Owner & Digital Strategist
As a a Digital Marketing Strategist and I love to see the accomplishments we desired for businesses and goals achieved. I’m a natural researcher and I love to analyze what I find. I’m resourceful in a way that will help you make the most of your budget and I have an eye for design that is useful in developing collateral such as ads, logos & websites and helping you with a branding image. The field of digital marketing is fast-paced where new updates in the online world of Google, Twitter & Facebook are always in changing but I love to learn and stay on top of the latest news. I started my digital marketing career working with an e-commerce store where I first developed the skill set to execute email campaigns, managed the PPC campaigns, implemented search engine optimization, social media and kept the site up to date through it’s content management system. I’ve been working with Google AdWords since 2007 and have accessed Google Grants for Nonprofits and managed their AdWords accounts. I’ve worked on strategy and implementing marketing campaigns for major non-profit campaigns such as Imagine No Malaria, Interpreter Magazine and ReThink Church with United Methodist Communications and Habitat for Humanity. I am here to create a strategic marketing plan and manage the execution of the marketing in order to help clients get a good return on their investment.
Laurel makes sure our accounts are processed, keeps track of invoicing, and makes sure our contractors get paid and is a world of help when tax season is in full swing. She helps make sure things keep running smoothly.
For each client I will customize a team that is specific to your needs and coordinate and implement the marketing with this team. We have contractors available that collaborate with us who are specialized in particular areas such as graphic designers, web developers, product photographers, social media specialist or public relations specialists so you get the same quality and expertise that you would at a larger marketing agency and even more attention.