Tamara Franklin

Creative Content Strategist

Role: Writer/Editor/Social Media 

  • Tamara Franklin is a professional writer, editor and content strategist with more than eight years of experience in the mobile, wireless, telecommunications and technology industries. 
  • She has developed content for clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies including: Cisco, 3M, Deloitte, Pega, Cigna, Experian, Vocus, SolidWorks, TrackVia, ReadyTalk, Malcovery and more.
  • Tamara is experienced in writing corporate blog posts, infographics, explainer video scripts, white papers, press releases, reports, eBooks, etc.
  • She began career as a Research Analyst supporting Calysto’s client teams with press and analyst briefings, tradeshow prep and media list development.
  • Tamara is the Editor-in-Chief of PRVibes – Calysto’s award winning publication serving the mobile, wireless and telecom industries.
  • She’s a member of Calysto’s internal marketing communications team. Assisted during the launches of Calysto’s social media marketing division in 2009, and content marketing division in 2012, proving strategic counsel and support.
  • Tamara is the lead writer for ContentPlus, an arm of Calysto’s content marketing division, offering custom blog content for the mobile, wireless and telecom industries.
  • She’s served as a Data Journalist for Visual.ly, developing infographics and explainer video scripts for global brands.
  • Her writing has appeared in publications like WashintonPost.com, EContent Magazine and CMSWire among others. Topics covered include mobile apps, mobile payments, telecommuting, the IoT, social business, big data and marketing technology.
  • She’s a former Special Projects Coordinator for TechLINKS magazine. She organized the Georgia CIO of the Year Awards program with 600+ attendees from the top technology companies in the Southeast.
  • Tamara holds a B.S. in Marketing from Robert Morris University, an MBA from Chatham University and has completed coursework toward an M.F.A. in Writing from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
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