Hi, I’m Sharon Hurley Hall

Boost your business with professional B2B writing

Photo of Sharon Hurley Hall, Freelance WriterAre you a business owner or online entrepreneur looking to wow your customers with solid content? Are you too busy to write it yourself? I can help. Hire me to create high-quality content to keep your core audience engaged.

I’m an experienced freelance B2B writer who can help you attract more site traffic with content that’s thoroughly researched, beautifully written, and well optimized.

Research is my superpower. Clients also hire me because my content gets results for them – generating leads, getting emails opened, and spreading the word through social media shares. I’m also reliable – deadlines are sacred.


I mostly work with B2B and SaaS companies, but have also worked with B2C companies. My client list (past and present) includes Amex Business Trends and Insights, BBVA, Synovus, Square, Taboola, Slickplan, OptinMonster, Designrr, Jilt, Search Engine People, Crazy Egg, Unbounce, Basic Blog Tips, Adept Search Marketing, Buzzsumo and many more. I have also ghostwritten for technology and marketing companies.


I specialize in writing writing articles and blog posts about digital marketing (content marketing, SEO, social media, and the like). However, I’ve also written about topics as diverse as user experience (UX), customer experience (CX), productivity, and freelancing. Check out my writing services and rates page for more info.

Here’s a recent recommendation from a happy client:

“Sharon has successfully completed a number of important business content assignments for us. She regularly handles various types of writing and numerous topics professionally. I’m particularly impressed with both her results and reliability. Sharon never misses a deadline. When I give her an assignment, I can be assured it’s as good as done! “- Laura Spencer, Associate Business Editor, Tuts+


Hire me if you want to work with a B2B writer who can write data-backed content that works for your audience, and who needs minimal direction. I’m available for contract, remote positions.

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Create authentic content to meet your DEI goals

Are you a nonprofit, charity, or company with a true commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging and justice? Perhaps you’re looking to diversify your content team with a freelance writer who can help you create content that shows that authentic commitment to the world.

I am that writer.

I am actively seeking to use my three decades of experience in the writing business to help companies write articles, blog posts and more that promote equity and inclusion, and truly resonate with their target audience.


Recent work has included:

  • Ghostwriting Black History Month content for a global corporate entity
  • Interviewing members of employee resource groups for an advertising and publishing firm
  • Reflecting on the “new civil rights movement” for a diversity charity in the UK
  • Creating content about Black-owned businesses for a bank

I also launched an anti-racism newsletter last year, where I share my thoughts on the experiences people of the global majority have when we are minoritized. And I work with Beyond School to create and deliver an anti-racism curriculum for young and adult learners, including running regular anti-racism workshops and co-facilitating an anti-racism allies community.

Here’s a recent recommendation from someone who knows BOTH sides of my writing business:

“When Sharon expanded her role to include one of anti-racism activist, I quickly subscribed to her Anti-Racism Newsletter. I knew I would find the professional, educational, and skilled writing I would need to educate myself on what I needed to do in the fight against racism. And Sharon did not disappoint. What I appreciate is the action Sharon puts behind her words as evidenced by her Beyond School anti-racism workshops.” – Cathy Miller


Hire me if you want to work with a writer who can write content that works for your audience, and who needs minimal direction. I’m available for contract, remote positions.

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