About Shelby

Let's Make It Easy

marketing may not be simple but it should be easy

Let's build a smart strategy that works for YOU, so you can focus on what YOU do best.

Are you frustrated with your digital marketing? Are you ready to do more but aren't sure where to start? I get it. I've worked in the digital marketing realm for 12+ years and watched it evolve with ever-increasing speed and complexity. It can all get so overwhelming at times.

My motto is, "Let's make it easy!" We can streamline your marketing with the latest tech and tools, then link all of your assets and channels to multiple their effectiveness. 

Missoula is my home town and I choose to work only with the businesses in our community. 

HubSpot logo of orange gear with words HubSpot Academy below it. Below that, it reads "Digital marketing Certified" and "Content Marketing Certified."

what people are saying

Molly Bradford

CEO, GatherBoard and MissoulaEvents.net

"Working with Shelby at Missoula Social Media has exceeded our expectations. We will definitely be working with Shelby again soon!" 

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Arlene Porter

Team Leader, The Women's Club Health and Fitness Center

"Shelby turns life and experience into art. She is open to feedback and other ideas. She collaborates well remotely with work requests and troubleshooting off-site."

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Chelsea Agro

Editor, Missoula Valley Lifestyle magazine

"Her talent is undeniable but it's her communication skills that make her a true professional. When things don't go according to plan, or she realizes that a deadline may be hard to achieve, Shelby takes the necessary steps to make it all happen without being frantic or frazzled."

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Julie Cowan

Owner, Wordcritter Creative, Missoula, MT

She’s a thinker. She’s a problem solver. And she loves working in the social media bubble where so many small businesses don’t have the time to devote, but where they desperately need to be.