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Jaz Adams

WANTED: Badass Copywriter

By | Team Wayward Kind, Uncategorized

Wayward Kind is a digital marketing agency that works with challenger brands who are solving complex social justice issues. Our role is to bring visibility to important issues around race, class and gender equity, and create sustainable growth opportunities for organizations that are doing good.

We are looking for a Copywriter to join our team of marketing experts. Is that you? Let’s find out!

We want to meet you if:

  • You love to write. Like, LOVE love it. We’re looking for a copywriter who thinks about puns in the shower and watches the Superbowl exclusively for the ads. 
  • You have an analysis on social justice issues. We work with companies who are making significant changes in race, class and gender equity. We want to partner with a copywriter who has an interest in these subjects and a solid understanding of them.
  • You are persuasive. You know that the right words can help people make decisions, mitigate hesitation, and share ideas with others. You know how to find and test words until you get the right combination.
  • You understand how humans find information. Knowing the basics of SEO ensures your writing gets read––and you want to get read.
  • You are versatile. You like to write website copy, blog content, email marketing copy, video storyboards, and social media content. 
  • You’ve got receipts. You’ve got examples of your work and you’re proud to show off what you’ve been working on. 

You’ll like working here if:

  • You want to show up as yourself, every day. Black, Brown, queer, differently-abled—we believe a variety of voices and lived experiences brings a richness to our work, and we know that our results are better for it. 
  • You like working with people who are changing the ways the world works. Our clients are pushing the envelope in the areas of race, class and gender equity, sustainable commerce, body positivity and other progressive agendas. If you have been looking for a way to create long-term societal impact through your work, this is the place. 
  • You’re curious and a life-long learner. You have a genuine interest in consumer behavior and digital psychology. You’ve got experience in growing sales through marketing channels, including social media, email marketing, SEO and content. You are a flexible and resourceful problem solver. 
  • You are an ethical marketer. We work with social innovators and change makers. Our clients look to us to develop new tools and methods to amplify their work without relying on manipulative marketing practices.

What You’ll Be Doing

  • Crafting copy for landing pages that drive action
  • Writing SEO-driven blog content for clients and for the agency
  • Writing social media content and email marketing campaigns that drive engagement
  • Editing copy with an eye on the details
  • Working with our web designers and developers to develop conversion-driven copy that makes visitors click.  

What You Need:

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred, but may be supplemented or replaced with relevant experience
  • Agency experience strongly preferred
  • Professional proficiency in English

Desired Mindset:

  • Committed to anti-oppression work, both personally and professionally
  • Interested in learning about race, class and gender equity as it relates to marketing
  • High integrity and a personal commitment to liberatory practices
  • Ability to balance task-oriented work without compromising relationship building and engaging with diverse people as whole humans

What We Believe In:

As a marketing firm, we are messengers. Our clients trust us to tell their stories and amplify their voices. We have the great pleasure, as well as the significant responsibility, of helping organizations communicate what they believe in.

We approach our work through a social justice lens, and we choose clients, team members, collaborators, and partners who share our core values.

A Few More Details:

  • Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and others who identify as nonwhite, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, are encouraged to apply for this role.
  • Location: Fully remote. We’ll see you on Zoom! If you’re in San Diego and want to work out of the office from time to time, you’re welcome to but it’s not required.
  • Job Type: Full Time, Exempt
  • Job Title: Copywriter
  • Compensation: $45,000 – $55,000 per year
  • Benefits: We provide comprehensive benefits including health insurance, flexible paid time off, a continuing education stipend, paid maternity/paternity leave, and a family friendly workplace. 
  • Business Hours: We generally work from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm PST, Monday through Friday, but these times may fluctuate slightly based on your time zone.

How To Apply:

Does this sound like you? Send your resume and a cover letter to In your cover letter, we’d love to hear how you align with our core values.

How to Build an Audience for Your Business

How to Build an Audience for Your Business That Supports Your Values

By | Marketing Strategy

Most digital marketing advice starts by saying, “distinguish yourself from the competition.”

But what if you’re a nonprofit or consultant working in social justice that sees everyone in your industry as working together toward a common goal? What if you just want to make it easier for prospective clients to find you, learn from you, and grow with you?

You’re not alone.

And that’s not how we recommend doing marketing around here.

Because basing your marketing efforts on what others in your space are doing often leads to an inauthentic brand, messaging that doesn’t resonate, and difficulty in finding an audience with shared beliefs.

So, how do you position yourself using your own unique voice? How can you stand out to serve your dream clients?

Let’s get into it.

How to Build an Audience for Your Business

Define Your Core Values

The first step in reaching people with shared beliefs is to define your own. Your core values are important because they show your audience what you care about.

Here’s some questions to ask yourself:

  1. What inspired you to start your business?
  2. What drives you to get up every morning?
  3. What do you believe in?
  4. Who do you want to serve?
  5. What do you love about your work?

Once you’ve got these answers, take a look to see if there are any common threads that stand out. These will become your core values.

Keep these values in mind as we move on to the next section: understanding your ideal clients.

Understand Your Audience

Understanding your audience is about more than just knowing who they are—it’s figuring out what keeps them up at night.

The understanding that you build during this stage makes it easier for you to create content and messaging that makes your target audience feel understood.

There are a few different ways to determine your target audience:

Explore Demographics & Psychographics

Demographics give us a surface-level look at the details of a target audience, from age and location to income level. Knowing your audience’s demographics is helpful because it gives you the ability to segment your audience on ads on Google or your Facebook page.

For example, demographics can tell you that your audience is composed of women in their mid-thirties that manage small teams and make an average of $65,000 a year.

While demographics are useful as a starting point for developing your messaging, they don’t tell you how your audience actually feels.

Psychographics focuses on the psychology of audience behavior; Not what they would buy, but why they buy it. Psychographics takes a look at factors like attitudes, principles and beliefs, and preferences.

A psychographic approach to the above example may tell you that your audience struggles with negotiating salary, has a heavy workload, and likes podcasts.

As you can see, psychographics gives you context on what your audience likes, their struggles, and even possible marketing strategies.

Read Your Analytics

Already have an idea of who your organization serves and you know your core values are authentic?  Then analytics can show you where you have opportunities to reach people.

Social media platforms, your website, and even email marketing platforms are a great place to start looking at analytics.

