Golden Eggs In Your Inbox
- Social Media Strategy
- Brand Communications
- And more...
Golden Eggs In Your Inbox
When someone "goes down a rabbit hole" on the internet, they click and click on interesting links, and end up somewhere they never imagined. Watching cat videos on YouTube.
Suddenly, BAM! They find you - someone who has exactly what they are looking for in some other area of their life or career.
They popped in a google search and found their question on Quora, a Q&A media site near the top of their search. They clicked. You happened to be one of the people who answered the question on that particular Query.
They looked at your profile. Saw your company name. Googled it. You provide something that's exactly what they need.
Your niche market found you.
How on Earth does that happen? Of course, we know, branding! But for a very small business, a new business, or a single entrepreneur breaking away from the corporate world, it seems you would drown on the internet.
Not if you are in the right places at the right time.
I believe everything is random until it finds it's place. Things fit together naturally, but if there is no glove that fits, they might have to settle for the next best thing.
A glove that doesn't quite fit.
As someone who has a different way of working the WWW, I have confused many of my peers by finding exactly what I want while making the same bottom line as them. I rarely received empty inquiries. Mostly golden eggs in my inbox.
I didn't have to pull teeth or to find diamonds in the rough. The internet sifted the gold for me. Most of my leads became very loyal VIP customers because my brand fit their needs.
I started working with my peers, and they also catapulted into a higher realm of customers who 1. Gave them a good reputation. 2. Were reasonable. 3. The sale was usually made before they even contacted. 4. The list could go on and on.
My job is not to brand you or to consult you on how you do your craft or business. My job is take your brand, and find the proper channels to communicate what you offer.
If you're really good, someone wants to do business with you. They just have to find you.
I work with a small handful of small (1-3 employee) businesses, (not including hired-on freelance, etc.)
I want to make sure I can make you efficient on the internet so you don't spread yourself too thin and can focus on your craft.
As of November, 2020, there were 7.8 billion people worldwide, and in the US, almost 333 million. Many of those people are messing around on the internet.
You can find clients - you may simply need someone to help navigate the web for you.
I have 8+ years in social media strategy & management, and 15+ years' marketing & branding experience.