Erica produces online content to support marketing campaigns, email promotions, and storytelling projects. She is skilled in SEO, WordPress, Drupal, Mailchimp, and social media management.
Associate Professor Chris Danforth uses Twitter to occasionally share scientific research, post photos of his golden retriever, or upload videos of himself biking to work in the snow.
Here are five ways to help your child stay organized—and happy—in a college dorm.
Its outdoorsy vibe, artistic flair, vibrant local food, and scenic setting along Lake Champlain make Vermont’s largest city worth visiting again and again.
Three Chimney Farm in Charlotte is about to turn the traditional CSA model on its head.
Web Writing and Layout
Erica has helped to develop positioning and copy for website redesigns. She has been hired to write web content, establish informational hierarchies, build pages and forms, and follow accessibility standards.
Erica Houskeeper wrote and built the UVM Environmental Program’s website in Drupal, a CMS used across the University. The website reflects the program’s mission, values, and curriculum. Erica worked closely with the director of the program and staff throughout the process to develop content, create an information hierarchy, and manage deadlines.
When Bee’s Wrap was looking to redesign its website, the Middlebury-based company hired Erica Houskeeper to develop web copy and elevate its brand voice. Erica oversaw the development of content for the new website, creating compelling copy and blog posts for the sustainable food wrap brand.
Erica Houskeeper wrote and built the UVM Student Financial Services website in Drupal, a CMS used across the University. The website outlines tuition payment deadlines, financial aid information, and scholarship opportunities. Erica worked closely with the Student Financial Services staff throughout the process to develop content, create an information hierarchy, and manage deadlines.
Erica started her career as a newspaper reporter and editor. Her work has been published in The Boston Globe, Forbes Travel, Motherly, Civil Eats, KidsVT, and Stratton Magazine.
One of Vermont’s oldest and most luxurious lodging properties, with more than 200 years of history.
I never thought much about square footage until I bought a small house.
The author and academic talks about what it will take to level the playing field for women on farms around the world.
After receiving kudos from her instructor, the 6-year-old — wearing pink tights, a leotard and a tutu — sits down to watch the next girl take a turn.