Note: I have removed the standard contact form from this site. In case you stumble upon this page, unfortunately I am not currently working with individuals – thanks, Elena
Most of my time is spent with my team of a dozen at my 17 year old international PR agency where we work with six-figure budgets. But for many, many reasons, my heart has a real soft spot for the small business owner.
If you would like to work with me, I have a few options for you:
1. Getting Started With PR
If you want to tell me about your business and get feedback on what would make the most impact with your marketing, schedule a one-hour “ask me anything” call for $300. You’ll walk away with clarity and probably a template (or two, or three) that would save you hours of frustration.
2. Coaching You or Your Marketing Team
If you already have a marketing assistant or marketing team and want me to coach them on PR or content marketing best practices, set up some systems, have a sounding board for your current marketing initiatives, figure out those story platforms – then a customized training or one month consulting package may suit you best. Fees to have me as your Marketing Coach in your backpocket start at $4000.
3. Brand Ambassador
Do you have a product or company that suits my readership? I have worked with brands such as Visa and Udemy on sponsored posts, infographics, influencer marketing tied to search marketing. Let’s talk about how I can help you reach women entrepreneurs, PR and Marketing students, professional consultants and smaller agencies through blogging, speaking or workshops.
I know you’ll want to check me out, so sometimes, it’s best if other people do the talking. Here’s how I’ve helped entrepreneurs, coaches, authors and many different types of businesses, and what other influencers and the industry are saying about me:
My work on this blog and on social media have won numerous awards, you can check some of it out on my About Page. It’s always nice when your hard work gets recognized, it encourages me to keep going!
If you are pitching me a guest post, you must read this first!
I am also happy to take feedback, comments, digital hugs and high-fives at that email.
Finally, I get asked a LOT to contribute a quote or a tip to someone else’s blogpost, ebook, slideshare or whatever. While I respond to as many of those requests as I can, I rarely give one-on-one interviews.