Testimonials from Happy Clients
“When I first met Lorna we had been floundering around for several months trying, in vain, to understand and use social media for our new online business. We didn’t even know what we didn’t know! Now thanks to Lorna, we are no longer in the wilderness! We are much more confident and have the essential knowledge and tools we need…and the on-going support from the extensive resources on the Write on Track website. I found Lorna to be an excellent teacher, mainly due to her particular combination of calmness, supportiveness, knowledge and experience. Also, because she’s been through the process of setting up an online business herself, she was able to empathise accurately with our anxieties, problems and aspirations. If we had persevered trying to work it out ourselves it would have taken us years (if ever) to get to the point that Lorna has brought us to in a short period of time. So I would urge anyone in a similar position to us…pick up the phone…you’ll be so glad that you did! Sue Corbett, Quirkistuff
“Marie has written a number of Health related articles for me at ‘De-Stress 4 Life’ Magazine. Marie has an amazing ability to put her in-depth and personal knowledge into writing to make it easy to understand for all. Topics are always chosen in line with my publishing calendar and Marie has detailed knowledge in the topics that are published, along with her own personal experience added making her articles most popular. I am personally thrilled to have someone as qualified and knowledgeable as Marie as one of my expert contributors and I can’t recommend her enough.” Catherine A Connors, Editor De-Stress 4 Life
“Lorna has worked on the Wandesforde National School website over the past 2 years. During this time, she worked on the design of the website, to ensure it promoted the school in a positive way as well as making sure the navigation on the website was suitable for school, staff, pupils and the visitors to the site. Lorna was approachable and extremely helpful to us at all times. As well as regularly contributing to and writing blog posts, Lorna provided staff with the training necessary to help website optimisation. We really appreciate her advice, expertise and guidance over the past few years.” Susan Dennehy, Principal,Wandesforde National School, Castlecomer.
“As a blogger myself, I can’t use enough superlatives in describing Marie’s position as Editor of the blog Journeying Beyond Breast Cancer. She provides a wealth of creative services to her readers, from giveaway contests, to meat-free Mondays, to Poetry Fridays, to Roundup Fridays where she lists all the blogs she considers the most important for that week. I give her the highest recommendation possible.” Jan Hasak, janhasak.com
“I met Lorna when she attended one of my FETAC Level 6 Business Development Programmes. I was so impressed with her level of understanding of internet marketing and PR that I invited her as guest speaker when I ran the programme again. Lorna ‘walks the talk’ so therefore was able to provide excellent examples of how she had built up her brand using internet marketing and PR. The participants were very impressed with her knowledge and practical approach to building her business using these powerful marketing mediums. I always quote Lorna as an example in my marketing programmes of a business owner who is an expert in PR and very skillful at using online media to engage with her customers. On a personal note, she is great to work as she is passionate about her subject matter and is also extremely generous in sharing her expertise to help small businesses succeed. Bernie Tracey, Beacon Coaching
Lorna Sixsmith has been a columnist with My Waterford Magazine since 2009 and her work is as good as any journalist out there. She is prompt, easy to work with and her attention to detail is second to none. Her work needs no editing and has been very well received by My Waterford readers. She works on her own initiative and is excellent at working to a deadline. We look forward to continuing our working relationship with Lorna, as it would be hard to find a contributor as meticulous and professional. Lynda Murphy, Editor of My Waterford
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