I am digital marketing, which is fancy name for doing a bunch of Internet stuff. Around 2010 I started dabbling with my first real web project, Android Static, and quickly thought I should figure what this marketing thing was all about.
Many mistakes lessons later, I developed a grasp on digital marketing, search engine optimization, data-driven results and all the parts in between. Even today, friends, I draw upon these experiences to bring about results for my projects and clients.
I grew up in Greensboro, North Carolina and attended the illustrious University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Later, I went to the Far East for my graduate degree at East Carolina University where I studied international development before dabbling in websites.
I love to travel, read spy novels, and drink alcohol out-of-doors.
Folks that obsessively dig into things they think are cool are, themselves, cool; except for terrorists. Like the Ghostbusters and artisanal cheese makers. I'm typically a big fan of crackpot purists that wear their heart on their sleeve.
I have a method for fixing things. Step 1. I try something. Step 2. See if that thing I did in back in Step 1. worked or not. Rinse and Repeat. Heueristics is the key to making good decisions.
I grew up in the South, which taught me that an accent can be an advantage in convincing people to do things you want and that a watermelon slice was meant to eaten with salt.
From bad puns to trolling Aww for cute Westie pictures, I love the Internet and being part of it. If there's a meme you need explained or a video to make you laugh, I'm the man for the job.
I hate cliches, but things are so much better when they're smaller. I like experiments, weird ideas, cheap wine, local businesses and start ups.
I've always had a historically strong position when it comes to tanks: I love the hell out of them. I've sat on an M4 Sherman and visited the cold tundra of Wisconsin to see a Pershing.