This data can show you:

  • How your audience engages with your website, landing pages, social media, and email newsletters
  • What people do on your website
  • Which pages led them to fill out a form or contact you

By comparing data from platforms and website pages, you can determine whether your audience prefers Instagram or Twitter, and if they react better to longer or shorter emails, or maybe even emails on one particular topic. 

When using a tool like Google Analytics, which is free to set up on your website, you can also get a big picture view of how your audience moves through your website. This data can then be used to infer which kinds of content and messaging your audience wants to hear from you.

Listen to Your Audience

When determining how to reach your target audience, there’s no better solution than to listen to those in your existing audience who already align with that definition.

Of course, demographics are great for larger companies and organizations but for many brands that are solving complex issues in the areas of racial justice, climate action, gender equity, and other social justice work, this work often directly interacts with your audience.

What we mean is, you’re not just posting and logging off, or passing the Instagram log-in to a colleague—you’re directly invested in making a difference.

Because of this, you know that the best way to truly understand your clients’ needs and wants is to listen.

There’s no comparing numbers or reading between the lines if you’re hearing directly from your target audience.

And the best way to start the conversation is to just ask.

Try asking close clients what they think about your website or social media, reading the comments on your posts, or even just hopping on Instagram Live and asking them.

Live Your Core Values

Now that you’ve taken the time to map out your values and your audience has shown you theirs, we can focus on tying these values into your business.

One place to start is with your services: do they solve your clients’ needs? Is there something your audience asked for, like an online course, that can be incorporated into your service offerings?

If you’re a consulting firm that values community and inclusivity, you must do the work to back it up. Don’t just post a tweet—continually align your messaging to address these topics. Create webinars on how communities can be inclusive of people from different backgrounds and cultures.

To keep your messaging aligned with your values, here are a few different ways you can hold yourself and your team accountable:

  • Reinforce your values in both internal and external meetings
  • Hire people that share the same values
  • Check in regularly with your team and clients
  • Keep your internal and external messaging aligned
  • Pay attention to internal and external feedback
Do the Work. Live the Work.

Setting core values shows your audience who you are, reminds your team of your vision, and attracts like-minded people to you.

This collective passion and inspiration have a positive impact on your employees and current and prospective clients.

It’s time to do the work and put these core values into action. Let’s embrace them.

Need another eye on your core values, want a like-minded partner to segment out your audience, or maybe you need support in creating great content that resonates?

Wayward Kind is a digital marketing agency devoted to low ego, high impact liberation. We work with challenger brands that solve complex issues. Let’s rework your messaging.

We can help you master your digital marketing strategy with CRO tips. Our team of strategists are experts at understanding you and your audience. Whether it’s setting up Google Analytics, or creating great landing pages, Wayward Kind is all about action. Ready to convert to a mindful marketing strategy? Contact us today!

Cara Crotty

Welcome Cara Crotty, Wayward Kind’s New Website Developer

By | Team Wayward Kind

Wayward Kind has experienced some extraordinary things this year, including another expansion to our in-house team. We’re thrilled to welcome Cara Crotty as our new Website Developer!

Cara’s story is unique and intriguing. She brings a multitude of talents to Wayward Kind, from engineering to coding and more.

Let’s take a look at her fascinating background and get to know her better.

Budding Educator Turned Tech Master

Born and raised in the vibrant Manila, Philippines, Cara is familiar with the sunny weather and beach life that San Diego offers. She and her husband relocated to Virginia in December 2017. They were only there for six months before they took a 15-day motorcycle ride across the country to San Diego—and they haven’t looked back since.

Talk about adventure! 

Cara has always had an inquisitive mind and initially wanted to become a teacher. She’s always had a knack for teaching and used to tutor college students in general education. She also likes numbers and considered majoring in accounting or education.

However, at Cara’s University, classes in her major were at full capacity and she didn’t want to stay stagnant for too long. She loved electronics and knew that programming was going to grow rapidly. Cara changed majors and was not disappointed. She graduated with a Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering from Polytechnic University of the Philippines.

Cara is a perfect fit for Wayward Kind because we love helping other humans and she does too. In Manila, she volunteered at a local orphanage on the weekends and still loves to help people in need when she can.

Cara strives to become an industry expert in coding and development. She has completed a coding Bootcamp at UCSD and is part of the San Diego Women Who Code community group. She believes that in order to meet client expectations, you must keep learning and networking. She loves to meet new people in her field because it helps her pick up on technology and algorithm updates.

For Cara, Web Design and Development means bringing people’s visions to life and revealing benefits they may not have realized before working with her. 

Cara believes in having a strong work ethic and the highest level of integrity. Her top values are kindness, persistence, and loyalty. In her spare time, she enjoys watercolor painting, playing the ukulele (going on three years now), cooking, and off-road hiking. She also has a wide palette when it comes to food. Her favorite dishes include lumpia, sinigang, pancit, and Indian and Nepalese cuisines.

Lighting Round

Wayward Kind: What’s your favorite way to start your day?

Cara:  I start the day with a shower to wake me up and energize me.  Breakfast and a cup of coffee are very important for me in the morning.

Wayward Kind: What’s on your bucket list that you want to do sooner than later?

Cara: As an adventure seeker, I’ve always wanted to bungee jump or skydive. I want certifications in web development and design, and have been thinking about pursuing a Master’s in Computer Science too! 

Wayward Kind: If your life was made into a movie, who would play you? Why?

Cara: The real talk show host Jenny Mai. She has a very cool and friendly personality. I love that she’s outspoken and so knowledgeable as well!

Welcome to Wayward Kind, Cara! We’re happy to have you!

We can help you master your digital marketing strategy with CRO tips. Our team of strategists are experts at understanding you and your audience. Whether it’s setting up Google Analytics, or creating great landing pages, Wayward Kind is all about action. Ready to convert to a mindful marketing strategy? Contact us today!

How COVID-19 is Impacting Marketing for Small Businesses

How COVID-19 is Impacting Marketing for Small Businesses

By | Marketing Strategy

Change has officially arrived, in more ways than one.

Gathered around the television, you may notice a shift in the way larger businesses are now marketing their services.

With companies competing for attention from the general public, which is increasingly distracted, commercials no longer have the same tone or feel.

From warm ads with soft, comforting music and text on the screen, to ads that attempt to humorize the situations we’re finding ourselves in—like Progressive’s ad that hits on our frustrations with video calls.

But what does this mean for small businesses?

Unfortunately, some of our favorite small businesses will never open their doors again. 

B2B businesses can still come out on top with the same tactics that got us to where we are today: staying nimble, pivoting, and using our resources wisely.

