HoneyB Social Media and Digital Communications partners with small businesses, educational institutions, and non-profits to help them meet their goals and engage their audiences.
The philosophy is simple: Audience first.
It doesn’t matter if we’re working together on a social media project, improving your email communications, setting up a blog, or refining the content on your website – if you put the needs and desires of your audience first, you can’t lose.
Ready to do some awesome work together? Whether you know exactly what you’re looking for, or if you’re looking for some recommendations, we’ll work with you to understand your goals and the needs of your audience, and come up with a customized proposal that can fit into your budget. Contact HoneyB today to get started.
KarlynB, Chief Maven
Karlyn Borysenko (it’s ok, you don’t have to pronounce it correctly) has over 15 years of experience in web usability, marketing and communications, including copywriting, data analysis, research, reporting, and (of course!) social media strategies. She holds a BS in Communication, an MBA, and is just a few classes shy of completing a PhD in Psychology. She’s taught college classes in business, marketing and social media to undergraduate and graduate students as an adjunct, and is an award-winning speaker on the topics of marketing, social media and workplace development. In her spare time, Karlyn is a cyclist and an avid runner. She lives in Merrimack, NH with her husband Victor, their dog HoneyB and their ferret Monkey.
While real honey bees go buzz, buzz, buzz, our HoneyB goes woof, woof, woof! Meet the original HoneyB, Karlyn’s chihuahua Honey Poncho Tequila Borysenko. Karlyn brought her home one day despite the reservations of her husband (don’t worry, he fell in love as soon as he saw her) and gave her an absurdly long name that was crowdsourced from her Twitter followers. Quickly realizing a nickname would be easier for the young pup to remember, “HoneyB” was born. Honey enjoys bones, people food, toys in the shape of mice (preferably the ones that squeak or vibrate), and turns into a holy terror every evening around 6pm.