Claire Scholz founded Asio Studio in 1998 while still running a full blown manufacturing company, Legends & Lore, Inc. Legends manufactured Tub Buddies, bathtub puppets. Don’t laugh! In her tenure as the Tub Buddie queen, she sold over 4 million of the little critters.
When she had the first Legend’s website designed she quickly saw the advantages the internet brought to small, rural businesses. If all the components of great design, programming and marketing were put into place, a business could instantly have worldwide exposure.
Since then, she has continuously studied the every changing digital landscape. New, far reaching ways to communicate with audiences (both old and new) come into existence every day but only to those who know what they are. It is an ever changing job – one that Claire loves.
When Claire isn’t assisting Asio clients with their website needs, she might be found working in her garden while listening to podcasts about the latest internet business and technology trends.
Claire specializes in helping clients promote their businesses by reaching customers directly through advertising, social media, newsletters and good old fashion content creation. She can guide clients through the thickets of search engine optimization, making the best use of web video, tweeting and the plethora of options available via online advertising.
If it’s happening on the Internet, Claire already knows about it and can help your business take advantage of it!
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