You’re Known Around the Office as the Expert Multitasker

It’s 10 a.m. on a Monday morning and you’ve already knocked three tasks off your to-do list. Now you’re on your way to a meeting with your boss and he wants to see your marketing plan that’ll help the business grow next quarter and beyond. The problem: You’re in charge of a small marketing team — or you’re a one-woman show — and there just aren’t enough hours in the day to handle internal requests, juggle vendor relationships, and develop an effective marketing strategy that achieves real business goals.

And besides, you’re still kinda new to marketing in general and are still finding your footing in the field.

Sound familiar?

What you need — besides another cup of coffee — is a coach who can not only help transform your department with a proven marketing system but can also help you grow your skill set and take your newfound knowledge to the next level.

That’s where I come in.

Let’s Get You Organized

As your small business marketing coach, I’ll harness my years of experience leading a marketing department and team to help you transform your department into a reliable arm of the company that’s organized and efficient. Most importantly, I’ll teach you how to implement those new efficiencies that’ll help your team take the small business to the next level in business growth and revenue.

What You’ll Get From Our Coaching Sessions:

My role in the coaching process is to not only be your guide but also your biggest cheerleader.

We’ll start by reviewing your current marketing efforts and target market. I’ll work collaboratively with you to refine the value proposition and propose additions or changes to help align it with your business goals.

Then we’ll then work together to develop a full brand and marketing action plan that addresses:

  • Key marketing messages to use every day
  • Traditional and online marketing strategies (like SEO, email marketing, and digital marketing tactics)
  • Web design
  • Social media marketing

Along with any other marketing activities that would benefit your brand.

“But I Don’t Think the Business Owners Will Be Willing to Invest in Marketing Coaching”

I hear you.

Small business owners are often understandably money conscious with their marketing dollars and it can be difficult to convince your boss to let you spend some of the budget on a marketing coach. But here’s the reality: Investing in a small business marketing coach will end up saving your boss money.

How? By making you more efficient and effective at your job. I’ll help you streamline the marketing department workflow by working with you to create and implement marketing templates and processes that ensure and enhance the integrity of your brand. Better yet: These processes will be simple enough for anyone in the department to pick up and manage, freeing up your time to develop new marketing strategies and plans.

Let’s Talk

Your business isn’t one-size-fits-all — and your marketing coaching shouldn’t be, either.

That’s why I tailor my marketing consultant services to meet you where you are right now, both with budget and business goals. I offer multiple packages at a variety of price points that make coaching sessions both affordable and effective. Get in touch now to learn more and to get started.