Content marketing for B2B and B2C brands that want to get more website traffic, higher search engine rankings, and more sales.
Tacoma, WA, January 13, 2018 — Alexia P. Bullard, a content marketer from Tacoma who is focused specifically in the ever-growing cannabis industry, has launched her new website, a platform for the offering of content creation and marketing for cannabis brands – B2B and B2C.
Bullard said in a statement, “My mission is to help end the stigma surrounding cannabis use by casting it in a normalized, positive light. Cannabis has been presented with negative connotation over the years, and I think it’s high time that ends. To that end, I am focused on providing high-quality, audience-focused content to cannabis businesses everywhere.”
“Not only am I creating content for my clients, but I also upload the content and manage their blogs and websites on a monthly basis to ensure my client gets the results we discussed,” Bullard said. “There are a lot of freelancers out there, but my clients benefit from me having my onboarding process smooth and quick, so I can immediately start providing compliant content that fits their brand and target audience, thus ensuring that it will yield success and make both website visitors and industry regulators happy.”
Alexia P. Bullard is an overly caffeinated content marketer (Tacoma Business Writer) who also runs the Instagram page Booklexia, a social media profile dedicated to cannabis, coffee, and content marketing. It’s a social media platform specifically created for the cannabis industry – her specialization. In addition to creating B2C cannabis content, Bullard also creates B2B cannabis content.
Alexia P. Bullard is passionate about helping cannabis retailers and producers grow their brand, get more website traffic, and gain more customers. This is why she offers brand-exclusive content that provides cannabis retailers and producers a way to engage with their audience, position their brand as a resource, and increase brand awareness so they can meet their sales, staff, marketing, and regulatory standards needs. With those met, they are able to focus on educating their local population on marijuana use, benefits, and misconceptions.
Alexia P. Bullard
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