Have you heard the term “unicorn” used in the online business world?
This is usually used to describe someone who is good at many different things and ready to jump in and help solve any problem. Everyone wants to hire a unicorn!
In today’s episode of Leading Lady, I sat down with Emily Reagan, the ultimate unicorn! Emily saw a gap in the skills that aspiring digital marketers knew and the needs of business owners, and she made it her mission to help those future freelance unicorns learn the skills they need to know to become irresistible to clients.
Emily Reagan, mom of four, Air force wife, is a Digital Marketing Strategist and founder of the Unicorn Digital Marketing Assistant School. She has a background in journalism and electronic media.
Emily teaches digital marketing tech skills in her 6-week intense training program the Unicorn Digital Marketing Assistant which opens a few times a year. It covers the must-knows of online business: SEO, blogging & WordPress, email marketing, affiliate marketing, social media, and marketing strategies. She calls her course graduates “unicorn digital marketing assistants” because they have all the resourceful qualities, online insight, and implementation skills that online business owners are looking for. Aka that total magical package. Emily is very proud to say she still does the client work as a Fractional CMO (Chief Marketing Officer).
Emily's passion for what she does is so inspiring. Whether you’re looking for a new career as a unicorn digital marketer, or you’re thinking about hiring one for your business, you’ll find some amazing information in this episode.
Make sure to tune in!
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