Do you wish you could feel less awkward
about marketing your freelance, solo or small business?


for small business owners, freelancers & soloists

Common Sense Marketing

for small business owners with big dreams

One of the downsides to being the head honcho of your own tiny empire, is that it’s not always easy to get straight answers to the curly questions that keep you up at night.

Like where you’re going to find more clients, how you can make them see that you’re the right person for the job and why someone hasn’t invented a self-cleaning house yet.

Stand out from the crowd

We all (yes all) find it hard to be objective about ourselves and our businesses and see ourselves as other people do.

If we did, we’d realise that the opportunities are not in how we price our services or create endless offers but in how we make our clients feel.

Just for the little guys

Not everyone is aiming for seven-figure glory and an insta-worthy life. Many of us just want to build a sustainable, profitable business on our own terms.

Terms that enable us to do meaningful work for people that we like spending time with.


That’s not too much to ask, is it?

No, it’s not too much to ask, and it’s the only way to build a business that makes sense.

I had come to a point in my business where I could see the big picture that I wanted to achieve, but couldn’t work out the marketing steps I needed to take. I discovered that Sandy specialised in marketing for small businesses, which was exactly what I was looking for. Sandy had some great marketing ideas and made it all look so simple. And not only did Sandy help me with my marketing, she was so much fun to work with as well!

Kate Bird

Personal Stylist, Colour Me Kate

Don't let another year slip by.

Say goodbye to the ickiness around promoting yourself and say hello to a more confident and successful future for your business.

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