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Do you ever find yourself:

a. Avoiding your own website

 

b. Leaving the room when people ask about blog posts

 

c. Fantasizing about what life would be like if you had a communications team

 

d. Realizing you haven’t communicated with clients since last June

 

If any of these apply to your business or non-profit organization, you’re not alone. Many companies lack a designated communications person or have marketing teams that are fully occupied with other projects. Find out how I can help to get your communications on track or supplement existing marketing and communications efforts.

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