her ghostwriting has been featured on high-traffic websites, such as Yahoo.com, in major publications, such as PARADE and People, and in a monthly newsletter with over 300,000 subscribers, and she has blogged for Brazen Careerist, Intechnic, Quizzle, Resumark, Organic Authority, Savings.com, and others. She has a bachelor’s in English Language and Literature from the University of Florida.
Josh worked closely with writers, producers, and executives in the entertainment industry for almost a decade and has had his writing featured on Cesar’s Way, the Newsweek Graduate Education Directory, MyCorporation, Pink Raygun, Tubefilter, Careers in Government, and numerous blogs. He manages the social networks for Weiss-Roessler clients, helping several to build their accounts from scratch to hundreds of relevant followers.
He has a B.A. in English: Creative Writing and a B.S. in Mass Communication from Miami University.
Our coordinator Madeline Jacobson got her B.A. in English from Whitman College, where she also worked as a writing center tutor. After graduating in 2012, she became an AmeriCorps volunteer and worked with high school students to help them improve their standardized test scores and college application essays. Since completing her AmeriCorps term of service, she has worked for Josh and Juliana Weiss-Roessler and has been building up her own portfolio of professional writing.