Who am I?
With over 15 years' experience in digital marketing, I understand that small businesses don't always have the time or skills to promote their business in-house.
During my career I've worked with household names, entrepreneurs and small business across Northumberland and Tyne & Wear. In the early days of social media, I built up an ecommerce brand which I sold in 2016. Following this I worked in marketing for the National Trust and, more recently, I've worked as a trainer for the Google Digital Garage both in person and now, since lockdown, via live stream webinars.
Now I work freelance helping organisations to grow their online presence and individuals get started with digital marketing. Having previously run my own business, I understand the need to make every penny and every minute count and can advise how to use digital marketing channels to promote your brand without it costing the earth.
I'm a story teller, a relationship builder, inspirational trainer and a strategist with a love of the North East of England and a great understanding of the local market, all of which make me ideally positioned to help your North East business reach and engage your local customers online.
But, what's a singing hinny?
Ah, so you're not from round these parts?
Singing hinnies are a scone-like, griddle cake traditionally made in Northumberland. Hinny is a term of endearment (a Northumbrian pronunciation of 'honey') and the singing refers to the sizzle the lard makes when it hits the hot griddle pan.