Let’s get this out of the way, first: Yes, you need an email marketing plan.

Email communications are the #1 way to stay in touch with loyal patrons, raise funds and sell what you have to offer. The people on your email list have literally signed up to have their day interrupted by your (hopefully important & delightful) message.

Unlike, Facebook and Twitter and Instagram, you have full ownership of your email list. These are YOUR people. Talk to them!

Having worked for years with small business owners, creative entrepreneurs and arts organizations, we know there are times  you need to communicate with your audience but you just can’t find the minutes or muster up the energy.

And we feel passionately that you find a way to get that message out there.

That’s why, this year, we will do it for you for $55.


1. You must give us info at least 5 business days before the send date.

Nobody likes scrambling around last-minute deadlines, and that includes me and my team. We need this time so you can review our work and so we can deliver you the best possible product.

2. You must have a ready-made template for us to use.

If you don’t have an email template yet, you can tack on an extra $100 to have us create an easy-to-read, 1-column format email template inspired by your branding. Yours to use again and again.

3. One round of revisions per email, please.

Once we’ve made your email, we will send a test version to you for review. You’ll send us one round of necessary changes, and then we’ll schedule your campaign. Any further changes will delay your campaign and cost more $$.

Ready to go for it?

Fill out this form and submit payment below. We’ll take it from here!

I strategize, consult and manage digital marketing and communications for small businesses, creatives, artists and nonprofit organizations. I’m based in Brooklyn, because I have a thing for exposed brick, cozy, local coffee shops and the can’t stop, won’t stop energy of New York.

Because I work with small companies, I get the chance to really know my clients – what makes them tick and how and why they should stand out in a crowded marketplace. A lot of my clients have a smaller staff, a limited budget and are already stretched thin for time. This leads us to tailor marketing strategies and solutions to each company’s unique needs and actual capacity.

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