When it comes to digital communication, you need a natural at understanding your audience, communicating ideas, and keeping up with communication trends – a born communicator.
I’m not exaggerating when I say I’m a “born” communicator
- In elementary school, my teachers complained that I talked to much.
- In high school, my teachers gave me good marks for classroom participation.
- In college, I majored in Communication Studies with a concentration in Sociolinguistics.
So really, it’s no surprise that I’ve spent my entire professional career helping a variety of companies communicate with many different types customers. And I really mean it when I say “variety of companies”. I’ve worked with social service organizations, private educational institutions, traditional software development companies, internet start-ups, financial services companies, and companies of all sizes.
Same with the types of customers. Major donors, small donors, software developers, small business owners, investors, financial advisors, software users, and more.
And I’ve worked in multiple types of media: print, web, social, mobile – and when the “next big thing” comes up, I’ll take the lead in understanding it and figuring out how to make it work for your company.
The digital experience is made up of the message, the audience, and the medium. I know how to make that experience excellent.