Jan 24, 2022

How to Simplify Your Marketing


I'm a brand strategist that loves helping people clarify their message so they can stand out in their space. I'm on a mission to help business owners simplify what they do and build connection with their clients.


Kane is our Co-Founder and Art Director who loves the psychology of branding. He's passionate about creating timeless visual systems that anyone can use.

It’s never been easier to start promoting yourself online. The hard part is knowing where to focus your attention and what to say to make your message cut through and stick in people’s minds. All of us have limited time, resources and money. So, we need to allocate it to the tasks that are going to help us hit our business goals.

But too often people’s marketing strategies involve a cycle of consuming other people’s content, copying what they are doing and giving up when it doesn’t work immediately. 

If you’re feeling like you can’t keep up with the content monster, if you’re struggling to be everywhere, or if you just want to simplify your marketing approach, today’s episode is for you.

You don’t want to miss:

  • Why having brand clarity will help you decide where to focus your marketing and separate opportunities from distractions
  • The three components of any good brand strategy and how you can start using them to be more intentional with your marketing

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