About Simply Put Strategies
Eva founded Simply Put Strategies (SPS) in 2015. SPS is a social media marketing and consulting firm with a particular interest in sustainable clothing brands. SPS specializes in connecting businesses with their prospects, peers, and partners online to show expertise, share resources, and build community and business. Eva believes that connection is the meaning of life. She delights connecting with people in person, online, and in any other way possible.
Prior to starting SPS, Eva dabbled in professional organizing and worked as Executive Assistant then Communications Coordinator for MOM’s Organic Market. While at MOM’s Eva became even more nerdy about recycling. She received her BA in Gender and Women’s Studies and English Literature from University of Maryland, Baltimore County in 2012. When not working Eva can be found making risotto, reading romance novels, and dancing. She recently discovered that she actually likes country music, but her favorite band always will be The Beatles. Eva loves creating order out of chaos and cares about Star Wars, social justice, and the environment. She lives outside of Washington, DC.
An increase in wallet share for sustainable, high-quality clothing and accessories and a decrease in clothing produced using cheap manufacturing practices that damage human health and the environment.
We keep track of the best ideas, strategies, and deadlines, so you know exactly what is happening and when. This ensures that your social media marketing gets the best possible results and that you never have to worry about keeping track.
We check and double check our work, to get as close as we can to error-free. If we do make a mistake we credit your invoice for typos, broken links, and more.*
We admit if we don’t know the answer. We encourage feedback – no matter how awkward. We are straight talk, no chaser, with kindness and compassion in mind.
All content published for our clients is carefully curated to deliver value to your prospects. We write and share content to reflect your voice and tell your brand story.
Your social media marketing is important, but no tweet or Facebook post is a life-or-death matter! We always strive to remember rule #6: “don’t take yourself so damned seriously” (The Art of Possibility).
Use social media to create and nurture relationships between brands and their fans by telling the brand story and featuring new products – with an emphasis on sustainable clothing brands.
I believe we are more joyful, relaxed, and fulfilled when we have less, but care more: when our wardrobe is curated to be thoughtfully-designed, carefully-crafted and sustainably manufactured.