Blake Jonathan Boldt
Title: Content Strategist
Company: Reputation Advocate
— Bio —
Committed to the power of the written word, Blake Jonathan Boldt joined Reputation Advocate, Inc. in 2013 as a content strategist. In this position, Boldt is responsible for the creation of educational commentary pieces as well as social media and content strategy services for a diversity of domestic and international clients. His articles have been featured in numerous magazines, newspapers and digital media outlets.
As a content strategist, Blake Jonathan Boldt has created, formatted, updated and edited content for multiple clients while utilizing SEO best practices. Boldt brings deep experience in understanding the impact of content on social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Google+. Navigating search engine updates and understanding the variables that are now most relevant allows Blake and his team to focus attention on quality content for each project accepted.
A native of Illinois, Blake Jonathan Boldt attended Eastern Illinois University where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Communications Studies. In 2006, Boldt accepted a graduate assistantship in the mass communications department at Middle Tennessee State University. There, he completed marketing and sales internships with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Ohio Valley Conference as part of his graduate coursework.
After finishing his graduate studies, Blake Jonathan Boldt served as an account executive for The Tennessean and Turner Publishing. In both of these positions, he engineered and presented marketing and advertising solutions built around content and the integrity of the publications.
For the past five years Boldt has been sought after as a freelance writer in the Mid-south region – writing and editing in several media formats. He has offered his work to several of Nashville’s non-profit and arts organizations. Through content development and creative direction, Blake Jonathan Boldt has overseen new opportunities for media exposure for various clients. He has provided in-depth local news coverage along with political, business, feature, sports and entertainment stories. Boldt has also interviewed 14 Grammy Award winners, including Tony Bennett and Emmylou Harris, as well as local politicians and business leaders.
In his spare time, Blake Jonathan Boldt volunteers with area youth sports programs, assists in library educational services, and attends musical performances throughout Middle Tennessee.
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