Brand Ambassador Coordinator
Thanks for checking me out.
I'm Ally, a voracious writer, self-starter, copy editor, and content creator. For the past four years, I've used these skills to run allylayton.com—a freelance email marketing and content strategy firm for small business owners.
Now I'd like to use these skills to help Remote Year -- HERE
Read more below, and please let me know if you have any questions.
Well, here's the path that brought me to you.
1. Studied English
Let's start off on the right foot, you know? I graduated with a degree in English and Writing from Portland State University.
2. Worked for too many law offices
Working for lawyers was single-handedly some of the best training I could have asked for with the work I'm doing now.
I closed that chapter as a better communicator and writer, with a more-than-keen eye for detail.
This time was also imperative for helping me see that I do my best work when pushed and challenged. I strived for a place to be innovative, to test new ideas, implement what I was learning, and get out of my comfort zone.
So, I left for the wild unknown and....
3. Started freelancing with allylayton.com
The mission of my business is to build meaningful relationships through content marketing; which means I put relationships before sales, a lot. I wholeheartedly believe that marketing strategies with a focus on customers, instead of bottom lines, will thrive. And I bring this philosophy to every email campaign I write, and every client conversation I have.
A regular project for me includes:
- Remotely meeting with clients to understand expectations for their next email campaign and goals for their businesses moving forward.
- Outlining and writing promotional content for their sales funnel or email course, while adhering to brand voice and tone.
- Using data collected throughout the duration of the funnel to adapt upcoming content to be more successful.
I love my business, but I also love collaborating with other people. I have been daydreaming of working as part of a small team. Until...
4. Finding Remote Year on WeWorkRemotely
Honestly, I am a great fit for Remote Year's Brand Ambassador Coordinator position.
Throughout my career, I've made it a point to have education and writing as the cornerstone of my work. Whether it's writing email courses, developing software manuals for co-workers, or leading email marketing workshops—I love developing solution-based materials as often as I can.
Working for myself over the last three years has also taught me the value of creating error-free content, and I pride myself on having built up my client base solely on the quality of my work, and my ability to bring creative solutions to every project.
Now that I've begun looking into new industries, it's essential that these passions and skills stay front and center in my work, and I can clearly see how seamlessly they'd transfer to NoRedInk.
I would love to take what I know about content creation and editing, to become a member of your "dedicated and talented team moving through uncharted teaching territory," and help people all over the world come better, more confident writers.
Let's chat and see how I could get involved with Remote Year!
True or False:
I went on 28 flights in 2017, spanning 3 continents, 8 countries, and 12 states WHILE running my remote buisness?
**Totally TRUE, my friends.