Amanda Jesnoewski is the owner of Velocity Media and Communications, and a highly experienced copywriter, marketing strategist, publicist, freelance journalist and blogger.
Trained as a journalist with over 10 years’ experience in marketing and public relations, Amanda has become known for her ability to rapidly understand a business and create sharp, succinct, persuasive messages that engage readers and generate results.
Throughout her career she has generated both national and international media coverage for her clients and helped countless businesses create strategic, targeted marketing messages to build their brand, further their influence and increase their sales.
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"I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination" - Jimmy Dean.
Marketing your business without defining your target market is like driving blindfolded. You might get lucky and coast along for a while, though chances are you won’t get very far.
Of the many ways to increase profitability in your business, giving your customers an experience they’ll never forget is a highly effective one.
When your social media pages are going gangbusters, how do you stay on top of all the extra work they create? Here are five tips to help you with your social media management.
In business it pays to be different, but when you’re selling the same products or services as everyone else in your industry, it can be hard to find a way to differentiate yourself that doesn’t include competing on price.
As a micro business owner, finding the time and sometimes the budget to market your business can be a struggle. Here are five low-cost small business marketing ideas that have maximum impact.
Professionalism is crucial in business, but for parents who are working from home, maintaining professionalism can be a bit of a challenge.
Working at home with kids is great, though actually getting any work done when you have boisterous toddlers and energetic pre-schoolers around can be a challenge, and sometimes just downright impossible.
Business can be stressful and crazy at the best of times but add babies, toddlers and kids and it can be utter chaos. So how do you service clients, meet deadlines and stay sane as you balance family and business?