I’ve published thousands of articles online for both myself and for my company. Some of them have even made their way onto notable sites like Forbes and Moz. Despite that I really suck at writing about myself so bear with me.
I started my internet marketing career back around 2010 when I decided to try out an elective course at Eastern Michigan University. It was a class on AdWords management taught by one of my first digital marketing mentors.
A guy named Bud Gibson. Little did I know that it would take me in a completely different direction than I thought I was going with my business degree.
Even though I was already done with my degree program, I took all three elective courses for AdWords which included the opportunity to work with local non-profits like the Ann Arbor Hands On Museum and The Corner Health Center on real AdWords campaigns.
After that I was hooked. My first gig out of college was with Edwards Brothers Malloy (a lead secured by my instructor Bud Gibson) and since then I’ve generated thousands of dollars in freelance opportunities, led the digital marketing department of a multi-million dollar RV dealer, and worked with giants in the digital marketing and SEO industries.
They say if you find what you love to do, you’ll never work a day in your life. Well…I haven’t really done much “work” for the past decade.