Amanda Rogan is never one to play the victim. Coming from an unstable childhood, she believes these challenges are what give her the drive and ambition, to not only be successful in business, but also in her relationships. She is funny, motivated and has a true passion for all things social.
After having worked for bigger marketing corporations, Amanda decided to create Social Seadog in a hope to bring back a genuine, personal and professional approach to the world of marketing. With an extensive background in marketing, Amanda loves to push out great messages that can draw in people to buy from the businesses she works with.
With a 64 per cent financial growth in the last financial year with Social Seadog, one of Amanda’s biggest challenges as a mumpreneur raising two girls, was holding herself accountable to set an example for her daughters. She has the opportunity to inspire her daughters to go after all their goals, personal and professional. She gets to teach them to follow their passion and that with hard work, patience and determination, anything is possible.
As a modern social media manager, Amanda needs to be a deep generalist, with charisma and negotiating capabilities, fantastic copywriting and community building skills, and the availability and drive to be nearly always ON. Amanda’s greatest challenge was knowing how and when to turn OFF. She will admit she is still struggling with this.
Amanda is extremely humbled to be a finalist in the 2021 Ausmumpreneur in the Digital Services category. Amanda loves helping businesses by building their brand and transforming their social media presence with high-quality content, daily activity, and increasing engagement.
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