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2015 Coaches and Consultants Guide: Ideas That Evoke

Stacey Soble | November 4, 2014 | 10:28 AM
Ideas That Evoke Owner Kelly Ehlers

Ideasthatevoke.com, and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram  |  480-296-9301  |  [email protected]  |  Owner: Kelly Ehlers

Ideas That Evoke creates, narrates, and manages brand experiences in the social space. We develop content that connects people to brands and evokes an emotional response in an organic way.

WHY WE’RE DIFFERENT: We pride ourselves on being a minute-by-minute extension of your team, constantly taking the pulse on the social scene. We’ve built a reputation on work that cuts through the clutter, positioning brands, salons and individual stylists at the forefront of social innovation.

HOW WE WORK: Collectively, we’re copywriters, editors, designers and beauty junkies. But above all else, we’re invested in the success of our clients, and it shows. We work with companies of all sizes, from Fortune 50 brands to multi-location salons, manufacturers, and individual stylists. We’re experts at uncovering your unique brand story, then connecting with your key audiences by cultivating conversations 24/7.

CATCH US AT: Teaching social media branding classes at the Wella World Studios in Los Angeles and New York and often at Professional Beauty Association events! Our president and founder is also a regular blogger and content contributor for Modern Salon, Salon Today and Levo League.

WORDS OF WISDOM: Are you…witty? Informative? Playful? Find your voice online, and stick to it. Who you are around your peers should reflect your personal brand online—from your followers to the people and brands that you follow. In the social world, what do YOU want to be known for? It’s an important question we encourage everyone to think through.

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