You’ve got an online space

...now make it work for you!

Every brand has a three-part story to tell

 

The story you present with your website content—attractively packaged into your visual brand with a carefully crafted mission statement and explanation of how you contribute to the world.

 

The story you tell the search engines—a technical representation of what you do, using a mix of carefully researched keywords and the oh-so-romantic language of HTML.

 

The story you tell through social media interaction—offering glimpses of your personality, sharing ideas that reinforce your mission, and inviting your clients to be involved in the magic you create.

While each of these stories can work independently (and maybe you’ve already got one or two under control), it is when the three work together that you truly start attracting your ideal clients who are excited about what you can provide for them and who end up feeling more like friends than clients.
WHAT IS THE STORY YOU TELL?
Who are you? You’re a blogger and/or creative entrepreneur with a desire to fill this world with the magic you create, not just because it pays the bills (though, you’ll admit, that’s a nice little perk), but because it fills you with life! But between the hard work you put into your craft, the demands of day-to-day life, and the desire to have some downtime to spend time having fun with the people you love, you simply can’t do it all on your own. That’s okay!
Hi! I’m Caitlin! Let me help put that beautiful story that’s behind your work into words so that your online presence is an accurate representation of the amazingly talented soul you are—and more importantly—helps you attract your ideal clients! Whether you need assistance with search engine optimization, content writing and strategy, social media strategy, or all three. Let’s get a conversation started! I’m excited to hear from you!

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