Flight or Fight School: Planning for a Crisis by Susan Finch
A crisis communications plan is critical for all businesses. When you are in crisis is too late. Join me as we hear from Marketing Communications Expert, Linda Zimmer . Linda is person to follow, know and learn from. She can be…
Are Tradeshows and Conferences Dying?
The tradeshow and conference will not die – at least not for a decade or two, but they are being rethought into a more effective virtual environment. This is not a webinar – I’m talking about virtual tradeshow booths, virtual…
Become an information provider for your prospects and clients
A prospect is more than someone you are hoping to close in the near future. A prospect can be a valuable resource of referrals, information, or insights. Treat them as a valued resource by becoming a valued resource to them.…
Linkedin Group Moderation Services
Where is your time best spent when it comes to Social Media, networking, education and client services? Only you know the answer. I'm finding the first thing that clients let go of as they run out of time is the…
A quick introduction to Susan Finch
Most of the time I don’t get to meet my clients in person. We do Skype, visit on the phone but rarely get to sit down in person unless they are in the Portland, Oregon area. I strongly believe in…
Honoring My Public Relations Mentors
Today I honor my two Public Relations mentors, Wing Lam of Wahoo's Fish Taco and Greg Smith of Commpro. The day flies as I whirl between working on DNS servers, cleaning up code, creating new pages and writing up scopes for software. I forget from time to time what I'm really good at - Community Public Relations. I don't mean PR for communities, I mean PR at the local level - where small businesses live.
Intimidated by web professionals?
It’s going to be OK, really. We know you have messes from the web folks of your past, half-started projects with no manual, features that used to work that no longer do, sites that you have lost due to a…
Social Marketing – no time to blog or tweet? I can help.
I have a few clients that prefer a more thorough campaign. They budget about $400/month for three blogs and three twitter accounts. They are very pleased with the results. One of them says, "I don't have an office assistant that I can toss this stuff off to comfortably. With you in charge of it, given your background in PR and marketing, at least I know it will be well-written and pushed out to where it should be seen."
Basic pricing for services
I am happy to report long-standing relationships with my clients. Some go back more than 13 years. I enjoy assisting in the planning of their marketing efforts so they evolve to include new and current technologies. Many times I’m able…
Are you ready for a change?
Website quiz -perhaps it's time for a chagne. Do you have a diverse team where each person needs to have a say in how your site looks and functions - yet no one agrees? Do you dread making your site your home page? Perhaps it's time to get a quote to freshen it up or just start over.
Blogs, websites, feeds, and more.
Additional services include: Consulting Services, Marketing Strategies, Social Marketing Strategies, Project Management, Special Events Planning, Organization and Follow-up, Brochures/Identity Packages/Logo Development, PowerPoint and Keynote Presentation, Product and Conceptual Photography
Other programming languages
By the hour or by the project, we offer skills in:
Spring Clean Your Frankensite
Many sites suffer from being a "Frankensite." You know the type, several webmasters, styles, programming languages and an ever-changing marketing focus. Time to clean up! Chances are 30% or more of your site code is redundant, confusing and just makes a mess. It also slows down your site speed for the visitors.
Online Training and Custom Training Courses
Creating customized online videos and classes for specific software and project promotion implementation is another service offered; as well as creating training manuals for the most basic of users. Susan takes the approach of "teaching a Martian how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich."