This short radio interview tells you a bit more about me!

This short clip is from a radio interview I did with Tino from Business Radio recently. It tells you a little about my social media business and my eco-retail business. The opportunity to do the interview arose at a special event arranged by The Mumpreneurs Networking Club, of which I am an active member. They organised a bus tour of four locations, and I attended the one at Guildford. It was great fun, and a chance to connect with some people I already knew and many that I did not. I hope you enjoy the interview. Feel free to ask me any questions … Continue reading

Attention to detail

Attention to detail is so important to what I do as a social media marketer, and I believe it is one of my traits that my clients most appreciate. I work hard to really get to know what makes my clients and their businesses tick, and a big part of that is picking up on the little things that set them apart from their competitors, or finding posts on social media that may be of interest to them and could bring in new customers of collaborators. Today I received some very important personal documents and I need to read them carefully, choose options, … Continue reading

I’ve been shortlisted for an award!

I’m delighted to announce that I have been nominated and now shortlisted in the category of Online Business in the JP South Events Sussex – Woman of the Year Awards. The event is supported by The Mumpreneurs Networking Club, which I have been attending for just over a year.  I have found this an invaluable group for its friendly and supportive atmosphere; it’s a lot of fun but with the serious intent of getting people to connect with other small businesses. Just to clear up an obvious misunderstanding, you don’t have to be a mum to attend or join (I’m … Continue reading

A good summer for a social media marketer

I have now been in business for nearly 18 months and I’m very pleased with my progress so far! I specialise in social media marketing for small businesses, mainly in the food, gardening, events, hospitality and green sectors. My way of working is to find out what makes the client and their product or service tick, then to research their market and set up Twitter and Facebook pages for them. It’s all about creating engagement with suppliers, customers, and other interested parties. Last year I gained my first client, Tuppenny Barn Organics, whose proprietor I knew through being a customer at Chichester farmers market and … Continue reading