Ashia R. Sims

Award Winning Digital Strategist

Atlanta, GA

Ashia R. Sims

A Digital Strategy Consultant that specializes in Social Media Marketing with over 12 years of writing, digital marketing and analytics measurement experience, Ashia R. Sims is also an experienced keynote speaker and educator. She has spoken at ProductCamp Atlanta and Power Plug PR Conference and has provided education services for the Maynard Jackson Youth Foundation, Girl Scouts of Atlanta, Cool Girls, the Atlanta Girls School and Georgia State University.

Tamora Monroe is a Fantastic Villain on ‘Teen Wolf’

So, I saw a teaser clip that showed the re-introduction of Ethan and Jackson to the series. I was super excited because I felt like Jackson’s story ended too quickly. But my excitement was quickly replaced by confusion because Ethan and Jackson are in a relationship. The last time we saw Jackson, he was figuring out how to detangle himself from Lydia.
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#BGNTV Takes Another Look at ‘Stranger Things’

We’ve ranted and raved about Stranger Things before, but it’s the new hit show we can’t stop talking about! Here’s a more straight up recap from one of our #BGNTV recappers for the few of you who are just jumping on the bandwagon. Read it now or come back to it before the inevitable season 2! The first episode of Stranger Things starts out like so many campy science fiction and horror movies.
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Are your online marketing campaigns making you money? – SMART goals and KPI’s

Many people try social media or online marketing, using time, money and creativity with the hopes that some of the billions of people spending time online would find their business and become customers. In simplistic terms, this way of thinking isn’t incorrect. There are billions of internet searches every day. Blog Link to Story

The FCC Ruling on the Classification of Broadband Internet

So the FCC just voted to classify broadband internet service as a public utility. But in the midst of the angry outbursts about government interference and the happy conversations about a free and open internet, there can be some questions about what all of this really means. Let me take a stab at it for you. Blog Link to Story

The Best Family-Friendly Road Trips Across America (INTERACTIVE)

Summer is officially upon us, and with its warm embrace comes the itch to bolt out of our office chairs and flee to the nearest beach. Since families and other responsibilities often get in the way of seasonal spontaneity, planning is a must. The good news is that it doesn’t take plane tickets, oodles of cash, or tons of time to whisk your family away for a super fun summer vacay.
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Lets Get Spunky! A Blast From the Past

"Let's Get Spunky!" is the retro-spoof debut comedy from the deranged minds at Seriously Distur6ed Studios, LLC, written and directed by Robert Glenn Plotner. Imagine falling asleep while watching TVLand and awakening in a world of classic era television where everything has been turned on its head, demented and smartly twisted as if Mayberry had been invaded by Monty Python or "Leave it to Beaver" had become entwined with "Family Guy." In the pilot episode, 8-year-old Spunky Wisenheimer joins the Army's Guinea Pig Corps and gets firsthand experience with above-ground nuclear testing. The fallout takes Spunky into a darkly comic landscape populated by escaped mutants, desperately lonely Army Nuke testers, strange appendages, a heroic lactating dwarf, and a G-Man with an unusual interest in taking Spunky under his wing. Classic television will wake up with a terrible hangover, jump in the shower, and try desperately to scrub all the dirty away - but it will never, never be the same.
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Ashia Sims - How I Got Started

Video featuring GirlTank participant, Ashia Sims, discussing how she's always been very pro-girl even as a child.
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Women Interactive Founders Look to Fix Tech Industry’s Gender Issue

Everyone wants the formula for innovation. Whether you believe it’s learned or innate,’s Innovator of the Week series gives you a glimpse into the lives of founders/co-founders, business execs, entrepreneurs and artists revolutionizing their respective industries through technology and social media.
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5 Tips to Becoming a Fearless Female Tech Entrepreneur

Women Interactive, the two-day interactive technology festival for women of color, debuted in Atlanta this past weekend. The inaugural festival was hosted at the Spelman College Digital Moving Image Salon and featured various forms of media, speakers, films and tech workshops aimed at women entrepreneurs.
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Stuff People Say to Entrepreneurs

As entrepreneurs, people say the most interesting things to us in an effort to be "supportive". Here are a few of the most common things we hear.
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Are you planning a digital detox? Follow up with a digital refresh

We all have those friends we follow on social media who make this big announcement one day. I’m going to be leaving [Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Periscope, etc] for a while to take a break from social media. I just need to take more time to [focus on myself, spend more time with family, finish my book, etc]. Blog Link to Story


Ashia R. Sims

Ashia R. Sims is a Social Media/Content Strategist by trade, storyteller and technology enthusiast by design. Her path to the field of digital strategy started when she landed at Florida A&M University to pursue her interest in the creative side of business. She found herself in the world of journalism and public relations. Upon graduation, she was able to transfer her public relations, project management and event planning skills over to the world of television and film production where she worked for over 10 years. She has worked on television projects for BET, Fox, Peachtree TV, Starz in Black and NBC as well as several feature film projects.

While following her passion for video production and content creation, Ashia continued to explore her love of writing and technology. Since 2003, she provided freelance commercial writing services, launched and maintained a style blog and co-wrote two scripted projects while learning about the world of internet marketing and how to share her passions online. During that time she’s also begun to share her knowledge and experience as a keynote speaker and educator for organizations like the Maynard Jackson Youth Foundation, Girl Scouts of Atlanta, Cool Girls, Power Plug PR Conference, Atlanta Girls School and Georgia State University.

She represents one of the early generations of kids to grow up sitting in front of a computer and enjoys tech talk about the newest smartphone, the coolest app, the latest in data analytics and other digital news.

Ashia resides in Atlanta, GA, loves attending festivals like Comic Con and Dragon Con and making time to read and write horror and science fiction stories.



  • Digital Strategy
  • Event Planning
  • Project Management
  • Video Production
  • Commercial Marketing
  • Creative Writing
  • Social Media Strategy
  • SEO
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Content Strategy
  • Freelance Writing
  • Digital Storytelling
  • content marketing
  • Digital Marketing
  • Transmedia Storytelling