Annie Anderson – Business Strategist & WordPress Creator

I’ve done a lot of things in the past 30ish years after getting out of the Navy (where I was a cryptologist)  from working as a skiptracer for a real estate investor to being a real estate agent to owning a construction company to owning a digital design and marketing agency and more.

For the past 15 years, I’ve owned Midnight Rebel Digital where we specialize in creating well-built WordPress websites for service based businesses, done for you content creation, and tech support for things like troubleshooting WP issues, setting up and configuring email marketing systems, funnels, and more.

I also have been a business systems and productivity strategy coach since 2003 and work with people to develop products and services, plan, strategize, and organize systems and processes, and the like.

Additionally, I’m a single parent to 4 now adult kiddos ranging in age from 18 to 29 and grandma to a 7 year old autistic kiddo. My #2 kiddo (24) is also autistic and pretty much the reason I decided to work for myself.

Why did you start your business?

I started my business to be home with my family and to homeschool my autistic kiddo. Eventually, they all ended up in public school but we homeschooled for 10 years.

What is something you wish you had known when you first started?

I wish I had known how to set things up with proper systems and such and some better legal protections.

What is your business contact information?

You can find Midnight Rebel Digital Co, my digital agency, at https://midnightrebeldigital.com.
You’ll find info about my business strategy services at https://annieanderson.com
You can also find me and my various other projects at https://helloannie.me

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