Mailchimp is awful, it’s rubbish, it goes into spam, no one opens it… No, it’s probably just your content, the subject headings or – I will admit – their help pages are less than helpful. If you don’t want to learn another platform but know you need to speak to and nuture your audience then I can do it all for you.
Fed up of sitting at your kicthen table until midnight at year end, despite promising yourself you’d keep on top of your accounts? Let me take care of your smal business bookkeeping, wherever you are in the UK. And, don’t apologise for the state of it – the messier it is, the better I look when I get it into some sort of order.
I’ve been speaking since I was two but these days it’s a little more coherent. Whether your event is virtual or in person, I can inspire your audience with a variety of topics, inc; How to avoid famine as a freelancer with my 20% Rule and How to future proof your business should life get in the way. I’m here to inspire your audience.
Every week I spend time with people just like you to help them navigate their way through Mailchimp, to optimise it so it works for their business, set it up, suggest improvements (you know you don’t need double opt-in in the UK, right?). Whatever you need support with, with Mailchimp, I can help. One hour, you and me, via Zoom.
Buy My Book
How to be a Virtual Assistant is the award winning, bestseller that I wrote and self published in 2018. Its success has surpassed my wildest expectations, it’s even been Number 1 above Seth Godin and Simon Sinek in the Small Business Books category. It’s available worldwide on Amazon, Kindle and Audible.
My 20% Rule
No one client should take up more than 20% of your time, or your income. Have you heard freelancers talk about feast or famine? Do you go through the famine too often? I had the famine once and decided, never again, so created the 20% Rule. Let me help you work towards it by analysing your current business set up and giving you steps to work towards a secure business. Warning, excuses don’t wash with me.