About Meryl K. Evans (@merylkevans)

Thanks for clicking the URL in my Twitter profile for a little 411 in more than 160.

I’m Meryl K. Evans (I can’t help but put the “K” in there), the digital marketing pro behind Meryl.net and the @merylkevans twitter ID. Digital marketing? It means I help clients with anything and everything content — well, almost. I’m sure some folks can come up with something I wouldn’t do.

I’m a writer, editor, social media’r, content marketer, and digital marketer. Started doing this before content marketing became a bandwagon.
The About page tells you more about this site, my adventures and my background.

The Basics and What I Do

I’m a Texas gal living in Plano, a hop, skip ‘n jump north of Dallas. I’ve been happily married to a great guy and co-CEO of Snave Inc. with three employees and two four-legged mascots.

I’m a full-time consultant who writes, edits, social medias, content markets, and digital markets who experiments with content to help clients build relationships with their clients and prospects. I write for publications online and off, blog for companies, manage email campaigns, newsletters, websites, and social media programs. I’m available for hire (without the guns — yes, even though I’m a native Texan!).

On Twitter

Like you, I click through Twitter profile links to get to know people beyond their profiles. Of course, I’d like it if we connect (unless you’re a spammer, but then again a spammer wouldn’t check out profile links, right?) through @merylkevans on twitter.I don’t tweet about what I’m eating or wearing. (Quite boring.) Instead, I share other people’s brilliant comments and resources, thoughts I’ve discovered that I think you’d like and a peeks into my personal and professional life as a digital marketer working full-time as a remote worker (I’m always dressed, I promise) who happens to be a wife and mom.

Books Authored

I’ve authored a book about using Outlook 2007 — Brilliant Outlook Pocketbook. I’m a co-author of Adapting to Web Standards: CSS and Ajax for Big Sites. I’ve contributed to other books covering software, web design, blogging, business, and writing.

Read My Story

I won’t bore you with my life’s story. Since many people ask, you can read my story on how I became a full-time writer before morphing into a digital marketer. Folks often ask about getting started as a writer, so that’s covered in how to get started as a writer, which has links to more resources.

Connect with Me

Thanks for stopping by to learn about me. You can connect with me on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google + and Twitter, of course. More? All right, about.me has most of my social network IDs.


I’ve been blogging on meryl.net since June 2000. I added a Baby Blog in 2002 while pregnant with the youngest and a deaf blog in 2003 when I was preparing for a cochlear implant.