Hi there, I'm Katie Taylor! But you can also call me your website designer, good brand enthusiast, and marketing strategist. I'm all about creating notable outcomes for your business through critical thinking (let me worry about that part), creativity (aka the fun stuff), and believing in the big things your business can do.
With each project I bring:
A high capacity for capturing a multitude of details
A holistic review of your business whole
And great precision to organize one cohesive vision for your brand
I make the experience both easy to understand and outcome-oriented for exactly where you want your business to go and grow.
To create space for your voice, visions, and dreams to be expressed comfortably and with confidence.
To help you make purposeful decisions you feel really good about by listening to your needs and sharing my expertise in ways that are easy to understand.
To make the best service recommendations, keeping a client-first mindset, with integrity for the trust you're putting in Abundant Collab Co..
To ongoing education and development in order to always be delivering relevant, forward-thinking services to help your business thrive.
It's not about if your business has a brand, but guaranteeing yours is one that makes an impact and supplies consistent outcomes. It's true all businesses have a brand. But not all know how to build one intentionally to ensure that serving others well doesn't come at the expense of profit and happiness.
I am passionate about changing the marketing narrative for the modern, small business. Not by making you something you aren't. But by helping you realize, and share, everything you already are in all the right ways to help your business succeed!
Grey's Anatomy, Hart of Dixie, and Schitt's Creek
City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert
The Lazy Genius Way by Kendra Adachi
Brand Matters by Debbie Millman
The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman
Get my Yoga Teaching Certification
& open our own Airbnb
Brownies and Popcorn, please!
Taylor Swift, Duke Junior & The Smokey Boots, or a biz-related podcast
Enneagram 6, INFJ, Manifesting Generator... you get the idea!
Grow a biz that lets me spend as much time as I want with these cuties and help others be able to do the same.
A long weekend girls' getaway, a relaxing trip to the beach, or anything with a beautiful view.
Instagram Engagement has become quite a buzz word these days. What’s it mean? Why does it matter and how the heck do you get strangers on the internet to respond?? The role of engagement on social platforms has shifted so much recently. That’s how it goes. No biggie, right? But if you were just figuring things out only to discover it changed… again. Well, that starts to get annoying.
Let's take a look at how to increase your Instagram engagement without following the fads.
Sometimes we take for granted the things that come more naturally to us than others. One of those things, for me, is being able to visualize the type of photos that are needed to tell the right kind of story. More times than not, my brain sees things not much differently than those connect the dot puzzles we loved as kids. (Or not, definitely aged myself there showing my technology-free childhood). Good photo decisions are just another dot in the picture that’s taking shape. But I know that’s not the case for everyone.
When Kristy started her account at zero in 2019, she didn’t imagine finding herself surrounded by an engaged, authentic, kind, and supportive Instagram community of 1000+ followers within a few months. Nor could she have imagined the impact it would have on her Cincinnati-based business.
When you have the right community of people around you the pressures to perform are replaced with a purpose to not only support your own business, but to share with others things you’ve learned, as well as looking to the wisdom others can share because of their experiences.
Your website has three main objectives to help your business stay healthy, happy, and sustainable. The 3 Main Objectives are to attract the right people, clearly state what you offer (to whom, how, and why it matters) and convert leads into eager, excited customers.
Keeping these in mind, let’s talk about what you need for the new website you’ve been dreaming about. i.e. the website of your dreams is the one that helps you grow the business of your dreams.