I’m Sirita Wright, a New York-based writer and digital strategist who loves nothing more than crafting brand stories that enrich the soul.
I help industry leaders and small businesses position themselves to attract paying clients and lucrative opportunities through strategic planning and content creation.
After spending some time moonlighting as an actress in 2014 I was offered the position of Social Media Manager at Black Enterprise Magazine. This job was a dream.
I was able to hone my marketing and content creation skills along with launch influencer marketing campaigns, interview celebrities like music producer Ryan Leslie and the CEO of Slack, Stewart Butterfield, cover the red carpet at Black Girls Rock, moderate the first-ever cannabis panel Black Enterprise ever had and appear on The Breakfast Club 3x!
I’m equally passionate about educating business owners on personal branding, productivity, and online business strategy through my actionable blog and my digital marketing podcast Savage Media.
So if you need an experienced writer to help you define your brand voice or a trusted coach to help you bring life to your marketing strategy, I’m here to support you, help you dive deep, and grow your digital influence!
Creating A Style All Your Own When I was a child there was nothing I loved more than playing dress up. By the time I got to high school I was keeping notebooks full of my daily outfits in an attempt to not wear the same thing 2x in a month.
Girls in STEM, Girls Who Code, Girls Girls Girls...some of our girls don't know the basics. It was with this thought in mind and recalling stories from my own 9th grade sister - I started thinking: What are some basic apps I WISH my sister had on her Smartphone?
Most people know the benefits of bringing your lunch to work. We've read numerous reports about how bringing your lunch to work is not only healthierÂ but also more economical.Â A 2012 report cited that the average American worker spends almost $15 per week on coffee.
More than a drag queen, RuPaul is a profitable brand that expands across various media platforms from music and film to reality TV and endorsements.
Talented, beautiful, entertaining and inspiring. Those are just a few words used to describe all around entertainer Josephine Baker. But did you know the NAACP named May 20th after the performer? Josephine Baker worked with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to improve race relations by participating ...
I've said it before and I'll say it again, if I were a social networking platform I'd be Instagram. EstroHaze has been able to build a robust cannabis brand leveraging the platform. Our goal using Instagram has always been to provide value via educational, and informative content.
Snapchat, the shiny social media platform, has consumers and marketers itching to exploit it. Don't get me wrong: As a digital marketer, I understand the need to test-drive the latest in social media offerings, and Snapchat is one of the platforms I have been eyeing closely and playing around with.
Where there's an Internet connection, trust there's a Periscope livestream going up... not necessarily on a Tuesday, but I digress. Earlier this year Periscope revealed that over 200 million broadcast had been created since their launch March 2015. Since that time, Periscope has seen a variety ...
If you're looking to drive more traffic to your website, increase brand awareness, and build customer loyalty, Facebook plugins are for you! Facebook is constantly updating their algorithms, this we know. But they also keep their sharing and insight plugins up to snuff.
One of my favorite things to do is scroll through Instagram. I am constantly inspired to travel, read, shop, and consume cannabis thanks to Instagram's 800 million monthly users. As the cannabis industry continues to unfold, it's been fascinating to see other cannabis brands and cannabis influencers share their stories on Instagram.
What's not to admire about Dr. Chanda Macias? She is extremely intelligent, a savvy business owner, has nothing but love for HBCUs and she owns a cannabis dispensary! Actually, Dr. Chanda Macias owns the #1 dispensary in Washington D.C..
Some of these names will not be surprising. But each one should enlighten and encourage you to expand your mind about the possibilities within the booming cannabis industry. You and your family, especially if you're African American, now have a shot at the proposed $44 billion dollars coming to ...
Brand building and curating editorial is not for the faint of heart, especially on 4/20, but Hawaii Mike knows his stuff. This New York City-based entrepreneur is the co-founder, alongside his wife Stephanie, of Chef for Higher, which hosts meticulously curated cannabis-infused dinners for enthusiasts and their curious friends.