Monica Bentley started doing web development back in 1999, when it was in its infancy. She’s seen quite a few changes over the years – the big ones being search engine optimization and social media. Her passion is still web design but she’s added in SEO because it’s important for websites to be found and social media as a way to drive traffic. LinkedIn is her platform of choice – doing LinkedIn campaigns for clients to increase their connections and customer base.
Jeannette Tibbetts provides social media support specifically for Facebook, Twitter and Google+. She can create a new account for your company or update existing accounts. She will keep your social media accounts current with weekly or biweekly (or whatever works for your company) content updates, which can include posting photographs of current and past work, sharing articles and blogs, creating and posting holiday memes, uploading videos to YouTube and sharing, etc.
By working diligently to understand your business, Dave designs and develops results oriented internet advertising campaigns that meet your companies’ specific needs and reach the right customers for your business. Dave helps you solve the question, “How do you use the latest tools available to your company and your customer base to improve and grow your business?”
Rebecca is a content developer as well as an editor and proofreader. She brings a wealth of experience from her successful 30-year career in high tech and academia where she led Marketing Communications teams at Raytheon, Data General, EMC, Invensys, and the MIT Energy Initiative. Rebecca edited the book GameChangers: Energy on the Move, available on amazon.com, which was a joint effort between MIT and Stanford University.
Calvin’s 30+ years in print design, and production with a focus on creative branding and design execution help Simple Wizardry’s clients stay on brand and looking their best.
Barbara has more than 30 years of experience writing and editing newsletters, web content and other marketing materials. She has managed a team of free-lance writers and written a book on the 80-year history of a civic organization.
Steve’s newspaper career started by covering the Boston Celtics for the New Bedford Standard Times. He understands that good marketing and “news” has to be a win-win. Stories must be useful and interesting to an editor’s primary audience. Free exposure is only available to those who recognize news angles, package news in a digestible form, and take care of all the details of story placement – from arranging interviews to providing appropriate visuals.