Mandy Boyle is a writer, marketer, and all-around nice girl with a passion for storytelling.
She’s the SEO Team Leader at Solid Cactus. If you have no idea what “SEO” means, it’s cool. Her parents don’t either.
When she’s not optimizing websites and making things search-friendly, she’s an active blogger. She slings posts in a few places, including Search Engine People, a search engine community blog, and on NewFrugality.com, where she’s the Editor in Chief while learning to do more with less. She’s also a member of the Fearsome Foursome (with @mhryvnak, @darlingstewie, and @karla_porter), who are currently organizing Northeastern Pennsylvania’s first blogging and social media conference: NEPA BlogCon.
She bakes a mean cupcake, loves high fives, and is one of the co-organizers of Pecha Kucha Night Scranton. In June, she’ll be a storyteller in the 2nd Scranton StorySlam. She resides in Scranton with her main squeeze and photographer extraordinare, Brent Pennington, and a talkative cat named AnnaBelle Leigh Boyle-Pennington.
More About Mandy Boyle
- Sometimes she writes about herself in third person (see above and below).
- She went on Chatroulette once. Never again.
- She appreciates movie theaters, typewriters, and the smell of books.
- She loves helping people.
- She’s allergic to parsnips and egg yolks.
- When she laughs hard, she sounds sort of like a goose.
- She never paints her nails. Ever.
- Three things she loves: Light breezes. Musical theater. The Internet.
- When she was 13, she wanted to become a pastry chef (She still cooks and bakes like a champion).
- Also, here are some things about her that aren’t on her resume.
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