North Star

My goal is to make a living by being my best self, and to do my best to pay attention to what that means, and course-correct as I go. It means 9 – 5 does not apply, and I work because I believe the work matters, not because I’m punching the clock. It means sometimes compromising a paycheck but never compromising my integrity. It means a commitment to lifelong learning and to the occasional discomfort of growing pains. That’s where the growth happens. It means using my words to compel action, and not chewing on the placebo of complacent inspiration. It means craving something heartier. It means sharing the stories I believe in, with all of my heart. Love bigger. Reach farther. That’s mamore. 

This is my compass, my North Star, and the reason why I have a website with my name on it! This is a place to house some of the details that tend to fall within the path of this little light of mine, including my Mamore Communications clients and what I do for them, my passion projects, and words. Because without words, I’d be speechless.

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xoxo

Kelli Martinelli

Working with Kelli is amazing as I felt she was personally invested in my story. After speaking with me she came up with an entire branding concept focused on the story behind Tender Wondersuits. She engaged several top bloggers within 2 weeks who loved the suits and wrote fabulous reviews. She helped increase FB engagement and launched my Instagram account. Added bonus is her personality is upbeat and positive. Smart lady with a lot of great ideas that she implements with skill. Highly recommended.

Rosalee Rester, Tender Wondersuit inventor

Kelli is everything a marketing team could want. She believes in what she’s selling, and has an effortless way of getting you to believe too. Her enthusiasm is infectious. I get contacted by a lot of different marketers through my blog. Some offer to pay me. Others offer me product. Most get ignored, their e-email sent silently to my digital trashcan. Kelli offered friendship. She had read my blog. Actually read it! She hadn’t copy and pasted a couple titles into a form letter designed for mass distribution. She read what I was writing and was genuinely complementary.

Over the course of a few different emails she introduced my wife and I to gDiapers. Eventually she sent us some product, and we happily wrote about it. Then we continued to write about it, commented on their Facebook page, told our friends, and became part of the community. Kelli could have just sent out a thousand free gDiapers to a thousand bloggers and would have probably had a pretty successful link building campaign, but instead she put her personal touch on it and built an amazing network of brand advocates. I can put a price tag on a few links, but people who will continue to talk and promote long after their review is posted isn’t something you can put a dollar value on. Kelli exemplifies a great marketer. Any team would be lucky to have her. I look forward to working with her again someday.

John Kinnear, blogger and marketing director