My first digital design/architecting venture was figuring out MS-DOS and how to create rudimentary games on my dad’s work computer when I was 7 and would go to the office with him occasionally to hang out.
I majored in arts in a small liberal arts college, then immediately moved to an 8-mile long island in the Caribbean.
On St. John in the USVI, I started working for a venture capitalist as his personal “tech assistant” (mostly making sure his Blackberries stayed updated). I kept teaching myself HTML along the way.
My passion is bridging connections and making interactions clear and intuitive—-whether it’s explaining to my family in the woods of West Virginia about what Burning Man is and why I go or helping a client communicate the value of their product to their customers in a digital space.
As my client, I help you grow by looking and listening to the world more creatively…figuring out where YOUR special thing fits and how to reach the people you can help most…then leveraging my natural OCD tendencies to build systems so more people can access your ideas and products to improve their lives.
Click here to listen to my podcast interview on The Truth About Marketing with Kevin Rogers. We cover a ton including:
– My work process for building websites that sell millions
– Favorite books and blogs
– The most valuable real estate on every website
– How I combined an art degree with her love of data
– Common website mistakes that every business needs to avoid
– Why certain contestants always get slaughtered on Shark Tank
… and much more.
What’s the one thing I’ve done that’s produced the most surprising result?
My answer is a surprise two-parter. I also explain how my strategy keeps getting new clients, why everybody is secretly a voyeur, and how marketers should use this to their advantage.
Check out my answer at 24:15.