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Do you have the traction and exposure it deserves?

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How can I help your business show its best side on social media?

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Testimonials

"Bridget has been doing excellent work with me consulting for SMB's in the Los Angeles area. We currently work together on both content creation for new websites, as well as social media marketing. All deadlines have been met with time to spare. Every month we see gains in all Social Media platforms she manages for out clients.I highly recommend working with Bridget!"

—ROY SIVAN, ARC, CTRL

"Bridget is extremely knowledgeable in Social Media. She's not afraid to share information, whether it's her own blog postings on how to improve your presence, or other articles she's read. I look to Bridget for advice on how to make my own improvements. I trust her knowledge and she spends a lot of time researching and implementing what she learns in Social Media. Bridget is always open to answer my questions, which you don't find very often. I'd say she's a true leader!" 

AMY DONOHUE

"Bridget's Twitter coaching is transformational. I used to use Facebook exclusively–avoided Twitter at all cost. After a session with her, I understood exactly how to wrangle Twitter and make it work for my business. It's now a key part of my social media marketing. I am building relationships, growing my online visibility, and even preferring it to Facebook somedays! If you've ever wondered how to get more from your social media presence, reach out to Bridget. She is a wealth of knowledge and practical experience."

JOCELYN MOZAK

"I worked closely with Bridget for about a year while she was at Thought House. Working with franchisees can be particularly challenging because the range of online marketing knowledge is often quite significant. Bridget took her role as a consultant and advisor very seriously and helped to host monthly webinars geared toward our business owners. She is an excellent trainer and communicator without overwhelming."

KATIE REXRODE

"Bridget is a pleasure to work with. Since 2016, she and I have co-hosted WPblab, a YouTube channel and audio podcast helping people in the WordPress realm improve marketing efforts for their small businesses. She is the yin to my yang when it comes to marketing. She's "boots on the ground," and I'm more systems management. She works well with other marketers and highly technical folks as well. If you are looking for someone that can interface well with technical people she's your woman."

JASON TUCKER

Social Media Management That Makes Sense for You

Something for every budget, interest level, or time.

Free Advice (Blog)

When planting your marketing seeds, you can't expect fruit immediately. Fruit, like marketing on social media, requires patience.

Fruit Requires Patience – Marketing on Social Takes Time

March 20, 2019

When planting your marketing seeds, you can’t expect fruit immediately. Fruit, like marketing on social media, requires patience. I recently purchased a strawberry kit from Target. The “growing medium” had to be prepped, the seeds planted, and it should be watered regularly. Furthermore, during the first year, the plant shouldn’t be allowed to bear fruit. …

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Brand Awareness: The Myth of the First-Click Lead

March 7, 2019

So I want to talk a little bit about brand awareness. There are so many people who think that there is such a thing as a first-click lead. But even in the checkout aisle at the grocery store, there is an impulse counter. You’ve seen it. Are the items there things you’re familiar with? Of …

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Motivational & Educational Speaker

Bridget giving a keynote at Seattle with the organizers sitting like it's a a panel for some reason.

Community: Observe, Include, Accept
(WordCamp Seattle Keynote Address)

Relationship Marketing on Twitter: Your Clients are Your Community (WordCamp Nijmegen)

You Can’t Charge for Value if You Don’t Understand Your Cost (WordCamp Los Angeles)