Testimonials

Expert knowledge in field, full of useful tips and advice.  Thank you for a great coaching session.  Highly recommended. Vicky Miller

Journalist

I’e been so busy with client work recently, that I’ve really let my social media accounts slip.  Not only that, but I haven’t been working on my own business.  Well that’s going to change starting today.  I had an absolutely fantastic call with Paula at Wild Roots Marketing this morning and I’m feeling really motivated again about everything!!  Can’t wait to get started on all of the things we spoke about!

Bhavini Lakhani

Graphic Designer, B81 Designs

I had a great meeting with Paula Goude of Wild Roots marketing – she really helped me build a marketing plan for my hypnotherapy for weight loss small group classes. My marketing was all a bit ad hoc for the last set of classes, but I have an 8 week plan and loads of guidance for this set thanks to Paula – she was efficient and also very very nice! I can highly recommend her. Victoria Wasinski

Clinical Hypnotherapist, Hoppen Hypnotherapy

Paula has helped me loads with my social media and is full of ideas and words of wisdom. Louise Worsley

Founder, Worsley Training

Paula is an inspirational professional with loads of practical advice, great insights and has the patience of a saint! Sara Moreton

Owner, Keep Cottage

I spend a lot of my time on the hills and rivers and without WiFi so it’s really hard to keep on top of the social media marketing needed to run the business.  After a few conversations we had a marketing strategy that went beyond just social media.  Paula now manages the whole process from planning to execution, meaning that I can do what I love best – help people to have adventures! Michael Goude

Owner, Mountain and River Leader, RockRiver Expeditions

Examples of PR achieved on behalf of clients

Worked with Red Bull to produce an article on behalf of RockRiver Expeditions, September 2018
Winning #SBS (Theo Paphitis Small Business Sunday award) for RockRiver Expeditions and gaining feature in the Pocklington Post, August 2017