Simon Villeneuve is a brand and content strategist who lives in Bend, Oregon with his wife Rebekah, and their two children: Peter and Olive.
Currently Simon is the Content Director at Pneuma33 Creative. In the fringe hours, he grows his side hustle, Real Food Diets and consults with world-changing brand to clarify their message and create better websites, elevator pitches, marketing collateral, and more.
A little more about me
I moved to Seattle, WA, at the age of 18 to pursue a Bachelors in Business Administration. Three years into my degree, I felt like I wasn’t getting anywhere. Everyday I woke up anxious, slowly realizing that every minute spent in the classroom was another minute spent not chasing my dreams.
It was my junior year in college when I realized a diploma wasn’t going to skyrocket my career or put me right into a six-figure salary. Instead, it was dragging me into debt and causing me to waste the first few years of my professional career in a classroom. I decided to leave college and start spending my time doing work I actually cared about with people I actually wanted to learn from.
I don't come from a line of successful entrepreneurs or business owners, but my passion and drive for meaningful work has brought me into a fast growing career and opened the door to multiple entrepreneurial ventures.
My mission is that everyone who visits this site will leave with shortcuts and practical insights that will help them better understand themselves, their customer, and ultimately their brand.
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Are you a small business owner or creative entrepreneur looking to drive more traffic, boost conversions, and increase engagement on your website? Do you want to show up in your ideal customer’s Google searches? Blogging is your answer—and here’s exactly how to get started.
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In this article, you’ll learn how to produce and utilize the right mix of content to boost credibility, direct traffic, and engage your target audience.
Making your first $1 changes everything.
I still remember the first time I saw revenue from my blog. I received a $65 kickback I from helping a friend set up their new blog on Bluehost. It gave me the confidence I needed to know that I could actually do this thing—and the sanity to know that I wasn’t crazy.
Have you ever wanted to started blogging, only to realize that you didn’t know how to get the job done? The main reason I took so long to start a blog was because I didn’t know how to start or which tools to use. In this post, I’ll give you an inside look at the tools I use everyday to get my job done.
When Bob got married, he and his beautiful wife decided that it would be his responsibility to take out the trash. But what he didn’t know was that he and his wife had different ideas of what it meant to “take out the trash.” If your story resonates with Bob’s, you’ll want to start thinking more about growth and ownership in your work and life.
While there’s no right or wrong way to setup the content on your website, there are a few simple and effective ways to increase the number of people who engage with your hard work. And as your traffic increases, so will your revenue.
If you’re a dad, there will always time for the things you like, but never enough time for the things that you love. The last 10 months of fatherhood have taught me an incredible amount about life and I want to share them here with you.