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Hi! I'm Sarah Moon!

Exciting updates! 💃🏻

Published 4 months ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader,

I'm super excited to share three updates I'm absolutely delighted about!

✨ Our Luminary Mastermind applications are now open! Natalie and I hosted a Facebook live about this, and will be sharing more in the coming weeks. Applications are rolling, so if you're excited by this concept, do apply ASAP. Get the details here and apply here.

🎧 I was recently interviewed on Rochelle Moulton's new podcast, Soloist Women. This is an absolutely awesome podcast that went immediately to my "must listen" list. My episode is ostensibly about SEO, but we cover a whole lot more. I hope you love it—and check the show notes for a special Soloist Women discount to our shop. Listen here.

📸 I'm teaching my last workshop of the year on November 8, all about leveraging imagery in the search engine. This is actually a "by popular request" offering and the first time I've taught this in a public setting. Yes, there will be a replay. Yes, we'll be adding transcripts and captions and a private podcast feed after the fact. Register here.

I appreciate you hanging in there with this quick info-dump—back to our regularly scheduled programming on Friday!

Talk soon,

Sarah

Hi! I'm Sarah Moon!

The status quo of modern marketing isn't designed for you and me.The hard truth is that most marketing strategies are designed for massive corporations, while small businesses, consultants, coaches, and other experts are left feeling that the advice they’re given just doesn’t fit—and they’re right. We have two choices: we can struggle to force our businesses into an ill-fitting mold, or we can reinvent a system that works for us and allows us to thrive. I don’t know about you, I prefer door number two. 💌 Reach our team at hello@smco.studio. 🌟 Ready to work together? https://sarahmoon.net/get-started

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