Freelance Writer, Editor & Marketing Consultant
About this pro
My contact with Heather was mostly regarding tradeshows at Interface. Heather consistently exceeded my expectations with her preparation, advice, information, marketing material, etc. In my time here, the shows done under Heather's guidance were the best done and most successful shows I have participated in. She also has a great knack for researching what other vendor, especially competitors are doing, so that we stay on top of our game and she also excels at networking with show organizers to enhance our access, booth placement, and also get inside information on future events.Aug 3, 2014
Ms. Tomlin has been an invaluable asset to the law firm. Her contributions to our marketing efforts have proven to be invaluable. I highly recommend her and plan to employ her services again in the future.Aug 3, 2014
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I price based on scope of project and am very reasonable and flexible. I value the opportunity to gain experience and build my portfolio greatly.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I founded and operated a small business from 2010 to 2013. I oversaw all aspects of branding, marketing, accounting, and sales. It afforded me the opportunity to build a brand from the ground up, and expanded my skill set to encompass utilizing social media in marketing. I actively became involved in blogging, building a Facebook page and using Twitter for my business, utilizing Google Analytics, and getting caught up on SEO standards. A divorce ended this venture, and I am eager to learn more about and further utilize social media and digital marketing.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?After graduating from Tulane with a BA in Communication, I was unsure about exactly what I wanted to do for a living. I decided I wanted to work within an industry about which I could be passionate. I have always loved books and have been an avid reader since childhood, so I decided I wanted to work in the book publishing industry. I took a secretarial temp job while I searched for any job I could get in this arena, and I was hired as a Publicist after three months of searching. My career expanded from Publicity to Public Relations, and ultimately Marketing as well.