Let’s touch on some of the disparities that the coronavirus outbreak has led to today and how small businesses are curbing the effects with unmatched resilience. 

And, most importantly, let’s figure out how we can come together to support the small businesses in our local communities.

How COVID-19 Impacts Small Business Budgets

Businesses owned by women, Black folks and other people of color are the most vulnerable right now. 

Why is that, exactly? 

While large companies are set to receive bailouts from the government, small businesses are scrambling to stay afloat. 

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, only about 38 percent of small businesses that actually applied for loans will receive one. Minority-owned small businesses struggle even more, with only 12 percent getting the loans they need.

Let’s pause for a moment.

We’re all facing a lot of hard truths, and the truths being faced by marginalized business owners are even harder. 

How are Women-Owned Businesses Affected?

With women-owned businesses accounting for 40 percent of all business in the United States, it’s safe to say women play a major role boosting the U.S. economy. 

Yet experts say that 90 percent of minority and women-owned businesses will be denied Paycheck Protection Program loans during the national shutdown.

There are two reasons behind this massive financial gap:

  1. Many small businesses may not have significant capital to begin with, or 
  2. the banks they’re requesting the loans through have lending caps that require minimum asking amounts.

But it doesn’t stop with gender: the average white family makes 10 times the amount of a Black family. 

Right out the gate, Black-owned businesses are already in last place. The Small Business Administration has found that many banks are giving priority to people who already have loans with them, while some banks won’t even look at your business if you ask for anything less than $30,000.

Don’t forget to take into payroll, applying for government funding, and watching small children into account since daycares and schools are shut down for an indeterminate amount of time.

Disparity is rampant. Minorities in every sense of the word are not being dealt a fair hand here. With money being shucked in different directions, they are having to pick and choose what is most important for their business right now. 

And one of the first things to go in most businesses is marketing—which could aid small businesses in generating new leads.

Minority-Owned Businesses that are Making Marketing Work—on a Budget

Some companies are pulling or tweaking their ads to be sensitive to the current climate. These businesses are thinking of ways to adjust pricing and marketing in order to make a profit.

Shontay Lundy, Owner of Black Girl Sunscreen, is a small business owner who is not allowing the economic downfall of COVID-19 to affect her business. Shontay is well aware that businesses run by women of color rarely receive funding, so she decided to revamp her strategy to make sure her company thrives now and in the long term.

Shontay and her team decided to focus their efforts on their business’s social media presence, and since has seen a huge bump in online sales. By focusing their marketing efforts on a platform that has given them results in the past, and through collaboration, they were able to come together with a plan that got them results.

Other small, women and minority-owned businesses can use this same tactic. Try taking a step back to brainstorm on past tactics that have generated results.

Reworking Strategies to Improve Results 

You know your clients the best, so you know what their main worries are right now. And you also know what’s worked to attract prospective clients in the past.

One way to rework your marketing strategy is to revisit the way you’re speaking to your existing and prospective clients. 

Instead of spending on Facebook ads, hop on to Instagram Live to answer questions you’ve been receiving from clients. 

Another way to rework your strategy is to make sure your business accounts, website pages, and landing pages are up-to-date, optimized, and are still addressing your target audience’s problems.

Adding incentives for referrals, like free consultations, can also make your clients feel valued and nurtured, too.

Women Business Owners Prove Resilient

Despite the odds stacked against us, we’re still showing up to the table. Many types of businesses have found themselves looking into e-Commerce all of a sudden.

Brown Beauty Co-op is a woman- and Black-owned business that thrives off the in-store client experience. The boutique is lavish and feminine in all aspects. They literally call themselves a “playground for black beauty.” With states putting stay-at-home orders in place, Brown Beauty Co-op quickly pivoted.

Keeping the lush, ladylike feel, Brown Beauty Co-op updated their website’s layout to mirror a standard e-commerce website, with high-quality designs, easily scannable content, and a simple navigation bar.

How You Can Support Other Women and BIPOC Owned Businesses

Now it’s time for local communities to support small businesses as we continue to work from home. Here are a few things you can do to express gratitude and support.

Step 1. Buy From Them!

Instead of ordering from a large corporation, order from the small Samoan-owned deli down the street. Put your dollars back into your community by buying Black, Latinx, and women-owned. 

Black and Latinx buying power is set to increase to the trillions between 2020-2023, which will help set up communities and support those who have lost their jobs search for employment opportunities. 

In a nutshell, it’s essential for consumers to support BIPOC, especially when they need it most. 

Step 2. Using Social Media When It Matters

Social media is a beacon for sharing and finding information on small businesses in our communities. Build a Facebook page filled with your favorite Black-owned food spots or share a female-owned apparel store on your IG story. 

Step 3. Support #ThankYouSmallBusiness

Keep an eye out for local organizations, clothing stores, and restaurants that put money back into the small business community. 

For example, BodyGuardz is a screen protector company that is giving ten percent of proceeds to the Relief Haven Foundation (an organization that supports small businesses and hospitals). 

You have control over where your dollars are spent, so make sure your money makes an impact when you purchase.

We Do Better Together

At times it seems like the odds are stacked up against small businesses. Especially now. Yet small businesses are made of people who have a vision, set goals, and don’t give up. 

Our team at Wayward Kind believes in making a way even when the way doesn’t seem clear. We specialize in bringing your business’s vision to life in a creative, human way. 

Let’s go forward together. 

We can help you master your digital marketing strategy with CRO tips. Our team of strategists are experts at understanding you and your audience. Whether it’s setting up Google Analytics, or creating great landing pages, Wayward Kind is all about action. Ready to convert to a mindful marketing strategy? Contact us today!

Social Media Vs. Social Networking; What's the Difference?

Social Media Vs. Social Networking: What’s The Difference?

By | Marketing Strategy

This is not a trick question, and yes these are two separate entities.

You may have thought you could use social media and social networking interchangeably, however they are two different animals.

Think of it as a parent-child relationship.  

They have different personalities, likes, and even opinions. The child was raised by the parent so they pick up many of their traits. Eventually, the child grows up and becomes their own person. As they detach from each other, you have to understand each one distinctively in order to communicate successfully. If you don’t it could cause ineffective communication and disengagement from others.

Social media and social networking are similar in that they both have unique challenges and approaches and may get mixed up from time to time. Before you can know how to properly use these for your business let’s define them and establish their differences.

What is Social Media?

