Christina Michelle Bailey

Christina Michelle Bailey

Freelance Contributor


University of San Francisco


Social media

Ride sharing apps

Instant Messaging

Company Info


  • Founder of DistrubtedBytes, a newsletter about instant messaging and social media apps for content creators.
  • Has written extensively for NBCU's Entertainment and Integrated Media division as well as several online resources for social media marketing.
  • Over five years of business development and social media strategy experience.


Christina Michelle Bailey is a former writer for Lifewire who published several articles about the use of e-mail and instant messaging, especially as it relates to business and personal development. Bailey is a consultant specializing in strategy and operations for digital media organizations who was previously with the NBC News Group, where she focused on growing audience and revenue through strategic partnerships.

Prior to the News Group, Christina Michelle worked within NBCU’s Entertainment and Integrated Media division, where she held business development and operational roles for iVillage,, Daily Candy, GardenWeb, and the NBC Health Video Network. Before joining NBCU, Christina Michelle was with Cox Media where she was a founding team member of and managed strategic media partners. 

Christina Michelle is the Creator & Curator of DistributedBytes, a weekly newsletter in which she explores how content creators are adapting to the wide variety of distribution platforms, like Facebook and Snapchat, that are now available to them. 


Bailey holds a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Behavior from the University of San Francisco.

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