Getting the right kind of publicity can SKYROCKET your business. Take a look at some of the amazing results my incredible clients have had after getting featured in the press…

Libby Parker, Registered Dietitian,

Libby was featured in two large regional papers, Shape Magazine, Women’s Health, The Diabetes Council, Thrive Global and Onstage Blog.

Kim Marshall, Author & founder Kiss Goodbye To Ana,

Kim had a double-page spread in the Daily Mail, leading to a further article in Woman magazine. She was also featured in Bella Magazine, Marie Claire, Huffington Post, The Mighty, BEAT, National Eating Disorders Association, Recovery Warriors and more. This led to more recognition, more book sales and more referrals.

Jessica Lorimer, Sales Coach,

Jess was featured in FORBES, Huffington Post, YSF, Elite Daily, Thrive Global, Business Rocks magazine, The Boss Girl Creative Podcast and more.

She doubled her Facebook group in just 48 hours, made $12,000 worth of sales and grew her community by 3000 highly targetted people in just a few short months

Harriette Hale, Business & Mindset Coach,

Harriette was featured on Huffington Post, Thrive Global, Evercoach, London Live TV, the cover of Business Rocks Magazine, and more.

Thanks to her publicity she raised her profile and had a five-figure launch

Hazel Butler,

Hazel was featured in local press, various writing blogs Huffington Post and the BBC.

She more than doubled her book sales, landed her own column and was filmed for a BBC3 documentary

Samantha Babington, Life Coach & Author

Samantha was featured in the Daily Mirror’s New Day

She doubled her email list, sold many more copies of her book and had many more referrals than usual

Kate Knowler, Nutritionist

Kate was featured in Huffington Post, Yahoo Style, Top Sante, Women’s Weekly

She raised her profile, increased her confidence and positioned herself as an expert

Jayne Hardy, Blurt Foundation

Jayne’s story was featured on the front cover of Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, The Metro, Stylist, and more.

Her story went viral and was published in international press and was even mentioned by celebrities. The Buzzfeed story alone had over 750k views, and the hashtag for her campaign had over 100k mentions on social media

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