There is no business without communication – so whether you use it to automate your process, find new ways to reach your market or make your business more efficient –you need to be up to speed with today’s technology.
That’s where I can help, especially if you’ve been hesitant or even a bit computer phobic.
You see, the good news is that technology has never been easier to understand and I’m living proof that it’s never too late to learn.
If you stick with me, I can show you the how and why of your technology needs without complicated explanations.
I’m Lynette Chandler, and mixing technology and marketing was a hobby of mine long before I turned it into a successful work from home career. I’m all about ways to use technology to make products (like WordPress plugins) that work well for marketing purposes.
I didn’t start out with a computer focus; it was 1998 before I owned my first computer. In fact, I was out of high school and into my first job before I touched a computer for the first time. I worked as copywriter in an ad agency and even tried being a life guard at a theme park, before discovering the power of mixing technology with marketing in my role as Marketing Executive. The years in that role had me working closely with the IT department. Brainstorming strategies on applying technologies to the sales and marketing process became the fire that still drives my online business today.
I can proudly say that while I don’t invent technology, when it comes to sniffing out which technologies to use for a marketing process, finding out how to leverage certain technologies for marketing – I shine.
And I’d love to have the opportunity to polish up your technology to help you build a business you can be proud of too.
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