Marketing. In theory, we market ourselves everyday, whether we know it our not. Simply put, marketing is an exchange: you offer something to someone, and they offer you something else in return. On the professional level, you and your company offers a good or service, and the customer offers payment in return. On a personal level, you offer your personality, and the other person offers you their time (that is, in some form of companionship).
Strangely enough, you may not always know how to market yourself. For instance, if you are an up and coming organization, you may not know how to promote yourself to increase your membership. Or, maybe you’re looking to start a business and you want to know who your customers are. In either case, you may have realized since elementary school that English and grammar are not your strong suits. So you may find yourself going to some large, highly corporate marketing firm and paying more than you need to, just for the most basic services. Maybe if you’re on an extremely strict budget, you may find a publicist who may know how to write you a news release and contact media outlets, but probably won’t offer you much of anything else. So who can you turn to with your marketing and public relations needs when you want the professionalism of a large firm, but want the personal interaction and cost of a freelancer?
His name: Cedric Brown. His mission: to promote and market your small business or community organization using his skills and his drive to effectively serve others. He utilizes his leadership, networking, and communication skills in order to create the best possible image for you. He is truly invested in the success of your organization, for he believes that your success is also his success. He’s delivers his services with consistency, attention to detail, and honesty; because he expects nothing less when working with others. So when you need marketing with a personal touch, you need Cedric Brown. He’s more than a publicist; he’s a marketing communications artist.