Angie has also perfected the art of creating digital graphics that are great for any website, e-blast or social memes for all of your needs. She can create graphics from your written works or customize any message and understands the sizes needed for social sites.
Media Producer, Writer, Social Media Consultant
Angie's Photoshop skills have put her in the perfect position to help out with a variety of print projects for groups like Humanity's Team and The Ford Institute as well as for more well-known folks. Angie will make your custom mailers or handouts look their best!
God's Clue is Angie's first book, written after having a true experience of explaining the passing of a family pet to her small children. After experiencing the events described in the book, Angie reached out to friend and illustrator, Lori Cartwright, for a magical collaboration.
Angie is currently working on a fictional novel but only because the story won't leave her alone and the only way to find relief is to write about it so she knows how the story ends.
Angie has written for a variety of blog sites over the years such as VividLife and Humanity's Team Voices of Oneness. You can see all of her most recent meanderings on her Facebook page where she shares links to her blogs, or you can visit them directly by following the links below:
Memes are by far the communication method of choice by anyone using social media. It is an interesting way to draw attention to a very short message, and if that message is powerful, the Meme becomes viral. The more viral your Meme, the more people see who published the Meme. This works great when your Memes are centered around a central message or theme.
Angie started one such theme called #SoulcialMedia which has one purpose, to infuse a little more soul into our online interactions. Angie is great at these short, yet powerful messages and even better at infusing them into Memes.
Angie has been using social media sites since she quit working at a local video production company and started LileStyle Productions, in 2005. Starting off with MySpace, Angie quickly saw how powerful creating online relationships could be. Suddenly the entire world was opening up to her and ideas began to flourish.
Facebook soon became the most used social media network and Angie found herself deep in the middle of learning the ins and outs. She wanted to infuse her video production skills into this emerging market and began selling herself as an all-in-one social media video producer.
After producing several videos for various clients and using social media to promote them, Angie began investing in social media seminars. She traveled from her family on several occasions to learn from great notable social media gurus like Guy Kowasaki and Seth Godin. It was fun learning how Southwest Airlines came up with promotions and how Zappos would surprise facebook fans with free pizzas.
Each time she attended a seminar, she would come back and fine tune her social media strategies and over time she grew her client list to include several high-profile clients as well as several local clients. In every case she threw all of her knowledge into her clients to make the best of all of their networks.
Working with several clients from several walks of life has lead Angie to learn how different strategies may work great for some, but not for others. She has also learned how to use Facebook Ads and has been responsible for some very high-dollar ad campaign budgets. Angie continues to expand her knowledge base, testing theories, blogging about her results, making how-to-videos and even provides her clients with high-detail video reports each week. It will be fun to see what Angie is working on 10 years from now!