“The goal isn’t to have the loudest voice on the internet. It’s to have a voice: your voice.”
As a creative person, I am fascinated by how we tell the story of what we do. Many artists and designers consider the word marketing to be a dirty word! I want to bust that belief.
Marketing now is about building relationships and trust. At Three Thought Bubbles, I train businesses how to be more human on the web. I show you how to choose words, messages, images and conversations that tell the story of your business, both on and off the web. But most of all, I inspire you to talk confidently about what it is that you love to do!
My design background:
Prior to Three Thought Bubbles, I owned Rangoli jewellery for fifteen years. I designed bridal jewellery to order. Before I discovered how to blog, I found it difficult and costly to promote my business. My jewellery blog had a huge impact on my business and won several awards. I set up Three Thought Bubbles so I could share these skills with other creative owners.
I mentor businesses on a range of topics, from business visioning to blogging. I help people to strip back the fluff to get to the core of what they do and who they help. My experience of running a craft business means that I understand the day to day challenges involved. I use visual and written storytelling techniques to help businesses in the following areas:
● How to know and live your brand
● How to humanise your brand on the web
● How to communicate your business story
● How to own and develop your online reputation
Selected qualifications and experience:
2015 Ongoing trainer for LEO Ireland
2015 Mentor for National Women’s Enterprise Day
December 2013 'Train The Trainer' qualification.
2012 to present Owner Three Thought Bubbles; social media trainer, mentor and consultant.
1998 to 2014 Owner and designer at Rangoli; designing bridal jewellery and hair accessories.
2012 and 2013 Finalist in the Blogger Awards Ireland,
2012 and 2013 for ‘Best blog of a SME’
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