Although interesting things happen daily in our businesses, we don’t always have the time or skills to share the stories that make our work so special.
Sharing regular stories, or advice, with your customers via your website, social media, or e-news letters is a great way to build relationships, spread the word about what you do, and grow your business.
Or you may simply have a story to share.
Time to share your stories with the world? Charlotte Squire can help.
Charlotte Squire has twenty years experience interviewing, researching and writing as a journalist, author, website content writer, blogger, and even a songwriter.
She is passionate about sharing inspiring stories, and helping people and organisations strengthen relationships with positive communication.
Charlotte has written thousands of stories for both online and print media. She has worked for daily, weekly and monthly newspapers and magazines. One year she wrote a blog per day for 365 days straight for her website happyzine.co.nz. In 2016 she completed her first fictional novel, about Waikoropupu Springs, called The Springs.
“Successful projects are based upon positive, clear, honest communication – this underpins everything.” Charlotte.
Charlotte would love to share your story with the world. She offers you support with:
* Blogging and articles
* Social media
* Press releases
* Memoirs and oral histories
* Pitching your story to the media so they listen
* Journalism photography
* PR and Launches
* Event organisation and stage management
* Social media – Facebook and Twitter
“What’s the secret to telling a good story? KISS – Keep It Simple, Sweetheart.” Charlotte.
Some of Charlotte’s favourite stories:
Award winning growing herbal tea business has tiny carbon footprint – Climate love, December 2017
When Emma Heke came home from a film-making trip around New Zealand with her son Connor, she set herself the challenge to create a business from her south facing, terraced property in Nelson.
Ten lessons I learned living in a Tiny House – This NZ Life, 2017
Golden Bay writer Charlotte Squire learned a lot about life in downsizing her family into a 27sqm home
Planning proceeds for new cycle route – GB Weekly, March 2017
A Golden Bay shared cycle and walkway could soon become reality …
The Rainbow Connection – The Press, November 2014
The Rainbow Valley Community has just marked its anniversary. Charlotte Squire talks to its residents about its past and its future.
Love transcends language barrier – Nelson Mail, April 2014
Love bloomed in a Mongolian desert for a Golden Bay woman. Now she and her husband are creating a new life in New Zealand. Charlotte Squire reports.
All it takes is a paddock – Nelson Mail, October 2012
Claire Webster doesn’t buy onions. In fact, the last time she bought an onion, or a carrot, beetroot, garlic, potato, or any other vegetable, was about five years ago.
Want to know more? Call Charlotte 027 525 7455
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org