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Andrew Hartzell
Andrew Hartzell
Andrew Hartzell

Andrew Hartzell

  • Columbus, OH
  • ·

Publications professional. Husband. Dad. Doodler. Baseball fan. Imaginary musician. Cheeseburger addict.

Super Mario Lego Wall Art

The first Ferrari, a 1947 Ferrari 125 S

Enzo's 1947 Ferrari 125 S

Apple Pie Pancakes with Vanilla Maple Syrup - Just as good as apple pie but healthier & way less work!

Each of these repurposed driftwood lamps is one of a kind. I like the idea of having a bunch of these on a table with little terrariums.

Back To The Future Desktop Hoverboards

A simple editorial calendar strategy for your social media workflow can greatly increase your productivity and effectiveness. A great man once said that "if you fail to plan, you plan to fail." Well this post will get you in gear to make a plan now!

How To Create a Solid Content Marketing Plan #infographic

Social Media Calender Template Excel 2015 | Editorial Planner for Social Media

A guide to choosing the best content promotion strategy | Articles | Home #socialmedia from Ragan's PR Daily

9 Steps to Creating Good Content for Your Brand [Infographic] - The No Hype, Buzzword-Free Guide to Creating Good Content for Your Business.


Sitting man - Table lamp made of galvanized fittings and pipes, utilizing a brass faucet as the switch.

Dialogue Tags: 100 Ways to Say “Said” OMG so useful!

Most entrepreneurs fail at developing ideas for their content because they fail to plan. Here are 3 ideas.

Clever way to cook hash browns in a waffle iron.

The 5 superpowers of intelligent content

Gingerbread Scones..oh wow, here comes another 2 lbs. but they look oh so good! Maybe for Christmas morning?

Quick Sprout Infographic, featured in article: How to Stay Consistent with Your Content