“Jennifer co-chaired Rocky Mountain Green 2012, USGBC Colorado's two day educational conference. It was a pleasure working with Jennifer.”
Patti Mason, LEED AP, Director of Advocacy
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One complaint I hear when I’m teaching business owners about Twitter is that they can’t understand the slang. As people venture out into the great world of Twitter, they learn very quickly that there’s a whole new language to learn. It can be confusing and intimidating to just jump right in, so here’s a quickContinue Reading
Written on May 2, 2013 at 11:48 am
Here’s a great tool to help! The first part of the graphic shows you how to come up with ideas for content. The second part shows an example of what you might do with that content once you have it. There’s no one right way to post or right number of posts to make whenContinue Reading
One of my clients wrote this great letter about how her company has benefitted from social media. I love client success stories and thought I’d pass them on! Jennifer’s training led to many of our staff using social media on a regular basis. This is a crucial piece of our communications strategy going forward. HerContinue Reading
I sometimes think that every social media account should come with a quick-and-dirty tutorial on etiquette. What’s considered good manners? What are best practices for how to treat people online? You’d think that this would be common sense. Courtesy is courtesy, no matter where you are, right? Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. So hereContinue Reading
This week, I was asked why I do what I do. As I was answering, I realized that how I became a small business owner is a great example of why I work with small businesses! For nine years, I worked as a marketer for both small and large companies in the architecture/engineering/construction industry. WhenContinue Reading
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