Welcome My Gorgeous Business Babe!
I’m Tasha, and I’ve dedicated the past 10+ years to helping women tell their stories and create a community around their products and services.
As women entrepreneurs, we have a message we want to get out to the world and have our audiences rally behind our mission. Yet promoting ourselves can often feel like we’re walking a tightrope in stilettos — in our underwear.
We hesitate. We feel exposed. We feel downright awkward.
I believe what we say, or don’t say for that matter, has the potential to set our business on the path to financial freedom or keep us caged in the proverbial rat race.
When we’re inconsistent with our content, or worse, so busy running our business that we eliminate content creation altogether, we limit opportunities to engage with customers and, subsequently, our earning potential.
It’s no secret that the key to connecting with more customers is content. The more you show up online, the more people will learn about your products and services, resulting in increased sales. More content also means establishing authority in your industry and gaining traction over your competitors.
But here’s the thing: not all content is king.
You need content that educates customers on the value of your products or services and gets them to invest in your business emotionally.
That’s why I’m here
If you’re looking to build a loyal following and get your customers to commit to a long-term relationship, I can help.
With a wide range of online and print experience, including Newsday and the Herald Community Newspapers, I know how to craft a good tell-all-your-girlfriends story to get people excited about your products and services.
In 2007, fed up with the “How to Make a Man Fall in Love with You” and “How to Please a Man in Bed” articles, I founded Singleandfab.com, an online magazine dedicated to single professional women, attracting the attention of best-selling authors and VH1 television personalities.
From that point on, I knew I was onto something.
I wanted to use the lessons I had learned from my own entrepreneurial endeavors and my diverse work experiences in advertising sales, marketing, customer service, and fundraising to help small businesses and women entrepreneurs expand their reach and increase their earning potential.
Empowering others is my jam. I’ve presented various entrepreneurship workshops across Long Island, NY, to teenage mothers. I’ve also worked with a host of other nonprofits, including The Long Island Fund for Women & Girls, Nassau County Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Planned Parenthood of Nassau County, and South Nassau Communities Hospital.