Social media is composed of websites and applications that help individuals stay in contact with loved ones or helps businesses market their services and interact with their audience. Social media creates connections quickly through different applications such as Twitter, Reddit, Pinterest, Facebook, and many more.

These platforms are used to facilitate shared content including pictures, video, and copy. They’re also where businesses can promote their services, start new projects, and interact with their online community.

What is Social Networking?

Social Networking is the act of creating and nourishing online relationships where people with similar viewpoints connect with each other to generate, develop, and nurture relationships online, sometimes for a long period of time.

Businesses and individuals alike can expand connections using Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook. Social networking can grow with a simple click of the “like” button or creating a vegan Facebook group where you can share recipes and content related to the vegan life.

Social Media Vs. Social Networking: Communication Styles 

Social media takes a different approach to communication. You do all the work including writing blogs and creating emails. You want to create engagement with your audience that leads to an action or interaction with your brand or services.

Social networking is a two-way street. You do some work then you listen to others, meaning everyone writes blogs, sends messages, and actively engages in creating insightful conversations. Sometimes others can share content with you and other times you can create a post that resonates with others. Because there are so many opportunities within social networking you do not want to yap yourself away from opportunities to connect or enhance your brand connections.

Social Media Vs. Social Networking: Goals Distinctions

Social media strives to create excitement and interaction in order to achieve a goal mainly related to sales.

Social networking’s goals are completely opposite. The goal behind social networking is to cultivate more followers and friends and nourish those relationships continually.

For your B2B company, it may be confusing to figure out which one would work best for your business.

 Online social networking wouldn’t exist without social media, that’s why it is important to have both. Social media is your lead generation and social networking is your lead nurturing. You start by building your clientele with social media and use social networking to maintain those loyal and intimate connections with clients.

Social Media Vs. Social Networking: Content Differences

Content for social media is aimed at driving engagement. It isn’t as simple as posting a short tweet or adding hashtags. To optimize connections and actions, you need to share videos, infographics, blogs, and images that will compel your audience to act.

Did you frump your eyebrows at infographics? No worries, read our blog on infographics to familiarize yourself with its meaning and benefits.

Social networking, on the other hand, uses rich and profound conversations to connect with others. 

This could look like asking your connections what they think about your post, or reposting a comment from a follower and leaving a genuine comment underneath the photo. It‘s small actions like these that create profound discussions and deepen online relationships.

Can Different Things Mix?

Social media and social networking can, of course, intertwine with each other. It is important to use them differently as they both “make” their own results. Social media caters to short term results and social networking is like a marathon. It takes a little bit of time.

Wayward Kind specializes in taking our time in cultivating human connections that create organic conversations and engagement.

Let’s create purposeful relationships.

We can help you master your digital marketing strategy with CRO tips. Our team of strategists are experts at understanding you and your audience. Whether it’s setting up Google Analytics, or creating great landing pages, Wayward Kind is all about action. Ready to convert to a mindful marketing strategy? Contact us today!

Black Lives Matter; Inclusivity in the workplace

Black Lives Matter; Inclusivity in the Workplace

By | Team Wayward Kind

Can you hear the cries of the oppressed if you’re out of range?

The answer is no. But that doesn’t stop them from crying out for help. For their mothers. For their lives. For the lives of their children. They can’t breathe. Black people can’t breathe.

There is a shift happening right now in all 50 states and three continents around the world, to end racism. Black Lives Matter is more than a statement. It is a movement.

During this uprising some businesses remain silent, most are rushing to push out content while others are on the fence about making a statement.

Let’s be clear: Diversity, equity, and inclusion are not up for debate. This is a time for businesses to take a step back and see how significant their role is in what is going on in our world right now. 

If your company hasn’t already been doing the work to backup your BLM tweets there is a HUGE problem. 

So how can you walk the talk? Start by having a conversation.

Wayward Kind’s Director of Strategy Jaz and Copywriter Keishonda had a candid conversation about being Black, working in marketing, and some steps businesses can take to back up their posts and hashtags with tangible action.

Join us here.

Transparency Starts With Uncomfortable Conversations


Jaz: We just thought today would be a good day to have an open dialogue and conversation with everything that is going on, especially as two Black women that work in marketing and work very closely with so many small businesses of different industries, sizes, and regions. We were very much affected by what is going on so we thought we’d have a conversation with each other and share it. I think a lot of people are concerned with how their Black employees are feeling or what they should be doing to support their Black employees. We can’t answer all the questions. We know how we feel of course, but we hope to hopefully kind of guide everyone in the right direction to have some of these conversations to support their team through everything that is going on right now.


Keishonda: Right now the Black community and Black people in the United States and around the world need support and we just want to talk about how we can get there. What is your take on that?

Jaz: I think it starts with a conversation. So the unfortunate part about this is, I understand it’s that it is very uncomfortable to feel called out for not being as inclusive or accepting people of different walks of life. I know it’s very uncomfortable to feel like “I’m someone who…I’m not prejudiced. I don’t have any biases.” So I’m sure it doesn’t feel great, but that is just a part of it. It’s part of what comes with, you know the privilege of being in certain positions of being white, or in a position of power or authority.


I’m saying this as a Black woman that does the work that we can’t say we support Black Lives Matter and Black people, and these people from marginalized groups and then not give them voices or allow them in the room to have these conversations or to make these decisions. I think that is part of what’s so great about working here at Wayward Kind. When you look at our team—everyone on our team comes from a different walk of life. We all have different lived experiences and as a result of that we look for that in the work we do and we encourage our clients to do the same.

How Can Companies Push for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion?


Jaz: Make sure that everyone feels welcome and affirmed and comfortable. You know being proactive about putting people in these positions; hiring Black creators and Black professionals and supporting these organizations, giving our time and our funds if we can, signing petitions, making phone calls. All of these things are helpful. Basically, silence isn’t working. It’s never worked. It doesn’t serve us.


Looking at your content strategy, looking at your audience, and acknowledging any of your own implicit biases. Business owners and marketers set the tone, and we don’t realize we are coming into it with our own biases and our own judgments against people or groups of people and we can’t make effective change that way. 


People that are creating you know diversity and inclusion committees with Black people on their teams investing in training for leaders because it always starts at the top. It starts from the way you interview to…I’m sorry before they even interview— the questions you ask before the interview. People’s biases with regards to professionalism and respectability are rooted in white supremacy and prejudice. You just have to do the work. Your team can’t do it for you. Now is the time to dig in.

Look Around Your Table


Keishonda: So it’s important to have those people “Black people non-Black people of color” at the table?

