I am the principal founder of Heckenkemper. I lead a team of Tech Savvy, Brand-Aware, Entrepreneurial Problem Solvers that unite every day to help businesses connect with customers and prospects.
Consumers now demand accessible & professional interactions online instantly. Our agency was cultivated out of the need to deliver effective social media campaigns & web assets to reach consumers where they were spending time. Working online opens up creative opportunities while resonating a powerful message for my clients that fit within those tight marketing budgets.
I genuinely love the work I do for my clients. I founded Heckenkemper in 2012 from my kitchen table with a single client. We grew and quickly moved into our first location at 41st & Yale then just a few years later in 2016 moved our team into our forever home in the Utica Center suite. We love the location close enough to downtown and the bright & open areas for our workshop trainings are perfect. We proudly serve clients based in Oklahoma & Texas and have been known to hop a southwest flight to Cali and Florida a few times a year to manage live event social media at conferences & trade shows.
My credentials... I earned my M.S. degree from Oklahoma State University in 2001, my B.S. degree is also from OSU, what can I say I love the Cowboys! Go Pokes! I developed my career in marketing & media working with notable companies including Hilton, Pennwell Corp & Griffin Communications. I live in midtown Tulsa with my husband Max and I’m a proud mom of two amazing children.
ON THE BLOG
First, let's really get down to the basics. A brand style guide is a compilation of the images, fonts, colors and details that collectively make up your brand. Yes, it is important to use the same shade of blue from your logo on your website, business card, and ads, etc.
As powerful and compelling as live video is for your audience, unfortunately an unstable camera is a frustrating and annoying distraction. A shaky camera on a Facebook or Twitter live session will have audience viewers jumping off faster then you can say "Don't Go!"
Yay! Our first Go Live & Thrive workshop is in the books! We were thrilled to see 7 smiling faces Monday morning to kick off the first ever GLT Workshop. This 3 DAY WEB + SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP has been an incredible experience.
DEAR GIRLS MAGAZINE needed a professional website with a robust blogging platform, emphasis on the visuals with a crisp clean layout. They also needed an E-commerce solution to drive and manage subscription sales.
We would like to introduce the members of our team to all of our readers. So, this is the first of a series entitled “10 minutes with:” and over the next few weeks we will be showcasing each member of the Heckenkemper Team! We hope you enjoy!
Women in Communications. Big thanks to them for putting this half day workshop together, I firmly believe it's important to always continue learning and it's a bonus when I'm reminded of the basics and yet inspired to see things through a fresh perspective.
We are lucky enough this week to have one of our events happening just down the street! The Pipeline + Energy Expo is happening in Tulsa and we stopped by. This gave us a chance to take some great pictures, see our client in-person and chat with exhibitors and attendees.
The American Marketing Association local Tulsa Chapter was ready for a refresh on their website. Nationally the AMA rolled out new branding guidelines with a new Logo and Style Guide so it was a timely opportunity to give their website a makeover.
It’s time. Our handy guide shows you how to take 15 minutes to do a clean up and maintenance on your social media profiles for business & individual pages. Your profiles are on and accessible 24/7 and they need some attention from you for a regularly scheduled clean up. When clients, colleagues and new contacts see and interact with your social media profiles think about how it looks to them?
I was so very honored to speak to the communication students over at The University of Tulsa. Thank you to Erin Lynch for setting this up and inviting me over to campus to speak.