CLIENTS + CONTRIBUTIONS

Currently while managing my social blog, RaleighWhatsUp, I am also helping out local businesses balance their own social media such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. I have helped several clients get their website designed and built or updated them from an existing website. I have helped many small business owners understand social tools such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and taught them how to successfully manage and use their own social media effectively. I have helped many startups work on front end design, helping them to better suit the needs of their customers who are interacting with their applications or websites.

Please feel free to email me at chana@raleighwhatsup.com if you would like to discuss how we can work together to set up your social media accounts and use your social media with results. If you are in need of a new website design or update, I can help you decide on a new design and implement it. I am also happy to consult about general questions regarding social media techniques, website, social planning, etc.

COLLABORATION
Currently I am very excited to join the new team of talented local experts in their craft to form a collaborative team Tabletop Media Group. I was thrilled to create the TTMG website and will be helping with client website development. Exciting things to come!

CLIENTS
A Place at the Table - non-profit new website
Feed the Dialogue NC - updated, new site
Levridge Beverage - new website

Clean Office - new website
Sunburst Chef & Farmer - new website
RDUMFA - new website
Tabletop Media Group - new website
Bottle Revolution (All 3 locations) - new website
BottleMixx - new website
Sweet South Cupcakes -new website
Sola Coffee Cafe - new website & social media
Booth Amphitheatre - manage website
Hart Miles, Lawyer - new website
A Plus Test Prep - social media
Leveridge Wellness - new website
ABC Billing Solutions - new website
Saks Fifth Ave Raleigh/Palm Beach - Facebook/Instagram
Realty Advisors NC - website
The Lambeth Company - website
A2Z College Planning - social media
Cameron Village Partnership - blog partnership + Instagram

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