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Helping Brands With Social Media Strategy And Management

TAKING THE STRESS OUT OF YOUR BUSINESSES’ SOCIAL MEDIA

Take Social Media Off Your {Already Full} Plate

We know it’s hard as a business owner to juggle the million and one responsibilities you have.

Small Town Socials is here to take social media out of your hands, so you can focus on running your business. Our expertise in social media allows us to tell business’ stories and curate content to reach your target audience and build a genuine connection with them.

Hi, I’m Amy!

Social media consultant, brand strategist, and founder of Small Town Socials.

I’m here to help you form a strategy that works for your business’ social media and get the results you want.

I have worked in digital marketing for over 11 years. I started with working at the State 4-H Headquarters, where I was in charge of marketing 4-H events and programs to the youth of Texas. I was also the coordinator for one of the largest youth events in the country, Texas 4-H Roundup, which has a large social media and digital presence.

During my time with the State 4-H Headquarters, I was taking pictures along with my other marketing efforts. I realized how much I enjoyed it and that I wanted to have a bigger impact. So, officially in 2010, Amy Mehaffey Photography and Design was born.

I also worked for the City of Nacogdoches for five years. I worked with the Main Street program to develop a long-term marketing strategy for downtown and the city as a whole. I also developed a reputation management program for the organization. During my time with the city, I was able to mentor small businesses in the downtown area to build a marketing strategy in order to gain followers, customers, and sales.

Over the past 12 years with Amy Mehaffey Photography and Design, I have worked to form Small Town Socials as a stand alone social media management agency. We have worked with several clients in my local area and beyond, and hope to continue to grow to spread the small town values to businesses of any size.

Additionally, I have been a featured guest panelist at the Governor’s Small Business Conference speaking on social media strategies. I also currently teach marketing and agricultural communications at Stephen F. Austin State University.

Because of my background in agricultural communications and small business marketing, I know I am able to serve your needs adequately to provide fresh and creative content to promote your business on social media.

Let’s Get To The Fun Stuff

I am married to the love of my life, John Michael Mehaffey. We have three daughters, Hattie (6), Hunter (4) and Hart (born June 2022). It’s safe to say we are no strangers to being busy and having our hands full and we wouldn’t have it any other way! If you look around my websites, you’ll no doubt see their silly faces sprinkled around as they are my honorary creative directors.

I love coffee, champagne, {cold} beer, turquoise, big hair, and football. I love to grow flowers, as long as I can remember to water them. I’m always excited to make a new friend, up for a new challenge, and I will forever hope that sarcasm burns calories.

Meet The Small Town Socials Team

Amy Mehaffey

Nacogdoches, Texas

Company Role: Owner/Founder, Small Town Socials

Favorite drink: Coffee and Wine

Most Likely To: Move commas around until the cows come home

Elizabeth Whitfield 

Smyer, Texas

Elizabeth lives in West Texas with her husband and daughter where she helps her husband run their hay and livestock operation. She loves spending time with her family, especially just riding in the pickup together and checking cows on a beautiful evening. When she’s not working you can catch her chasing her busy baby girl and listening to true crime podcasts. Her favorite part of working with Small Town Socials is learning about and working with various businesses and creating content unique to their industry.

Company Role: Online Business Manager 

Favorite drink: Unsweet Tea and Ice Cold Beer

Most Likely To: Overthink graphics and redo them over and over and over again. 

Bethanie Mehl

Nacogdoches, Texas

Loves to travel to new places every chance she gets with her fiance and friends. Beth also works for the City of Nacogdoches where she focuses on digital marketing and maintaining a consistent online presence. When she’s not working you can find her on the couch watching Netflix and online shopping, out dancin’ the night away or at a Texas Country concert. Her favorite thing about working with Small Town Socials is knowing she gets to take the big task of social media management off of our clients hands while they are busy running their businesses.

Role: Community Engagement Specialist

Fav Drink: Coffee and Wine 

Most likely to: Spend my life savings on clothes and shoes

Elise Luebbering

St. Thomas, Missouri

Working as a full-time freelancer and full-time mom, Elise loves a fast-paced and always changing environment. She and her husband, Ben, are raising their little boy, Garth, on the family’s farrow-to-finish hog farm in central Missouri. When she’s not working, you will find her outside likely followed close behind by their chocolate lab, Dutton. Elise loves working with Small Town Socials because of the variety of clients they get to serve with a well-balanced and crazy talented team.

Role:  Lead Copywriter

Fav Drink: Sundrop…if you’re not from Northeast Missouri, you’ve probably never heard of it.

Most likely to: Overthink every seemingly insignificant detail

Trisha Wheeler

Nacogdoches, Texas

Trisha has been a Graphic Designer for 20 years and recently earned her BBA in Marketing. When she’s not working she enjoys reading, podcasts, and traveling with her husband and daughter. Her favorite part of working with Small Town Socials is the team approach Amy and her team takes and how it elevates the quality of work.

Company Role: Lead Graphic Designer | Client Growth

Favorite drink: Wine & Coffee

Most Likely To: Have multiple tabs open on the computer…and in life.

Ready to throw in the towel on social media? Hand it on over.

We’ll take it from here.