Jaz: Yeah that really is the start. You kinda gotta start from the ground up. Before we look at you know, the messaging that we’re putting out and the copy on our websites and our email marketing and things like that, let’s look at our core values. So that’s talking to your team, the Black members of your team. If you don’t have any Black members on your team, if you don’t have any other person of color, any disabled persons to have these conversations you’re already in bad shape.


People will continue to call out companies that post Black Lives Matter hashtags and they’ve never hired Black employees or stock photos featuring Black families. I think this isn’t going away anytime soon. 


Ask those questions, but not to the point where we are placing the burden or the onus on them, it is not your Black employee’s responsibility to educate you or connect you with resources. We have a lot already on our plates, you know existing in our skin.


Jaz: I love the work that I do because I get to…advocate for people that normally don’t have a voice in the room. We get to kind of control the messaging and make sure we aren’t excluding anyone in the copy, website, emails, and print materials we create.


As two Black women that are in positions where our voices can be heard, we thought it was important to have this conversation and share it with others. This is tough for everyone so right now it’s all about compassion. Walk the walk and talk the talk.

End Dialogue

You Don’t Have To Do It Alone

Wayward Kind strives every day to align the work we do with our core values. Change is not a one day, one month, or one-year occurrence. It takes economic and social justice, empathy and so much more. We all play a part in promoting liberation and inclusion.

Black lives Matter so let’s show that in the work we do every day.

If your business has questions about how to make your messaging consistent and authentic or make sure your core values feel right for you, we are here to help. Tell us your story so we can go from here together.

Below are a few resources to help your business head in the right direction to support and uplift Black Lives Matter and your Black and Non-Black POC Employees.

We can help you master your digital marketing strategy with CRO tips. Our team of strategists are experts at understanding you and your audience. Whether it’s setting up Google Analytics, or creating great landing pages, Wayward Kind is all about action. Ready to convert to a mindful marketing strategy? Contact us today!

Body Language in Business Communication

Body Language in Business Communication

By | Marketing Strategy

It’s Monday morning, and you are headed into your home office for yet another online meeting. 

As the boss, you are very perceptive to the body language of all your employees. Jim is continually glancing at his phone, Meredith has hunched posture, Stanley has poor eye contact and there it is—Pam is actively engaged and leaning in to listen, making great eye contact.

If all these people were equally good at what they do, which one would you want to work with? The one who acts interested and engaged, right?

Body language is increasingly important in business communication. Networking events and seminars have moved to Zoom and we’re using FaceTime for everything from client meetings to pitches for new work. 

When the tools we use to communicate change, our approach needs to change, too. We’re starting to use body language as a way to understand each other and it is increasingly becoming a tool we use to guide business decisions.

Curious about what your body indulge says about you? Or what type of body language works best? We’ll explain five nonverbal communication cues that show how engaged you are in the conversation.

5 Nonverbal Cues You Can Use as a Marketing Tool

When you want to make an impact in your communication, body language and tone of voice say a lot more than your words do.

Messaging in sales meetings is 55 percent body language and non-verbal cues, 38 percent tone and inflection of voice, and a minuscule 7 percent of the words you use. 

As humans, we pick up on the subconscious emotions, feelings, and perceptions of others with a simple glance. Being able to read body language can prove effective for businesses that want to find out more information about their audience or how to convey a certain message.

 #1. Eye Contact 

Practicing eye contact in your daily conversations can be an effective form of communication. Eyes have the potential to tell your audience you are interested in what they have to say.

Imagine you are conducting a video chat with a potential client, and while you are explaining how your services fit into their lifestyles you notice your audience peering at their phone every so often.

This eye movement can have you thinking either this is a waste of your time or that your elevator speech needs some work. 

Now visualize if you were meeting with that same prospective client and they are looking at you the entire time and appearing actively engaged. They don’t glance at their phone and their eyes light up when you touch on potential conversion rates. This small, but critical, tweak will navigate the conversation down a positive route. You now feel your client is sincerely interested and you’re confident your services will fulfill all their needs.

The next time your eyes start to wander, think about how you’re going to be perceived by the person on the other side of the video camera. Adjust your computer screen to their eye view and intentionally enhance your eye contact to show your audience you care about what they are saying.

#2. Facial Expressions

Eyes aren’t the only important part of the nonverbal cues. Your entire face tells a story. Brows, mouth, and eyes all plan an intricate role in developing facial expressions.

Smiling is contagious; you smile at someone and most of the time they’ll smile back. The same can be said of frowning and other glum facial expressions. There is a ripple effect involved and when we look at each other we are feeding off one another’s mood no matter how far apart we are.

Imagine your meeting with prospective business partners that can help company sales tremendously. You proceed to talk and suddenly become nervous and stare at your portfolio nearly the entire meeting. 

You feel like the meeting went well, but don’t receive a callback. You do a courtesy followup for a second meeting. Surprisingly your potential business partners say they don’t think your company is the right fit for the work they want to do. After further probing, you find that they felt you were uninviting and underconfident. The company felt the work you did for them would be reflective of that first encounter they experienced, which was lackluster.

Bottom line: your face can make or break the impression you make on your team, clients, and collaborators. 

#3. Posture 

Did your teachers ever tell you to sit up straight in class? 

It seems obvious now why they always told us to do that. Your posture also determines how lively you look in conversations but also how stressed or nervous you are as well.

Let’s say you are meeting with a very high-profile client to discuss how your services can make their lives easier when all of a sudden you notice your arms are folded and your shoulders are up to your ears in anxiety. The client tells you one thing. 


You breathe and let out the wound-up emotions you were carrying in your shoulders.

Be aware of how you are holding yourself in front of others. If you are nervous, find a way to combat that by folding your hands in front of you or gently holding on to your trusty pen. Lean forward into your speaker to indicate your interest in the topic at hand, and don’t cross your arms which appear closed off and guarded.

This silent but strong body posture of placing your shoulders back and holding your head high will help you feel confident and transfer that power in your back to your clients. 

So when in doubt, don’t slouch it out.

#4. Backchanneling

Backchanneling is the part of the conversation where you let your audience know they are being understood. This doesn’t mean you are in agreement with what they say, but that you are intentionally following the conversation.

If you follow backchanneling during the conversation, you can better understand if the message is getting lost or not having the intended impact. When this happens follow-up with your audience to see if you need to rework your messaging or repeat what you said.

