eatingwell.com | EatingWell Magazine
Web Production— work directly with digital editors to produce daily nutrition and food articles. Edit code, photos and digital assets on articles, landing pages and homepage to ensure content is up-to-date and user friendly.
Recipe Editing— review recipes for grammar, readability, and style guide standards. Write descriptive recipe headnotes for SEO and reader interest with pertinent nutrition information.
Jillian is a top-notch worker who has played a pivotal role in various projects here at EatingWell. Her extensive work on the Diabetic Living Magazine website migration helped ensure the successful publication of over 2,000 recipes and additional article content, helping to drive the site traffic and revenue needed to meet fiscal year goals. Jillian also jumped onboard to help with production needs, quickly learning the tools and steps necessary for publishing articles, updating website pages and processing images, going above and beyond to overcome challenges and improve processes to make it all work. She is organized, thorough, self-motivated and easygoing, and it has been an absolute pleasure working with her. — Victoria Seaver, Digital Meal Plan Editor at EatingWell Media Group
kategeagan.com | Kate Geagan, America's Green Nutritionist
Website Production—: manage and troubleshoot all website assets.
Executive Assistance— provide Executive Assistance to respond to email inquiries and blog comments.
Project Management— develop and maintain systems for concurrent client deliverables including; research reports, presentations and social media posts.
Content Editing— edit blog content and titles, and perform keyword research to improve SEO value.
"Jillian has been a brilliant addition to my team: she deeply understands the online ecosystem and how to optimize presence and influence, she helps me light that creative spark when I need it to move my vision forward. And I can always count on her to craft the nuts and bolts of project management that are essential to take my business to the next level." — Kate Geagan, Founder of Kate Geagan, America’s Green Nutritionist
growyourwildheart.com | Wild Heart Wellness
Branding Support— with first round of logos from a designer (that she was not happy with), brought Kate through a logo branding exercise to transform her ideas into feedback,. From that, the designer created her perfect logo.
Website Production— from logo design, developed brand standards. From business goals, designed the user experience. Developed a website on Squarespace to achieve business goals.
Online Business Operations— implemented online booking software to save her time, and miss less appointments.
"I was overwhelmed by the process of representing my Massage Therapy/Yoga business online. I had heard about the wonders of online booking, but whenever I attempted to create a website I would become frustrated, confused and ultimately just give up.
Jillian + Spread Good Co. helped me by translating web design/marketing language into terms I could more easily understand. She listened patiently to what I envisioned and then helped me articulate what design, colors, layout etc. would best represent my business. The result moved me to tears of gratitude!
Jillian is charming, supportive, professional and passionate; let her be your liaison between the intimacy of your wellness practice and the necessity of building an online presence in this computer-based world. From the bottom of my heart, I recommend Jillian. to anyone who has wanted to make a beautiful website for their business but is stalling because of lack of experience or fear! Thank you!" — Kate McCarthy, Founder of Wild Heart Wellness
vermontwellnessmedicine.com | Amy Littlefield, Integrative Oncologist
Website Production—completely redesigned her existing website. This included: a new logo, site map, brand new content, content strategy and development, and a new design to position Dr. Littlefield as an expert in her field.
Online Business Operations— added online resources and patient paperwork thew new website to save Dr. Littlefield and her team time.