• Social media marketing and building an online presence;
  • Storytelling to speak to your audience;
  • Social media strategy for your business.

Key Areas of Expertise
Marketing, content creation, social media, online marketing strategy, story telling, digital strategy, audience engagement.

Background

Ellen Rea started freelancing as a way to harness her passions for social media, marketing, storytelling, and content. She uses her knowledge to help other businesses grow and prosper online.

Having worked with various clients from international companies to the smallest of local businesses she adapts her knowledge and service to prioritise what is right for you and your business. Ellen delves into who you are as a business, what you do, who your target market is and what you want to gain from social media; then she can consult, plan and deliver strategies and content aimed at both showing off your business’s individuality and helping you grow online.

Ellen’s expert advice & offering covers:

  • Social media marketing;
  • Building an online presence;
  • Inbound marketing;
  • Using storytelling to market yourself;
  • Content creation (Videography & Photography for social).

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