Content Management for small business
Newsletters, website updates, blog posts, social—I’m your go-to girl for ditching the burnout and getting back to rocking your business on the regular.
Take a deep breath—I’m here to help.
Looking to expand your team so you can offload some of the responsibility of marketing your business online? You’re in the right place. A content manager—a.k.a your new business bestie—is someone who takes on parts of your content marketing that you’re ready to delegate. In a crowd of Content Managers, here’s how I’m unique:
Each month we’ll meet to talk about upcoming services/products, launches and other business goals. Then we’ll roadmap your content plan so I can divvy up tasks between the two of us per your package
Graphic & Web Design
I started as a graphic designer, so I can not only design your templates, social graphics, print materials and more—I can also edit your site and teaching portals so your online presence is always up-to-date.
I understand the basics of SEO and I LOVE writing. So when your content is ready to go, I can put it on your website and break it into pieces so it’s distributed online. Captions, graphics, approval—and done.
The first step is to get in touch and set up a quick call to see if we're a good fit:
Frequently Asked Questions
Sorry—what exactly IS a content manager?
A content manager is a skilled freelancer (or full-time employee if you’re into that kind of thing) who manages all of the content that goes into online marketing. Some content managers only schedule content on your various platforms, and others—like me—do a little bit of everything. In my case, I help with every step of the way from writing the content to making sure it’s distributed online to land in front of your ideal audience.
What's the difference between content manager and designer?
I’m still a graphic designer, it’s just that not every content manager is. A content manager can be from any background as long as they have the skills to make your content shine online. In my case, my graphic design background gives me an extra well of skills including:
- Print Graphics
- Online Graphics
- Web Design
- Social Media Graphics
My skills are unique, driven by my insatiable curiosity for all things online. So I can build on most platforms, as well as some online course platforms like Kajabi and Teachable.
Yea, it’s a lot.
So ‘Content Manager’ just happens to be a catch-all phrase to explain the skills I offer. To get a full list of everything I can do—just need to book a call to see if we’re a good fit.
Do you offer social media management?
I offer social media management within my largest package of hours. Once all of the content, editing, graphics, newsletters, etc. are being handled on my end, it makes social media management easier to include because I’m already working well within your brand voice and—because social media management takes so much time—it’s the only package with enough hours to both manage content and social media.
If one of my standard packages doesn’t fit your needs, we can chat about how to make things work for your business.
Do you meet in person?
The short answer is no.
Like a lot of people, I moved away from downtown when the pandemic hit and was lucky enough to buy a home in Dartmouth. Public transit requires at least 2-4 hours of my day because I don’t have access to a car from 7 am – 6 pm.
If you want to come to pick me up and take me to a coffee shop because an in-person meeting is a must, we can discuss that. Otherwise, it’s Zoom for me.
Bonus: My dog is adorable and sometimes he wakes up from his naps long enough to come say hi.
Do you offer hourly consulting?
I do offer hourly consulting at variable rates. If you’re not interested in a monthly package and just need a few items taken off your to-do list once in a while, I would have you sign up for my standard design contract that’s open-ended and holds our terms of service and rates for 12 months after signing it.