Need help giving your social media presence a boost?
I’m here to help! As your social media coordinator I will work with you to build content that fits your brand and keep your social media accounts active while you do the hard work of running your business!
With an eye for design and a degree in English, I can create the kinds of posts that you need. I have a proven track record for creating growth on my clients’ social media outlets of choice, and can do the same for you!
Social Media Packages include anything from a single platform (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) to a full program built just for you. We’ll work together to determine the platform or mix of platforms that best suit your brand.
If you’re interested in hiring me to be a blogger at your special event or festival, contact me and we’ll talk about arranging a trade.
Some of My Work:
For the past three years, I have covered the Ozark Mountain Music Festival on my blog and assisted them with their social media accounts during and around the time of the festival.
“We love our blogger Paige Goodman Wolven! She has been a wonderful addition to our Ozark Mountain Music Festival as a blogger for the past 3 years! She is always present and enthusiastic about being apart of our event. Paige has always dressed the part and been professional while fitting right in as a festival goer adding to the numbers on the dance floor. Her pictures and more importantly reviews are fun and exciting, making me want to return for more festival fun every year. She is current in her post throughout the weekend and very supportive of each band that takes the stage. We are lucky to have her as our connected blogger!”
-Mary Howze, Activities Coordinator at the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa
“Paige took care of our Facebook page for two years. She did a great job. She was very creative and helped us a lot. Our, “likes” jumped from approximately 5,000 to over 17,000.”
– Susan Page, Looking Beyond Inc.
-Debbie Arnold, Dining with Debbie and Food Editor and Co-Admin of Arkansas Women Bloggers