Backchanneling usually involves mmhs and uh huhs, or even a subtle head nod every few words. This helps whoever you’re meeting to know you are not confused and they can carry on with the discussion.

This tactic can be used for any part of the marketing for your business. Whether it’s meeting with clients, sponsors or your audience during a webinar, backchanneling motivates the speaker to get speaking and shows great listening skills. 

Great communication skills and supportive listening opens the door to new ideas, understanding needs of those around you and increased human connection. 

#5. Tone of Voice

Your voice matters…or at least the pitch does. It is important to find the right balance between a low octave and a high tone of voice to make an impact.

Let’s say you are a consulting company and you are sending a video message to all prospective and current clients, your tone will dictate the receptiveness of your message. If your tone is too monotone your audience will drift off or not take any action. If you aren’t excited about your services why should they be?

If you are energetic, your message comes to life and your audience will be encouraged to take a look at your services.

Your tone is a guide to the validity of your services and the effectiveness of your brand messaging. Don’t want a boring brand? Use a vibrant voice to get the results you want.

Have you ever heard the phrase “It’s not what you say, but how you say it”? Your team and clients pick up on sarcasm, anger, or downright boredom instantly. Before you speak be sure to think about how you want your audience to feel and follow through on it with the appropriate tone of voice. 

Takeaways About Nonverbal Roles of Communication

Words are just a small piece of communication, and if you don’t excel at understanding the power of body language you will miss the big picture. This can negatively impact employee and client relationships.

Words matter, but knowing that is a small piece to the big puzzle.

Now you’ll know how to recognize the conversations where a dominant personality is controlling the dialogue and you can step in and redirect it to the quieter individuals on the chat. 

You will be able to pick up on the disinterest of others and even your own lack of excitement. 

Being aware of these signals allows everyone to have a voice, stay engaged, and contribute to a healthy online or face to face environment.

Pick up on the cues and get results.

Here at Wayward Kind, we are all about creating concrete strategies that help you communicate effectively with your clients. Our team is ready to help you get results that matter.

Let’s get to work.

We can help you master your digital marketing strategy with CRO tips. Our team of strategists are experts at understanding you and your audience. Whether it’s setting up Google Analytics, or creating great landing pages, Wayward Kind is all about action. Ready to convert to a mindful marketing strategy? Contact us today!

The Wayward Kind Story, Get to Know Our Founder, Jules Taggart

The Wayward Kind Story: Get to Know Our Founder, Jules Taggart

By | Team Wayward Kind

Starting a business takes courage and a vision. It also takes hard work and some serious bounce-back capabilities. Getting your business to thrive is a whole other ball game, but Wayward Kind has found a way to play the game well.

We got to talk with the person behind the vision for Wayward Kind, and one of the most courageous and hardworking people we know—Jules Taggart.

Join us as we get to know Jules a little better and see how Wayward Kind came to be.

Before Wayward Kind

We wanted to know more about the defining moments that led to Jules starting Wayward Kind

A seed was planted long before she came to San Diego. Jules worked for the Chamber of Commerce in the Kansas City area and saw first hand how small businesses can become successful and thrive when given the proper support and resources. She enjoyed seeing these companies thrive and give back to the communities that invested in their potential and were committed to their success.

She moved to San Diego in 2009 and landed a marketing role at a company that sold nutritional products. It was there that Jules witnessed how some companies use marketing to manipulate people and decided to devote her career to elevating businesses using ethical marketing principles. 

In 2012 Jules took the lessons she learned, good and bad, and turned a new year’s resolution into a solid plan to help worthy companies grow.

Jules had an idea rooted in helping small businesses grow ethically and sustainably through marketing strategies rooted in human connections. This was all while her husband Jeff Taggart was in law school, she had $350 in her bank account and was responsible for putting Ramen Noodles on the table. Nevertheless, she took the leap.

What was some helpful advice you received in the beginning?

A: In the beginning, the best advice I got was to keep going. The first few years in business are really challenging. I got it wrong a lot in the early days and I learned a ton from those mistakes and used those lessons to refine our approach.

What advice made the biggest difference?

A: I  had breakfast with a mentor of mine when I was in the process of shifting from working with contractors to hiring employees. He encouraged me to hire in such a way that I was never the smartest person in the room. He was absolutely right. I have hired a lot of people since that breakfast meeting and all are incredibly good at what they do, while being humble enough to know that there’s plenty still to learn. I learn new things from our team every day.

A lot of the work that Wayward Kind does involves being more meaningful and human in digital marketing efforts. How do you think that other businesses can make that effort?

A: This is such a simple thing, but if you treat every customer or prospective customer as if they are real humans (because they are) creating meaningful conversations online becomes a lot easier. We do a lot with metrics and data as a part of the work we do for our clients, so it’s important to remember that each data point on a spreadsheet is a real person with a family, and a complex identity made up of fears, joy, needs, and expectations. You can never go wrong treating people like people.

Can you talk about your vision for Wayward Kind?

A: Companies that are making a significant impact on race, class, and gender equity deserve the same—or better––access to resources as those who are only committed to profit. Our work is rooted in creating positive social change and we partner with companies and organizations that are aligned with our purpose. 

How do you develop talent and elevate people to grow to the next level?

A: We don’t live in an era where people stay with the same company for decades or their entire career anymore. I like to think that Wayward Kind is a great springboard for a career in marketing. I love working with people who are smart and capable and eager to learn, and I acknowledge from the day they begin working with our team that it’s a stepping stone on a much broader career. My job is to make sure that while they are with us, they make a lasting impact for our clients and then take ethical marketing practices along to the next company they work for—or the company they start!

Who or what has helped shape who you are?

A: This one feels really deep! I would say my partner, my family, and a handful of mentors. 

On your toughest days, how do you push through and accomplish your goals?

A: Honestly, I don’t. On my toughest days, I walk away from the computer and get outside. Fresh air and sunshine usually help me think through obstacles and figure out what to do next. 

Kudos to a Wayward Leader

This year Wayward Kind is celebrating 8 years in business. During that time our team has worked with hundreds of companies that do important work in the world. These companies are built by visionary leaders who care about their clients, are advancing social justice initiatives, and creating a better quality of life for the communities they serve.

The journey has not been easy, but Jules chose a path that creates an impact and aligns with her drive for social change.

Behind every great company is a great leader and Wayward Kind reaps the benefits of a fearless leader every day.

Connect with Jules and let’s create an impact together.

