Hello, my name is Patty Welch and I am your Ads Manager.
You're running a business and you have a long to-do list. Allow me to free up your time by putting an advertising & marketing plan together that organizes your social media ads and drives more business to your contact page. My goal as your ads manager is to attract potential customers to your services. Facebook ads and Pinterest posts are an excellent way to get couples and decision-makers to view your website.
A prospective client has found your website...
Want them to stick around? You have three seconds.
Make it count with expert copywriting.
Book now to schedule a free 30-minute chat to discuss a plan of action. Once you book a call in the calendar below, a questionnaire page will open. The questionnaire has to be filled out before our meeting. This will allow me to review and prepare prior to our call. We'll dig deep into your business and what you'd like to achieve.
Here is a list of services that we provide.
Full Campaign - Create and manage digital ads, build funnels that convert, lead magnet, e-mail sequence, and marketing blueprint.
We also provide copywriting for your website and blogs. Package examples are below.
1 blog post per month for your site & 1 social media update, create 2 pins for Pinterest
2 blog posts per month for your site & 1 social media update, create 4 pins for Pinterest
3 blog posts per month for your site & 1 social media update, 4 pins on Pinterest
6 blogs + 6 pins on Pinterest, 1 Social media post
Social Media ads and posts
Custom packages and bundles are available.
Mr & Mrs. Welch
A little more about me; I was born and raised in Southern California and moved to Texas after high school. I received my bachelor's degree from Texas State University in San Marcos, TX with a major in foreign language and a minor in commercial art. I live in a town south of Fort Worth. We have 4 children, 2 dogs, and 1 cat. The dogs are friendly, the cat bites.
"If I had a flower for every time I thought of you... I could walk through my garden forever."
by Alfred Tennyson