JENNIFER ANDERSON

DESIGNER. CODER. MARKETER

I've been in this business of digital marketing for over 20 years! It started with one single HTML class as I was studying Management Information Systems. As soon as I published my first website with blinking Christmas lights, I was hooked!

I have 5 kids (yes, really) and wanted to stay home with them, but never quite gave up my passion for entrepreneurship. I built and re-built my business several times over those years as we prioritized.

Then one day I found myself divorced and homeless, living in a van parked wherever I could get away with it. I had to rebuild my business building websites by sitting outside the McDonalds, trying to use their free wifi.

That same drive and passion that saw me through those harrowing months are what keep me moving forward in helping others who need to make this work. They aren't "playing" entrepreneur. There is no Plan B. Those are my people.

 

Things I love about my work:

  • Defining each step
  • Perfecting someone's vision and bringing it to life is so satisfying and amazing.
  • Solving all the problems that should take down a project is my very favorite part.
  • Finding the best cost solutions that are sustainable and fit nearly perfectly is the challenge that sets me apart.
  • Learning new skills and industry insight keeps everything fresh.

Essentially, I partner with superheroes, and sometimes superheroes-in-training, to create online systems.

That includes:

  • web sites
  • courses
  • sales funnels
  • email campaigns
  • landing pages
  • social media ads
  • content
  • and more

 

My Design Philosophy:

My design philosophy can be summed up in this: Simple is sophisticated. Simple is not easy to accomplish! Design's job is to get out of the user's way.

I tend to stick with WordPress because it works for most cases, and is easy for my clients to learn and manage.

I favor either Clickfunnels, Kajabi and Kartra for lead gen and course platforms.

I believe in finding the BEST COST solutions - that means I do due diligence and get creative to find solutions that meet your requirements AND your budget.

I think LONG-TERM - how is this going to continue to be effective long after the immediate need is fulfilled. Is it manageable given the probable outcome? Who will run it? What is it's life-expectancy?

I don't want you to waste your TIME OR MONEY either now or in the future.

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Mission Statement:

I am on a mission to rescue people from overwhelm, from stress, from the limiting belief that they cannot succeed in THEIR mission, from feeling lost and trapped and hopeless, from feeling they are alone.

The enemies I fight are past disappointments, information overload, fakes, bullies, lack of integrity, and limiting mind-sets

My Immediate Goals:

Build a solid reputation for excellence in my field.

Help 2000 people create their online presence with success next year.

 

What I'm Into:

My boxer, Bentley

Star Wars nerdom

The Office

Music Ministry

Annoying my kids

Primitive Backpacking

Pretending to get fit

Avoiding traffic

Seeing how far I can cross that line