We can help you master your digital marketing strategy with CRO tips. Our team of strategists are experts at understanding you and your audience. Whether it’s setting up Google Analytics, or creating great landing pages, Wayward Kind is all about action. Ready to convert to a mindful marketing strategy? Contact us today!

How to Develop a TikTok Marketing Strategy

How to Develop a TikTok Marketing Strategy

By | Marketing Strategy

Change is all around us. There are always new gadgets, technology, and social movements we have to stay attuned to.

It feels like just when we’ve caught up, a new way to connect and interact with our clients comes out, and we are yet again propelled to keep up with the times.

The best way to handle brand new things is to see if it is beneficial to your business and if so, to get on board before your competitors. Making sure you hop on the trend wagon with an intentional marketing plan gives you the ability to market your services in a modern, relevant, and interactive way.

Speaking of keeping up, it seems that TikTok no longer stands for the sound of a large clock ticking.

If you haven’t been under a rock for the last year or so, you’ve probably noticed that TikTok has disrupted the social media world. Today, we’re taking a look at simple ways to develop a TikTok Marketing strategy. 

If you’re ready to get noticed and strategically align your services on this new and fun social application, we’ve got you covered.

What is TikTok?

TikTok is a social network that allows its users to make short videos of any topic they want. The app combines a variety of songs, sounds, special effects, and filters to entertain its colossal amounts of social media dwellers.

TikTok is a video sharing application where its users put their creativity to the test, mostly in the form of challenges, dance moves, and comedic content.

Many celebrities have elevated it, boosting TikTok’s reach worldwide. Jimmy Fallon was one of the first celebrities to jump on the TikTok craze. He created the #tumbleweed challenge. This challenge required people to act like a tumbleweed by dropping to the ground and rolling out of the frame. This quirky and silly challenge sparked a massive viral response including over 8,000 submissions and more than 10.4 million forms of engagement including likes, shares and comments. This challenge promoted many celebs and influencers to follow suit and use TikTok to its fullest potential.

Eight hundred million users have an account world wide.

Because of its quick rise to stardom and tremendous reach across the world, many businesses are successfully using TikTok to promote their services and actively engage with their target audience. 

Where to Start

Since we know TikTok has some significant influence, it goes without saying that it may help businesses promote their services. So how do you even start?

To advertise your business services on TikTok, you need to open an advertising business account. Once you’ve created your account profile, you have to wait 48 hours for a representative to reach out to you. 

Yes. It is that serious. Don’t worry; there are massive rewards for your patience.

Once your business account is open, you can specialize your page to align with your overall marketing strategy—the choices including traffic, conversion, or app installation. Whether you aim to guide more people to your landing page, increase email subscriptions, or get users to download your businesses app, TikTok has you covered. Choose wisely to get optimal results.

After selecting your campaign goal, you can start diversifying your page toward your target audience. Audience segmentation includes age, gender, location, and more. You can also promote your business services on TikTok’s family companies, including Buzz Video and Vigo videos, to increase your viewership.

Consistently keep top of mind what your goals are and ensure that whichever platform you choose to promote your business on matches that objective. 

So you’ve got a TikTok business account, and you’ve specialized it to fit your marketing goals. Now what?

5 Tips on How to Develop a TikTok Marketing Strategy

1. Use the Discover Page

TikTok’s discover page helps you find out more about your target audience and their interests. The discovery page combines user hashtags and challenges onto one page, which gives you the insight you need to know how and if you can successfully market your services on TikTok.

Facebook is another huge social network you can use to boost your brand awareness. If you’re wondering how Facebook affects business, check out our blog for powerful tools to significant results.

2. Brand Take-Overs

Brand Takeovers are precisely what the name says. One brand a day per category takes over TikTok once a user opens the app. These categories include but are not limited to tech and electronics, education, financial services and apps. The ads will pop up and provide an external or internal link that will take your potential client to your website, another TikTok video, or another account. 

Brand takeover can be useful in tracking click rates and reach, which can help you see if your marketing strategy is driving results or needs some tweaking.

3. Connect with TikTok Influencers

Sometimes it isn’t about what you know, but who you know. Referral marketing is one of those times. 

Influencers refer their curated audience to your unique service. These influencers typically have a massive following of TikTok users and can be a great way to network and increase brand awareness. 

Start by finding a verified or regular influencer in your industry, get to know their content, and how they use it to influence the masses. You can either reach out to them to market your services or get creative and cultivate content that you see influencers using to drive your messaging.

Sometimes all it takes is the right influencer to make tax consulting appealing.

4. In-feed Native Ads

In-feed natives is another advertisement option that helps to trace engagement, click rates, and views. These are ads that are placed near the bottom of a TikTok ad. 

The in-feed native ads give the user more control over what they see because they can be skipped or clicked on. These clickable ads can take your target audience directly to your webpage and are more cost-effective than brand advertising. 

Part of your business’s marketing strategy should be to increase audience reach and engagement with potential leads. TikTok in-feed natives allow you to do both in a fun and captivating way.

5. Branded Hashtags

Branded hashtags generate quick results that can give you new leads and increase brand viewership. Include these hashtags in video challenges to promote service you want your audience to know about.

Guess did the #inmydenim campaign that allowed TikTok users to show off their fashion sense in their jeans to a hit pop song. The results were shocking:

There was a 14.5 percent rise in engagement, and the campaign got over 10.5 million views

This purposeful hashtag pushed for organic engagement by creating memorable content and using influencers to make users want to buy their jeans.

You can do this for your services as well. Your marketing strategy success lies in creating relevant content that aligns with the personality of TikTok. Your business can make consulting or clinical psychology fun by stepping outside the box and creating unforgettable snippets to a popular tune. 

Check out our blog on 3 effective ways to use video to create referral marketing that makes your clients feel connected.

Logging Off

To turn your marketing strategy into success on TikTok include these elements:

  • Be authentic
  • Give users a behind-the-scenes look
  • Be consistent with the TikTok community

Be effective in your marketing. Don’t just use TikTok because it’s popular. You want to do right by your business and make sure your brand messaging resonates with your audience.  

The overall objective of TikTok is to create engagement and spur creativity. Before you make a move to a TikTok account, ask yourself these questions:

  • Does TikTok directly align with your business goals?
  • How important is TikTok for your brand?
  • Are there influencers in your industry that can make a lasting impact?
  • Is TikTok the most cost-effective advertising tool for your business?

TikTok can be a useful tool for reaching your audience and getting them to interact with you and others surrounding your brand. As TikTok continues to rise in its usage and popularity, you can step outside of your element and see if it can be beneficial to your brand and target audience.

