Clients of Small & Mighty run the gamut of industries: matchmaking, real estate development, alternative health care, fitness, interior design, psychology…
But, they have three things in common:
- They are solo entrepreneurs
- They want to expand their business and get the word out to their target market
- They don’t have time (or the expertise) to do the social media marketing themselves
I treat each client individually and recommend solutions appropriate to their goals and target market (not *one* of my inbound content pieces is the same for any of my clients).
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Current and Previous Clients
Shelley can do everything. After a brief conversation about my needs, she was able to translate what I didn’t even know I wanted for my business into a seamless website with exactly the right content. She knows how to create a buzz around your business through blogging and social media, and she keeps track of the big picture while moving forward with every small detail of creating a brand and online presence. I could not have done this without her!
Honolulu Personal Trainer came to me with familiar small business challenges: Needing a consistent method for communicating with current clients, not having enough time to blog (an important piece in creating great inbound content) as well as needing an updated website. A small fitness company in Hawaii, Honolulu Personal Trainer is the baby of owner/personal trainer, Amy Forsyth. Started in 2010, HPT specializes in personal training for men and women as well as early morning Women Specific Boot Camps. Her
Shelley has expanded my business and increased my visibility in such a way that when I doubled my available hours, the transition was seamless with no perceptible drop in appointments and instead a marked increase in traffic. And that’s with only implementing a portion of the digital strategy she designed for me. She does amazing work and I’m so grateful for her help.-James Girard, James Girard Bodyworks
The Block at 803 is a new affordable housing development in Kaka’ako What started out as Franco Mola of Coastal Rim Properties asking me to develop a social media campaign for 803 Waimanu, a new condo in Kaka’akao, became me suddenly designing the website for one of the most anticipated buildings in the Kaka’ako neighborhood.
Dr. Tamura had a successful psychology practice, but was struggling with “the next step.”
iSweat Kauai is a small fitness studio on the north shore of Kauai, specializing in functional fitness, small HIIT group classes and personal training.
Coastal Rim Properties needed a website redesign. The content was solid, but they needed an updated look, responsiveness and an easier, more user-friendly way to maintain the site.
EM Redesign approached me with a very specific need: To better understand the brand of their newest client. As the interior designers for the new corporate housing development, Anthea at The Granite, EM Redesign needed clarity on the who, what, when, why, and how that this new development would be.
James Girard Bodyworks is the new incarnation of James Girard Massage. As a new small business owner, James was doing what he did best: giving the best massages in San Francisco’s Duboce Triangle (as far as *I’m* concerned). He needed help with his business goals, including creating a new online presence, communicating with existing clients and building up his practice.