People are always asking me exactly what I do. People I meet at networking events; prospective clients; friends who knew me as an English teacher; puzzled family members who don’t know anything about sales funnels…

I always start with: “I help business owners join the dots to grow their businesses online”. But this doesn’t cover the detail – and when people are looking for help with something specific in their business, they want to know the detail.

So to help with the answer, I just took a look over my Toggl* report for the last 48 hours and jotted down the main items.

So to give you a better idea of what I do and how I might be able to help you, this is what I’ve done for my clients in the last week, in no particular order:

 

Created, edited and uploaded content for elearning courses

I’m currently involved with three elearning courses for different clients – one that I’m repurposing content for, and two that I’m editing and uploading. They’re all on different platforms, so I’m getting plenty of practise with Teachable, Thinkific and WordPress/Accessally.

 

Created a sales funnel

Everything from creating the lead magnet PDFs to linking everything together to automatically deliver the freebies and put leads and customers into email campaigns. I drafted the email copy based on idea outlines from the client.

 

Troubleshoot issues with CRM sales automation

Problems with a CRM set up lead to customers not getting their emails – so I was called in to diagnose and fix the problem. A little Zapier* magic worked like a charm.

 

Proofed and scheduled email newsletters

I do this for a few of my clients – proofread, edit, and schedule within their CRM/email marketing systems. It’s usually a weekly job, sometimes more frequent if there are other notifications and transactional emails to send too.

 

Drafted blog posts

Some clients want proofreading, others give me an outline – sometimes just a heading – and I draft the post for approval. I often source the featured image too.

 

Designed a WordPress website

I don’t accept website work all the time, but I enjoy it when I do. I use a WordPress template to create neat, easily modified sites for clients who are looking for something that’s affordable and that they can keep updated themselves afterwards.

Variety is one of the many reasons why I love my work (I’m never bored, and I get to learn new things every day). But there’s a bit of a theme to what I do – it’s all about growing businesses through online marketing and communication.

* Toggl is the desktop/mobile app I use to track my time, so I can keep track of my clients’ hours and bill everyone accurately. It’s invaluable. (I’m not an affiliate; it’s just a great tool.)

* Zapier is a great tool for integrating different software systems / apps – such as an elearning platform with your CRM system.

People are always asking me exactly what I do. People I meet at networking events; prospective clients; friends who knew me as an English teacher; puzzled family members who don’t know anything about sales funnels…

I always start with: “I help business owners join the dots to grow their businesses online”. But this doesn’t cover the detail – and when people are looking for help with something specific in their business, they want to know the detail.

So to help with the answer, I just took a look over my Toggl* report for the last 48 hours and jotted down the main items.

So to give you a better idea of what I do and how I might be able to help you, this is what I’ve done for my clients in the last week, in no particular order:

 

Created, edited and uploaded content for elearning courses

I’m currently involved with three elearning courses for different clients – one that I’m repurposing content for, and two that I’m editing and uploading. They’re all on different platforms, so I’m getting plenty of practise with Teachable, Thinkific and WordPress/Accessally.

 

Created a sales funnel

Everything from creating the lead magnet PDFs to linking everything together to automatically deliver the freebies and put leads and customers into email campaigns. I drafted the email copy based on idea outlines from the client.

 

Troubleshoot issues with CRM sales automation

Problems with a CRM set up lead to customers not getting their emails – so I was called in to diagnose and fix the problem. A little Zapier* magic worked like a charm.

 

Proofed and scheduled email newsletters

I do this for a few of my clients – proofread, edit, and schedule within their CRM/email marketing systems. It’s usually a weekly job, sometimes more frequent if there are other notifications and transactional emails to send too.

 

Drafted blog posts

Some clients want proofreading, others give me an outline – sometimes just a heading – and I draft the post for approval. I often source the featured image too.

 

Designed a WordPress website

I don’t accept website work all the time, but I enjoy it when I do. I use a WordPress template to create neat, easily modified sites for clients who are looking for something that’s affordable and that they can keep updated themselves afterwards.

Variety is one of the many reasons why I love my work (I’m never bored, and I get to learn new things every day). But there’s a bit of a theme to what I do – it’s all about growing businesses through online marketing and communication.

Toggl is the desktop/mobile app I use to track my time, so I can keep track of my clients’ hours and bill everyone accurately. It’s invaluable. (I’m not an affiliate; it’s just a great tool.)

Zapier is a great tool for integrating different software systems / apps – such as an elearning platform with your CRM system.

If you’re looking for someone professional, organised and experienced to help you with your business admin, ‘techie’ web-based tasks and/or written and visual communication, do get in touch. Your one-hour consultation (either over the phone, via video conferencing or in person if local) is completely free with no obligation. I’m looking forward to finding out about you and your business and showing you how I can help.

If you’re looking for someone professional, organised and experienced to help you with your business admin, ‘techie’ web-based tasks and/or written and visual communication, do get in touch. Your one-hour consultation (either over the phone, via video conferencing or in person if local) is completely free with no obligation. I’m looking forward to finding out about you and your business and showing you how I can help.