Wayward Kind revolves around creating our own path and we want to help you find your way. We create personalized marketing strategies that reflect your vision for your business in a human way. Connect with us and step out of your comfort zone. 

Let’s get you noticed.

We can help you master your digital marketing strategy with CRO tips. Our team of strategists are experts at understanding you and your audience. Whether it’s setting up Google Analytics, or creating great landing pages, Wayward Kind is all about action. Ready to convert to a mindful marketing strategy? Contact us today!

How to Speed Up a WordPress Site

How to Speed Up a WordPress Site

By | Marketing Strategy

We live in a “want it now” age, where fast food and overnight delivery is part of the new normal.

Time is money and the more time people wait around (or don’t wait) for your site to load, the more your beneficial services don’t get the face time they deserve.

Time and people wait for nothing nowadays There is no time to waste and slow connections happen on many websites including WordPress. In fact, a one-second delay in your page loading can decrease customer conversions by seven percent.

So because good services don’t stand a chance against a slow website, we divvied up some advice to get your website up and running again for the masses.

WordPress Does What Now?

Before we dive into WordPress, let’s explain what it is. 

Do you remember when the internet came out and it was free and you had access to a bunch of information and tools, so much that you didn’t know what to do with it? Well, that is what WordPress is for website creation and customization.

For starters it’s free. Well, one version of it is, and we’ll explain that shortly. But the free part sounds good already, right? 

It is a website building tool that gives users the flexibility to change the site to fit their desired needs. User needs are fulfilled thanks to the popularity of WordPress as a content management system or CMS, which gives you the freedom to create, edit, and publish your content. 

WordPress is designed for everyone from big-name brands to small-time bloggers. There are two different versions of WordPress as we mentioned earlier. One is and the other is

The version is for the experienced web development user who wants to fully customize their site. This one is free and involves a high learning curve because users will need to be able to access development files, and file managers to keep documents organized as well.

The latter version provides many pre-customized themes, WordPress hosting, and additional functions to cater to the look and feel the user wants it to have. Overall this version works best for users who don’t want to stress over the fundamentals of web development.

Oh, and did we mention it’s free?

Finding the Fastest Host Provider

Great content is important but you can’t reach your clients if your hosting site is spiraling out of control.

It’s like when you’re at the grocery store heading to the check-out lines. You peek down the lanes to see which cashier is the quickest and head that way. Why? Because you want a fast and efficient service so you can get back to the things you enjoy. That is the same mindset your clients have, so make sure your site is up and ready to engage at full speed.

One way to speed up your WordPress site is by optimizing images on your site. How so? Using jpg and png to format your images.

Overcome Slow Image Upload for WordPress

Image compression is the main reason why there are two options for ways to save your images. This is compressing an image without losing quality. 

To come up with good impressions you need to know which file format to use. This will help you make the smart decision that not only speeds up your site but makes your images clear and vibrant.


JPG or jay-peg stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group. The JPG can conform to a smaller file size the PNG can. This is good news for your services site, because the smaller the file gets the faster the site loads. 

Because you control how small the file gets, it’s vital to ensure the quality doesn’t get compromised during the shrinking process. 

JPG brings out the best quality in photographs, different colored pictures, gradients, and textured files. The only downside is because JPG comes in smaller file sizes, unnecessary data can be deleted. Be sure to do a double-take when you save your next photo to increase your website velocity. 

Interested in other ways to boost your website’s impact? Check out our blog on the top website designs for the latest trends.

Here is an example of a JPG file vs a PNG from thrivethemes. Notice the difference?

PNG or ping stands for Portable Graphics Format. PNG is considered a lossless compression meaning all the data is kept in the file. This can be beneficial if you need to do further editing. 

PNG allows you to display a see-through background surrounding unique shaped objects, especially when dealing with complex images. PNG usually works well with linge drawing, text, sharp lines, and flat colors.

Here is an example of how a transparent file looks with PNG Vs. JPG.

It’s important to know the various images that PNG and JPG utilize best, as it will help you determine which one to use. When you make the right choice for file formats it prevents slow connection. Your business wants to avoid a slow connection because it increases bounce rates and lowers conversions.

 Make your job easier and choose a file format wisely.

Plugins for WordPress

Not only is WordPress able to speed up your site, but it also helps you get rid of plugins you don’t need anymore. Sometimes users find themselves with extra plugins and need guidance on only getting the ones that are helpful.

Why are plugins good for your WordPress site? These pieces of software not only allows you to personalize your computer programs, but they add functionality and new features to your WordPress site. The plugins can be beneficial for your business website by providing your audience with a good user experience using video, sound, and imagery.

How fast your WordPress site loads depends hugely on where the plugins are loaded. 

For instance if you log in to complete administrative tasks, it will not affect the speed of your site, but plugins added on the front end can put a damper in your site performance. 

In addition plugins that conduct background processes, including 404 monitoring and broken link check-ups can slow down website speed.

There is a silver lining to these slow plugins, and that is having cache plugins.

Cache Plugins to Increase Speed 

Some plugins that slow your site down are necessary to conduct essential processes like the ones mentioned above, making slow speed unavoidable. Cache plugins present relief in the midst of plugin overload.

Cache is an fusion of data that is temporarily stored on your computer, and can be accessed at your disposal. When information is requested computers go through multiple processes to retrieve the data since it is stored on a hard disk. Caching gets your business over the wait hump by utilizing the temporary storage file.

This helps your WordPress site to skip steps, like page generation every single time. It will make a copy of the initial process and use the cached version for additional users.

Long story short, cache speeds up your WordPress site by reducing the load on your hosting servers resulting in increased engagement and more time spent on your site.

Cache not only speeds up your site but it’s good for SEO too. See why on our blog about the 5 things to get on the first page of Google.


No Time To Waste

Don’t keep your clients waiting. Set your business website up for success by testing, learning, and taking advantage of all the perks that WordPress has to offer. People come to you looking for answers, so do them a favor and don’t make them wait.

Wayward Kind keeps human connections top of mind. We know how important an efficient and dependable website is for your business. Let’s bolt towards creating lasting results. 

I want to create fast and effective content.

We can help you master your digital marketing strategy with CRO tips. Our team of strategists are experts at understanding you and your audience. Whether it’s setting up Google Analytics, or creating great landing pages, Wayward Kind is all about action. Ready to convert to a mindful marketing strategy? Contact us today!