People-Focused Marketing Strategy

Think customer journey, not funnels.

Why? Because a funnel is a tool. It pulls attention away from what’s most important — your customer.

It’s the same process. With the right words.

social media strategy and managementHow it works

Fill out the form below. Then I’ll do some investigating to see if we’re a good match. . If not, I’ll tell you, straight up, and do my best to point you to resources that will work for you.

2. You get a Stripe invoice to book your session. Once we’re good to go, I send you an invoice. When that’s paid, I send you a link for the call. (And I dig in for some more investigating, because that’s how I do things around here.

3. We do some strategizing. I use Zoom for coaching calls, which allows the conversation to be recorded so you can listen to it as many times as you like.

4. We have a follow-up call. Plans are great, but they need to be put into action. One week after our consulting session, we’ll do a 15-minute follow-up to talk about how you’re doing — what’s working and what needs some tweaking.

“An hour talking with Stacey helped me find ways to improve and streamline the social media posting in my workplace.  She clearly did her research and had reviewed the online presence for the lab where I work. It may be one hour of your time but Stacey’s insights and feedback clearly shows you are getting several hours of hers.”

Kathy Petite, Administrative Coordinator

Administrative Coordinator

Your investment
Your one-hour Marketing Strategy Sprint, which includes a recording of our Zoom call and a 15-minute follow-up, is $275 CDN.

If you want to get to know me better, hit my About page or come say hello on social media (those links are at the bottom of the page).

Ready to begin? Just fill out the form below and we can get started!

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The Agency of Words gratefully acknowledges that we are in Mi’kma’ki, the territory of the Mi’kmaq, comprising present-day Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, parts of Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, and Maine. The Mi’kmaq have been connected to this land and these waters for thousands of years and continue to be so in the present. We also acknowledge colonialism continues to do harm and pledge to work continually to be good allies.

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