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About Melissa Major

Melissa is a digital marketer, specializing in website and video production. She is a creative content developer and writer with strong technical skills and an analytical mindset. Well-versed in children’s and educational media, Melissa has produced and managed a broad spectrum of web content at Random House Children’s Books, PBS, and WNET. She’s managed digital assets for non-licensed works by independent authors, as well as licensed and proprietary brands such as Disney, Dr. Seuss Enterprises, Cyberchase, and Thomas and Friends. Melissa is passionate about creating engaging digital experiences for consumers via videos, social media, blogging, and websites. She believes in the power of data analysis to develop a nuanced understanding of audience needs. In her spare time, Melissa loves to travel and document her trips on her blog. To see where she's been lately, visit: melissamajor.com

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