VoiceMatters, LLC has provided invaluable assistance to our ministry in the area of communications, marketing and coordinating our strategic initiatives. I would highly recommend Michelle Kane and VoiceMatters’ services as a very effective way to add value to your business. Michelle is professional, meets deadlines and projects in a timely fashion and she is uniquely qualified to help you reach your objectives
VoiceMatters, LLC has been a very important part of my business. It’s very difficult to juggle all of the demands in the beginning and knowing the best choices in all situations is impossible. Michelle Kane’s company helps in areas where I have no experience so I can concentrate on my business. She handles all of our email marketing, manages our social media and works with us on ideas for promotional events. For example, Michelle came to me with an idea for an essay contest with a twist - to ask someone to write an essay about someone who’s made an impact on their lives, with that person winning a day of beauty from us. I thought it was a good idea but had no idea how it would impact the woman who won. I was more blessed to do it than I ever would have dreamed. We also were featured on the front page of the Business section of the local paper. I would definitely recommend VoiceMatters as a positive and important part of your business.
After being charged with planning the 2011 Perkasie Olde Towne Association Springfest, I stumbled upon VoiceMatters, LLC via A&T Chevrolet-Subaru’s sponsorship of the event. My first impression of Michelle Kane was that she was professional, organized and very nice. My first impression has been my same impression for all the years that I have known her. Her communication skills are top notch and her work ethic is second to none. VoiceMatters, LLC made my event the best it has ever been. Michelle used her vast knowledge of social media and various contacts throughout the community to help advertise the event. She also had a variety of ideas to implement to make the festival better. The result was obvious as the participation doubled in 2012.