Make It Big
You've dumped everything you've got into mastering your craft.
And that craft isn't just your business or your career,
it's your mission—it's your life.
It's time to start getting the publicity you deserve
and the sales you need to grow.
This ain't my first rodeo. My clients have been featured in:
Welcome to Make It Big:
A roadmap for getting publicity you deserve.
Step by simple, achievable step, Make It Big walks you through creating, launching, and getting results with a public relations program you can easily manage on your own.
With enough hand-holding and personal feedback to keep you on track.
I'm Ellen Malloy
If you make, sell or grow amazing things, I'm here to help you succeed.
Publicity isn’t about secret relationships hidden in magic Rolodexes (I actually never even owned a Rolodex, thank the unicorns).
It’s not about hammering away at journalists and bloggers until you wear them down or plugging your beautiful vision into some dated marketing formula that worked for someone else a few years back.
It’s about tapping into the undeniable awesome of what makes you—and what you do—so very, very unique.
And then building an army of evangelists around you who tell their fans, friends, and followers about you.
It’s about growing your business authentically—without dumbing it down or selling out.
That’s what Make It Big is about: Helping you figure out how to speak to your truth in a way that makes people not just listen—they’ll go tell your story to everyone else.
It’s about understanding how to speak your language in a way others find irresistible.
It’s about building a business asset designed to showcase your craftsmanship while you work on your craft. An easy-to-mange system that does the heavy lifting of attracting the recognition you deserve.
Without sacrificing a bunch of your time—or even most your budget.
That said, marketing and PR can seem like a scary cauldron of mysterious ingredients of dubious origin, which is why you’ll get the hand-holding and benevolent guidance you need.
You might not be able to afford “done for you,” but that doesn’t mean we can’t do it together.