Caroline Foran is an editor, content creator and strategist. She knows lots of fancy buzzwords and she could probably list them all here, but she’s not a robot; she has a personality and a pulse (and a good thesaurus too). Having worked as an online editor and social media manager with some of Ireland’s leading publishing companies (IMAGE Publications, Entertainment Media Networks, Lovin Dublin), she has honed her skills as a first class content creator with a particular passion for branded content. She has built strong and lasting relationships with those in the Irish media industry and gets very excited about commercial content projects, particularly in the digital sphere. (So that’s the internet, basically).
Through the successful management of a series of key campaigns, Caroline has earned herself quite the reputation among agencies and brands for her endless creative ideas, her positive attitude and her project management skills in the creation and execution of digital, content-lead campaigns. ‘Execution’ just might be her favourite professional-sounding word. With a keen understanding of what does and does not resonate with audiences – given her editorial background – and an ability to adapt her tone and style to suit a whole mixture of brands, she thrives on the idea of helping brands and publishers maximise their respective goals. She believes in content that both consumers and brands will appreciate. She lives for a good brainstorming session. She also lives for the correct use of a semi-colon. And Bounty bars.
Separate to commercial projects, as a freelance journalist for various key publications, Caroline has a particular interest in the areas of health, beauty and interiors. Her experience spans both traditional print (currently Beauty Editor, Sunday Business Post, IMAGE Brides) and digital publishing (IMAGE.ie, beaut.ie, entertainment.ie, LovinDublin.ie), and not forgetting a blue furry diary she used to keep, chronicling her teenage disco days.
Caroline Foran is also a published author; Owning It is her first book.
Whether you’re a publisher, a creative agency or a PR company looking to collaborate on deadly content across a multitude of platforms, hit her up on LinkedIn, Twitter or simply email email@example.com. Will work for Bounty bars.*
*Not really, you need to pay her.