When I waded into creating a business blog through Design Sherpa, it was with a bit of fear and trepidation. As a sole proprietor, I am often caught in the struggle of how to balance marketing efforts (which the blog is part of) with providing great design services to my clients. You have patiently guided me to provide you and your art department with just the input you needed to create a great looking, fun, and interesting blog. You’ve taken the time to get to know me well enough to search out subject matter to post about that really fits who I am (which is not at all generic!). And, most importantly, you have been not only a great teacher, but have inspired me to really take my blog to a whole new level to improve my marketing reach. In fact, I’m in the process of putting the finishing details on my first really comprehensive marketing plan, of which my blog will be the creative centerpiece. I have a schedule of blog post themes laid out for the year which tie into direct mail, e-mail blasts, advertisements, lectures and even product development. Thank you Natasha, and thank you DesignSherpa!
I feel very lucky to have been coupled with Jordan for this new venture. He has made it not only painless, as a digital dinosaur he has helped moved me forward in my understanding of the subject and of what is possible.
Denese Bottrell, over at the blog ThoughtfulContent.org, recently called DesignSherpa the best kept social media secret out there. We’re flattered, of course! “I called Keith Sauro, national sales director of Design Sherpa to ask a few questions, including how much it cost¦ I’m telling you, it is the best kept social media secret out there. With [...]
We at Design Build Team are thrilled with NCI’s Sherpa program! Sherpa has assigned us our own personal assistant who posts several things every week and has written pieces using photos and other articles we have sent her. Also, being able to post to the blog ourselves has been amazing as we, on our own, [...]
Everyone involved was so positive, creative, upbeat and professional and made the process a fun journey for TMS. I learned a lot and am excited about all the social media ‘”frontiers” still needing to be conquered. This NEVER could have happened without them and I am so glad that I made the absolutely right choice [...]