Are you tired of...
Posting to Instagram because “they” told you it would make your business “better”? What even is “better”!?
Googling "how to get customers from my website?" and still not getting more customers from your website?
Spending all day checking Facebook hoping for a lead to pop into your messages?
Showing up online can be difficult and confusing without a plan.
Using proven strategies that connect all of the puzzle pieces, I'll take the guesswork out of website creation and social media work.
At Lindsey Oaks Personal Branding, you have access to:
You didn't have to wonder if your website was converting customers?
You had a team player to advocate for you online, who represented you with integrity?
You didn't have to spend hours creating graphics for social media posts and checking on the posts multiple times a day?
Branding that inspires customers to stick with you has to be PERSONAL and MEMORABLE.
Helen Brew, Training at Laurel Farm
“Once she sees your vision, there's no stopping her. She sweeps in and organizes all the pieces, breaks everything down into manageable chunks, and coaches you every step of the way, enacting the plan you have come up with as a team."
Christine Grolmes, Organize You Happy
"As a small business owner, I was feeling “stuck” and didn’t know how to grow my business. She took away my worries by rebranding, redesigning my website, managing my social media, and more! Lindsey is trustworthy, smart, resourceful, and a great problem solver. She takes the time to get to know you, your business, and your goals. She genuinely cares about your success and will help in any way she can! I love working with Lindsey and I couldn’t be happier to have her on my team!
A horse-crazy kid from the beginning, I just knew that when I competed at the highest levels, showing everyone what a fantastic rider I was, my business would flourish.
You guessed it, I worked my way to the top, competing against the world's best, but my highly profitable business didn't just appear.
I was gutted. I had spent a decade honing my skills, going into debt. The belief that all I had to do was be the best at my job had carried me for so long. I almost quit the business.