Well, this week has been relatively easy. I don’t see why Kelsey is always complaining about how much work she has to do. Although I wasn’t thrilled about taking over her blog, at least I can use it as a promotional platform for our new business.
I know I don’t normally show much emotion, but I am ALMOST excited about getting our agency up and running.
I have somehow decided to keep working with the crew of Noir Not the Father, but we have transitioned into a new Agency, No Stain No Problem. Our lovely carpet cleaning business will not only help clean up messes but cover up the events leading up to those accidents.
I have spent all week publicizing our business and getting it out there to the public. If you have any questions are concerns here is my business card.
Although, because we are such a versatile business, I felt the need to put out a disclaimer warning that we are not responsible for anything that happens after we have cleaned up your life.
To give you a better idea of what my job entails within the agency, and what kind of services we will be offering, I created a pinterest page to promote our skills.
But just in case you aren’t a “pin” enthusiast, I did create a e-mail to be sent out, informing EVERYONE that No Stain No Problem is making it’s grand debut.
From here on, I will cease talking about NSNP. We will be making our presence known as the week goes on.
Once again, I was required to do these ridiculous daily creates. They were…fun, I guess. I have just accepted that they need to get done no matter how irritating I find them.
Additionally, I am attempting to get the Noir106 community to like me, so that I can get close to them and learn all of their secrets by commenting nice, positive things on their creations. I also need to check out the competition for our agency. Some say actions speak louder than words, but as a publicist, I know that one bad rumor can take down a whole group of people.
Dr. Stella Vaughn