Kim Brittingham is an in-demand content developer who works closely with professional speakers, coaches, thought leaders and others. She has authored two books of her own: a memoir, Read My Hips (2011, Random House) and Write That Memoir Right Now (2013, AudioGo). Her essays have been published on iVillage, Salon and Fresh Yarn. She received widespread attention, including appearances on the Today Show and NPR, when she created a mock self-help book jacket with the title, Fat is Contagious: How Sitting Next to a Fat Person Can Make YOU Fat, wrapped it around a real book, and pretended to read it while riding the buses of New York City as an informal social experiment. Additionally, she teaches “How to Blog” at Gotham Writer’s Workshop in New York City.
“Kim Brittingham has been a secret weapon behind my businesses. I frequently get compliments on how she handles my social media. She has helped us reach highly targeted customers through Twitter and Facebook, and provides excellent custom content for our blogs, newsletters and special reports. She’s also a key player in our weekly brainstorming meetings. She thinks out of the box and also helps us maintain great momentum in our marketing projects.” — Salim Omar, President, CPA Marketing Genius and The Omar Group CPAs
“I’ve worked with Kim for nearly a year, and can attest that her work is top quality and always delivered on time. Her ability to create high quality content on a variety of topics never ceases to surprise me. She’s creative, thorough, and best of all…very easy to work with. I HIGHLY recommend Kim to anyone needing help with social media content and management, writing blogs and articles, or any other online content creation needs.” — Marty Fahncke, President, FawnKey & Associates