It's time we have "the talk."
And I don't mean a break up.
Let's define this relationship and start seeing each other more regularly.
For those truly invested in seeing long-term results, I offer monthly partnerships on retainer for editing, blogging and social media management.
Want to dig a little deeper than an audit? Pass the baton to an expert? (how about someone whose client won "Atlanta's Best Food Tweeter" last year?)
Work smarter, not harder by hiring an expert to handle everything so you get back to running your business. Partnerships include weekly check-in calls, monthly reporting, and more. I may even get you a present for Valentine's Day.
for writing or approving any written piece that passes through your business.
for day-to-day social management, analytics and brainstorming.
* I only accept a limited number of partnerships to ensure that each client receives the attention they deserve.
We are fully committed through summer 2017. Please contact us to join the waiting list for fall.
...but don't take my word for it.
"Fantastic to work with."
“Alex is fantastic to work with. She is extremely diligent and hard working. In addition to being detail orientated and a skilled project manager who can juggle multiple tasks at once, Alex is also very creative and has the ability to instantly improve team morale. Alex is a terrific marketer who has created exceptional campaigns on tight budgets."
— Evan Zimring, PeachDish
"Still sound like ourselves."
“I’m so glad Alex is there to focus on things like social media, food photography and promotional materials so I can stick to what I do best—being a chef. Running one of the busiest restaurants in Downtown Atlanta is enough work. I leave the social media to someone who can get it right and make sure we still sound like ourselves.”
— Chad Clevenger, Executive Chef at Alma Cocina
"I'd jump at the chance."
“I can't say enough good things about Alexandra. I've never worked with a more bright or motivated person. She was dependable, a real self-starter, and super creative. Most importantly, she was a real joy to be around. If I had the chance to work with her again, I'd jump at the chance!"
— Michael Erickson, Fifth Group Restaurants
So, are we like "a thing" now? Let's DTR.*
*That's define the relationship, non-millennials.