marketing your
small business ?

or do you just wish that you did ?

If you feel awkward and weird at the thought of promoting your business, don’t panic because you’re not alone. Everyone feels stupid saying nice things about themselves, except egomaniacs and dictators and of course you’re none of those things (and if you are, I have a list of competitors who would simply love to hear from you).

You’re fabulous and clever and giving it your best shot, but if you’re new to the whole marketing thing it can help if you have someone to show you how you can let all those potential customers out there know how fabulous and clever you are.

That’s where I come in.  I’m like the stereotypical Jewish mother (in an honorary sense, I’m disappointingly Methodist), one eyed and devoted, seeing only the brilliance and potential in her offspring and singing their praises to everyone who will listen.  In a digital sense and with a sprinkling of waspish austerism thrown in, that’s totally me.

Here’s what I’ve got.

to help you get cracking on your marketing:

Get a Website

that makes it easier for your customers to buy from you.

Find words that work

for you and speak to the people who are going to buy your stuff.

Get a Logo

that symbolises everything you represent.

Build Your Own Website

workshops for people who want to give it a go themselves.

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