Carrie Harman


Introducing Carrie Harman Creative

July 26, 2021

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Good Bye from Red Feet Video!
Hello from Carrie Harman Creative!

July 2021 sees me rebranding from Red Feet Video to Carrie Harman Creative

This new brand is going to support me to better serve the local clients that I WANT to work with, offer more services that better align with their needs and take full advantage of my creative skillset.

Communicate. Resonate. Captivate.
I use a blend of visual and written storytelling to help you to attract your dream customers.

Whether it’s a visual Facebook facelift you’re after, some captivating copy for a press release, or a full blown brand video, I can help!

I love working with local businesses to boost their profile, get them noticed and share their stories. Stories are a great way of attracting and resonating with your customers and EVERY business has stories to tell.

Now based in Waiuku, my main focus will be on supporting local Franklin businesses. But this doesn’t mean I can’t and won’t work with businesses in other locations, as a lot of what I do I do remotely, plus I still plan on throwing the odd business road trip into the mix.

For my current clients, the only changes you will notice will be the name, communication coming from new email addresses, plus an increase in the services I can offer to you. The same values still make up the foundation of my business, and you will still get the same Carrie service – the same great quality and the same support.

I invite you all to watch this space as my rebrand evolves!

And if you just can’t wait and want more info NOW on any of the services I will be offering, feel free to get in touch directly. It’s going to take me a while to get everything up-to-date across all the various platforms.

Hope all is going well for you and your business,

Take care,

Key takeaways:

  • As a small business you DON’T need to be everywhere. Do 1-2 relevant social media platforms well.
  • Be where your target market is and where you have the skills/confidence/capacity to be.
  • If your preferred platforms and your target markets preferred platforms don’t align, upskill, get help or outsource.
  • Have a master content plan and tweak it to be relevant/most appropriate for each platform you are on. You don’t have to create new content for each platform!

Next steps…

Show up, be consistent and put your effort into the social media platforms you have chosen for 3 months, then analyse, reflect and reassess.

If you need a hand knowing what to post about, putting together a content plan, or are interested in having content created for you, check out the services I offer, or get in touch for a chat.

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