Information, Technology, Information Technology has always been a passion of mine. Gadgets and gizmos. Websites and media. Apps and programs and software to hardware. I’m a huge tech and computer geek and a lover of all things innovative, modern, advanced and anything that’s just out right cool.
And I am one of the lucky ones that is able to make a career out of something that I genuinely and passionately take a lot of interest in. More than 20 years of professional experience in fact! More than 2 decades of planning, organising and then executing digital marketing strategies. Optimising and then providing full data analysis reporting on campaigns and projects. It’s definitely a labour of love but this is my labour of love.
The number of projects, websites and campaigns I’ve worked on throughout my career is lost to me. But something that’s always fascinated me is the wide range of topics, themes and industries I get to work with. Recent projects from construction and architecture, such as like working with companies and sites as MP Architects to artsy projects such as Harrington Dance Academy. From accounting and financial firms such as JR Accounts, to medical services such as Essex Medical Training. With variations like that, how does one get bored? You get to see and learn about all the different projects and clients that you take on. For a tech geek like me, it will never get old. I get the chance to adapt the digital marketing strategies that I’ve developed and used through out the years. And each time I get a new client, I get to think: “How will I tackle this issue and help my client meet their goal this time round?”
If you’re interested in learning more, don’t forget to take a look at my projects page where you can read up on some of my digital marketing projects and campaigns, as well as some of my website design and development projects of my clients!
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