About Meagan and SMM info

Social Media Management

for the Pacific Northwest and travel industries


I love talking travel. And planning it. I’m also incredibly passionate about my home region, the Pacific Northwest. So I focus on managing social media for either travel or PNW-based small businesses (or both!).

Favorite place to visit repeatedly: Cannon Beach, Oregon

Favorite hotel: The Scots Hotel, Tiberias, Israel

Bucket list:Β Paris; Russia (St. Petersburg, Moscow, and Vladivostok); and Antarctica (here’s looking at you, Eight Below!).


Social Media Management

What’s so important about social media? Does it make a difference? YES.

The majority of your clientele use at least one social media platform, if not more. Meet them where they are. Convert those meetings into sales. And let me help you with that.

I offer three levels of SMM to meet your needs. Each starts with Facebook as a base, and adds on from there. Instagram is fantastic to showcase area events, pictures, and product, and Google+ is great for managing SEO and driving traffic to your website.Β Click the image above to learn more!

 

Want to see more? Review my portfolioΒ andΒ testimonials. Contact me to begin the collaboration!

29 Comments

  1. Thanks for visiting and following the Beagle Project! The recipes you are posting sound great. Do you have any recipes inspired by LOTR? Maybe some Samwise Rabbit Stew with tatters? Or something elvish – they must make some great food πŸ™‚

    1. Thanks very much, Rob!

      I haven’t created any LOTR-inspired recipes – yet!! That’s a great idea; can’t believe I never thought of it. I already have a few recipes that with some modifications would be excellent. πŸ™‚ Will post some soon! Thanks for the ideas!

  2. Hey, Curried Nut–thanks for the reblog πŸ™‚ Am glad to have found you as you’re totally the blog I’ve been looking for–food and literature AND wine. Doesn’t get any better than that. Appreciate the Like and follow. Will see you around for sure.

  3. I’d like to invite you to a #FreshBloggers party in Seattle, please will you reach out to me so I can send you the invite? Thank you, Coryanne (@CoryanneEttiene on Twitter)

  4. I am completely over the moon in love with Middle Earth myself, esp on the Aragon & Arwen angle of romance within the heart of the series; however, I haven’t yet had the pleasure of reading Middle Earth in novel form! πŸ™ I had wanted to attempt it prior to the motion pictures, but I decided that my itch to see the adaptations was greater than my ability to read the tome of what Tolkien left behind! Therefore, I eagerly headed off to the theater and was quite surprised to find how comfortable & how familiar Middle Earth felt to me! Now, I realise it was filmed in *New Zealand*, but there was simply something about that particular world that felt ‘known to me’ rather than unknown?! I didn’t watch the Hobbit editions in film, as I truly want to read all of Tolkien’s brilliance in the ‘order of Middle Earth’ which involves going in/out of the Histories of Middle Earth and through the series as it was published!

    How lovely to find someone else as giddy about this as I am! πŸ™‚

    Have you read the Histories!? And, other supporting stories!?

    1. I’m so glad to find another LOTR fan! πŸ™‚ You are going to absolutely love the books. Can’t wait to talk with you more as you read them!

      I’ve tried to read Silmarillion three times and haven’t made it all the way through. πŸ™ But, I have read Children of Hurin and bits and pieces of the Books of Lost Tales. I’ll have to move those up in my list of books to read! πŸ˜‰

  5. Hello!

    I first discovered your blog through Amber Stokes’ (my editor) blog a while back, and I’ve stopped by a couple of times. It’s lovely what you do here! You truly know how to celebrate life! What could be lovelier than food, wine and books? I really don’t know!

    Anyway, I stopped by to invite you to be a part of the blog tour for my debut book, an inspirational romance titled ‘To Die Once, (Child of Grace Series, Book #1)’, which runs from April 5th through May 21st, 2014. I would love to have you be a part of it, if you have the time. πŸ™‚ You can follow this link to read the book’s blurb (http://mautobeaperson.wordpress.com/to-die-once/). If you’re interested, please let me know, and I’ll send you a PDF copy of the e-ARC. Thank you for time! πŸ™‚

    ~ Miranda

    P.S. Sorry I contacted you like this. I searched for a more private way to reach you, but didn’t find any. You can remove this comment afterwards?

    1. Hi Miranda! Thank you so much for your comment and kind words! πŸ™‚

      Just wanted to check and see if you got the email I sent you yesterday. Hope so!!

      I’d love to participate in the blog tour. Looking forward to it, and let me know if I should resend my email. πŸ™‚ Thanks again!

  6. Hi Miss Curried πŸ˜‰ and thanks for visiting eve’s apple. This spring be sure to have some of those Pacific Northwest mushrooms for me! Lucky girl.

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  7. Hello –
    I looked for a way to email you, but couldn’t find an address. I enjoyed your IFBC write-up. I was about to post an entry regarding Karen & Andrew as well. I wanted to know if it would be alright to use your image of them, with propoer attribution: Karen and Andrew | IFBC 2014. Image (c) The Curried Nut, 2014. (or however you would like).

    Thank you! wholefoodsexplorer.com

    1. Hi there! I sent you an email as well, but just in case it’s easier here -yes, that’s perfectly fine to use my picture, and the attribution looks great! πŸ™‚ Thanks so much!

  8. I am so mesmerized by your writings. Do you have any plans for writing a book?
    I know you are a busy lady but I would love to meet you for coffee or tea just to chat. Just let me know.

    Blessings,
    Marylin Winkenweder

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