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Kayla Minguez
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Attended Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
Lives in Carlisle, PA


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Every business and website is bound to get a bad review at some time or another. It’s kind of unavoidable when you consider how easy it is for customers to submit their feedback online. A bad review doesn’t mean that your pro...
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Content creator, blogger, half-marathoner, deadlifter and anime nerd.
I'm a content creator and marketer at WebpageFX. I also do occasional side gigs, like writing for Upworthy or doing other freelance writing via Upwork. 

In my free time, I do the dog mom thing and try to learn new stuff. For the last year and a half I've been learning Japanese. #kanjinotromaji

I also pen things on my blog, Pennedist

Connect with me on Twitter @KaylaRMinguez
Bragging rights
I can run 13 miles; The Lonely Island once favorited my Tweet; I can make some pretty sweet origami
  • Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
    2009 - 2013
  • Midd-West High School
    Academic, 2005 - 2009
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Kayla Derstein
Content creator and marketer at WebpageFX.
Blogging, copywriting, editing, and a general sense of Awesomeness
  • WebpageFX
    Online PR Specialist, 2013 - present
    We work with hundreds of clients to make their Web presence better.
  • Freelancer
    Freelance Writer & Blogger, 2015 - 2015
    I write about various topics, but particularly enjoy writing about positive news and personal improvement.
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The Importance of Slowing Down

Learn why you should stop rushing and how to slow down.

Google’s Top 100 Most Expensive Keywords in 2015 [Infographic]

Google is a colossus of modern advertising. In the first half of 2015, the search engine colossus raked in nearly $35 billion in Q1 and Q2.

The Internet in Real Time

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Interview: Jon Gordon, Author & Speaker

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Case Study: 3 Famous Coca-Cola Marketing Campaigns

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The Complete Guide to Redesigning Your Website

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Turning Your Employees into Social Media Brand Advocates | Social Media ...

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What Happens to Your Online Presence When You Die? [Infographic]

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The Social Media Pre-Nup | Social Media Today

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7 Reasons Your Website Should Cater to Lazy People

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The Hidden Power of Nofollow Links

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Editorial Blogging Calendar and Schedule – Free Template

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Social Gets Personal: Name-Segmented Facebook Advertising

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The Expert's Guide to Google Penalty Removal

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How to Target 73% of Online Adults: Finding an Effective Social Media St...

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Who Still Uses Windows XP? (Or Why Ohio is Totally Doomed)

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I was absolutely blown away by how nice and friendly the pharmacy staff at this CVS were. The woman ringing customers out at the counter was very friendly and went out of her way to ask the people in front of me about how their family members were doing, and the pharmacist filling prescriptions filled mine quickly so I wouldn't have to wait in the store longer than necessary. I wish I lived in Shippensburg still so I could keep getting my prescriptions filled here.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
I happen to work a few blocks down the street from Lebo's, and when I got into work this morning and noticed that my car was making an alarming scraping sound, I decided to take it to Lebo's to see if someone could tell me what was wrong. The very kind mechanic that I spoke with took it for a quick drive and told me that a guard had fallen down and that he could fix it for me right then. I didn't wait for longer than 15 minutes and my car sounds completely normal again. I can continue on with my workday without any distractions and I am sincerely grateful to Lebo's for that.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
3 reviews
Best auto repair place I've ever been to. They really do everything they can to make sure you understand what is going on with your car. Very friendly and professional mechanics; homey atmosphere. They even talked me out of buying two additional tires for my car and showed me on my current tires why they were still good. Definitely honest people just trying to do their jobs the best they can. Go here!!!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago