About Rebecca Landman
Rebecca Landman is a writer, Features Editor, and SEO Trainer at Collider. She's also a Google-certified copywriter who helps brands tell their stories more effectively. Whether she's writing screenplays, satire, essays, reviews, or copywriting, as long as Rebecca's working with words, she's happy! Her writing has been featured on satire sites like Slackjaw and The Belladonna, as well as on websites like Apartment Therapy, Hunker, and more. She's also copywritten for a variety of different brands across both the B2B and B2C spaces. Rebecca received a B.A. in Film Studies from Skidmore College and has studied screenwriting with the Writing Pad LA and Corey Mandell. She's also studied improv and sketch comedy at UCB, The Second City, and The Groundlings. She holds Digital Marketing certifications from Google.
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