Diane Faulkner is a ghostwriter, content marketing strategist, and editor based in Jacksonville, Florida. She specializes in all things business with an emphasis on human resources. A Forbes contributor, Diane writes for trade and business journals, creates corporate content, and has ghostwritten four books. She owns Full Circle Press, a corporate content agency, and is known as The Content Lady on LinkedIn. See her work at www.dianefaulkner.com/popular-clips.
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