Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

The small stuff.

The stuff that has been on your to-do list forever,
but you’re too busy doing what you do best:
Growing your business.

There comes a point where you can’t do it all
on your own. You need to hire someone to help.
Someone like me.

Lean more

Testimonials

Freelance Web Icons“No matter how challenging Lisa’s task is, she always manages to complete it below budget and within a tight deadline. I find that her writing style is current with the digital trend. She easily incorporates the company or product personality into her copies which ultimately resulted in a genuine voice to end customers or prospect. Her writing style is highly suitable for corporate level social media, blogs, twitter, and other social media outlets.”
                                          — Lulu Intan, Digital Marketing Consultant

Freelance Web Icons“Lisa is a regular contributor to eat.drink.MISSISSIPPI. She tackles every assignment with enthusiasm and her passion for writing and food are evident in every article she writes. She is always able to take any idea thrown her way to give the result I desire. Her advanced photography skills and adherence to deadlines are big pluses for me. She is a pleasure to work with and is highly recommended for any subject.”
— J. J. Carney, Publisher, eat. drink. MISSISSIPPI

Freelance Web Icons“Lisa has always performed each assignment at a high level of energy and has a great eye for a story.  She does a great job of making you feel like you were part of whatever she’s written about.  Lisa also has a great talent with the camera and can make you want to taste the food she’s captured with her photo.”
–Andy Chapman, Founder, Eat Jackson

 

Services

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Freelance Writing
Our world thrives on written communication – advertisements, magazines, newspapers, social media. But not everyone is an effective writer. Poor writing can wreck a story and ruin the reputation of a brand. That’s where a professional writer can help. Learn more.


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Social Media
For a business owner who is already spending most of their time growing their business, finding spare time to dedicate to social media can be impossible. Outsourcing your social media management to a third-party is one key business-building task you can take off your plate. Learn more.


5Virtual Assistant
Successful entrepreneurs have someone in their corner to help them with various projects or administrative tasks. If you’re not quite ready to hire a full-time employee, a virtual assistant can help you move the needle without a huge commitment. Learn more.


3Blogging
A company blog is a great way to drive traffic, establish authority and convert new business leads. But not everyone has the time to devote to writing new content. Hiring a professional blogger ensures your content stays relevant and fresh. Learn more.

 

 

Other skills include:

  • WordPress
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Microsoft Office
  • PC Operating System
  • Social media tools such as CoShedule, Tailwind, Hootsuite, and Buffer

 

Ready to do This?

Are you a magazine editor or blogger looking for contributors?  Let’s talk!

Are you looking for assistance with your corporate communications or day-to-day administrative operations?  I would love to work with you.