After eight and a half years at the Info-Tech Research Group, I have decided to move on to new challenges. I’ve enjoyed my time at Info-Tech, I’ve learned to become a much better manager, and I’ve made friendships that will last my lifetime. The hardest part about leaving Info-Tech is that it’s the place where many of my best friends go every day.
I’m incredibly excited about the future though, and I want to share my plans here.
As of mid-August, I will be taking on clients and advising them on digital strategy. If you or someone you know someone who’s struggling to put their brick and mortar business online, or who needs help working through how to get new customers, we should talk.
I will be announcing my first client shortly, in the meantime, here are some things I can help you out with.
Help! I need a digital strategy
Places like LinkedIn and Facebook will tell you that you should build your online presence with them. I can show you why this is not only a horrible idea, but why you are making them money while costing yourself money.
I will work with you to create a solid digital strategy. You will create an asset that you own, and with that asset, you’ll be able to take advantage of traffic you weren’t aware existed. Combine more traffic with proven techniques that will bring you more customers, and I will make you more money.
Oh no! I think my website sucks.
I’m sorry, but your website does indeed suck, and your friends are too nice to tell you otherwise. Your website needs some tough love. You need a solid platform that is easy to update and addresses your present, as well as future needs. I’ll give your website the facelift it badly needs, and put you in charge with the tools that will let you be in control of when and where your website gets updated.
Am I even being successful online?
You need some help setting up some analytics and figuring out what the right metrics to track are. I can help you get this done and give you a shiny dashboard to keep track of all of it.