Hannah Moyer

Hannah is a copywriter and marketer helping businesses tell their story in Nashville and beyond, and is co-host of The Year One Podcast @hjmoyer on Twitter!

Using Unconventional Networking to Grow Your Agency

Networking is often an afterthought in business, and it’s understandable. To many networking means awkward conversations, but it can be so much more. If you want to continue to grow as a creative agency, you need to be networking, period.

How to prepare your agency team for success before a vacation

As a project manager, it can be hard to truly disconnect during a vacation from work, but with some planning you can set your team up for success. While this could change with the size of your team, current projects, and your agency’s structure, it’s important to implement a plan because everyone needs time away from work - not working vacations.

Why Your Agency Should Be Using a Sales Script

There’s a crucial piece to your agency that you may be overlooking, and it’s within your sales team. Do you know if your team is selling the same specific information for your services? Explaining the right product specs? As your sales team begins to grow, it’s important to create a system to ensure the right information is being used, and it doesn’t need to be complicated.

Why You Need Hands-Off Leadership in Your Agency

Hands-off leadership is key to creating a strong, highly-functioning team. While it's a challenge, creating a culture built off of this principle is worth it. Your agency is growing, your teams are creating some amazing work, and you have new clients every month, but you’re barely hanging on. Each day is filled with meetings and check-ins, which means you don’t have time for the business development you want.

Are you a freelance Introvert or Extrovert?

Personality types are important in any business, but what about when it’s just you? Over the years I’ve been learning more and more about personality types. I’ve learned how they affect not only group dynamics, but also the individual. Introversion and extroversion are two of the most polarizing factors within an individual’s personality. A classic example is that introverts prefer to recharge their social battery alone, while extroverts get their energy from others.