About Susan Rich:
Internet Radio Talk Show Host
Writer/Editor, Author & Public Speaker
Susan Rich has a journalism degree and more than 20 years of experience in print, PR, and marketing. She has published more than 2,000 articles and authored two books — she now has more than 1 million words in print. After almost two decades in the corporate sector, Susan launched RichWriting in 2004.
That’s when she quickly discovered that her client base lacked basic marketing and copywriting skills. Because today’s technology makes effective business communication a necessity, she developed the Write it Rich!TM series in 2009. Susan also maintains two how-to-write blogs.
“I teach small business owners and book authors how to grab attention and drive sales so they make more money,” she says.
The Write it Rich! series includes:
- How to Write a Kick-Butt Resume Cover Letter
- You’ve got Email! Now what?
- How to Resonate with an Invisible Audience
- Crash Course in Copywriting, Part I: What Every Solo-Pro Should Know
- Crash Course in Copywriting, Part II: Resonate with DREAMY copy
- Crash Course in Journalism, break into freelance writing
The writing workshop series immediately spawned her first book: Write it Rich! Tips for Reluctant Writers. This was was quickly followed by her second: Write it Rich! How to write a kick-butt resume cover letter. Today Susan helps job seekers write interview-landing cover letters.
Internet Radio Host
In her quest to teach people how communicate effectively, Susan is also the host of Susan Rich Talks! She can be listened to, LIVE, 11 am every weekday morning on The All Women’s Radio Network, w4wn.com.
You can learn more about how Susan fascinates, educates, and motivates listeners on Susan Rich Talks!
Susan wrote her first story — Sashblazer the Dancing Pony — when she was nine, and has been writing ever since.
“While I was scribing short stories and poetry, and flirting with ideas for my GAN (Great American Novel), I acquired a degree in journalism…which led to a career writing for newspapers and magazines.
“Along the way I joined several major companies, including Boeing and Tektronix. I learned how airplanes fly (and why they crash), and what goes on inside a logic analyzer (it isn’t logical if you’re not an engineer).”
To that end, Susan managed PR and marketing campaigns, developed materials for
product launches, and fought the good fight with Excel.
“I lost — which only goes to show that I write better than I can build a spreadsheet!”