Marketing Consulting Services
Winston Salem, Greensboro, and Charlotte
Tadpole ProgramFor businesses 1-5 years old who have been bootstrapping their marketing, but aren’t sure what to do next.
Treefrog ProgramFor businesses 5-10 years old and/or have done some marketing, but are frustrated at the lack of results thus far (or don’t know how to track them).
Bullfrog ProgramFor businesses 10+ years who are looking for someone to steadily manage their marketing without having to bring on a full-timer.
I started SpinFrogs with a mission to support the community. Through the promotion (and organization) of local events, business owners can meaningfully expand their networks and visibility. It’s been my honor to participate, and I hope to continue supporting local nonprofits as my ventures evolve.
Apart from other ways I contribute to these worthy organizations, I’ve also pledged for 2019 that for each new account I bring on I will donate $50 to the Winston Salem Ambassadors.
The video content I create is meant to serve two ends:
- Reinforce best practices to those I work directly with, as a refresher to things we’ve discussed or to augment those conversations.
- To be a resource for those who can’t work with me, whether because of location or budget.
The video content is guided by misconceptions in the industry, questions from the community, and lessons I’ve learned the hard way over the years. If you have questions you’d like me to address in future videos, get in touch with me!
Let’s Discuss The Best Path Toward Your Vision!
A Winston Salem Business Resource
While a lot of the online content I create is meant to serve anyone who needs it, the local work I do revolves entirely around enriching the Winston Salem areas of NC. As the Vice Chair of the Winston Salem Ambassadors and a part of the American Marketing Association of Charlotte, I stay plugged into what’s going on in the community.
I love the changes I’m seeing develop. Even though the construction in downtown Winston Salem has been a challenge for everyone, the end result will leave us a city much better prepared for new residents, new business, and a change in direction from its primarily tobacco heritage.