Tammy getting crafty at Rhinebeck Sheep + Wool, October 2015.

Tammy getting crafty at Rhinebeck Sheep + Wool, October 2015.

Hi.

Millennial freelancer, here. Thanks for stopping by - I'm so glad you're here!

Social Media Services

Social Media Services

Strategic Planning

When you're a solopreneur or creative small business,  creating a social media strategy can be a challenge to take on alone. Add to that the very real struggle that is being too steeped in your own content, and you've got a recipe for an uphill battle of Sisyphean proportions. 

My strategic planning method aims to identify the best (+ often the worst) of your content, to establish realistic outreach and engagement goals for your content in your niche, and to create accessible steps you can take to reaching those goals.

Worried you can't take on the full implementation? Let me support you in turning our strategic planning into action!

Social Media Management

I am all about quality over quantity. If you're looking for vanity statistics without engagement, I'm not the gal for you; I don't care about follower counts or page views. I focus on helping you to bring your top content to your followers where they are.

Let's strategize to make sure you are present where your tribe is, that you've got the tools to automate where you can, and that you've got graphics to step up your digital game.

Community Building

A successful social media strategy isn't just about how far the echo of your message goes. It's about creating a positive and welcoming community that leaves your visitors eager to come back for more.

Whether you're engaging a Facebook group or hosting a Twitter chat, my strategies have successfully - and repeatedly - engaged users across various industries and interest levels; speaking directly with individuals, sharing with partners, and interacting with top government agencies. 


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Email Marketing Services

Email Marketing Services

Minding the Gap: A Practice in Financial Feminism

Minding the Gap: A Practice in Financial Feminism