Gregory graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2002 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 3D computer animation. After Greg’s VHS demo reel inexplicably failed to garner attention from Steven Spielberg or Pixar, he headed home to NC and became a bartender at a Sushi restaurant, where his raw talent remained untapped. Still searching for creative outlet, Greg started a screen printing business out of his home. Originally running a one man show, Greg began to dabble with Pay Per Click marketing in order to expand his potential customer base. It worked. He created a sleek and corporate looking website, attracted customers to it from all across the country, and successfully fulfilled their orders on time. No one ever knew that their professionally printed shirts were done by a guy in a garage, who may have been wearing a bathrobe.
Greg found out after about 8 years in business that printing shirts was monotonous and messy, and what he really enjoyed about his job was creating his brand identity and marketing it online. That’s when Greg realized online marketing could be a job in and of itself. He did some freelance work, worked as an SEO analyst for a law firm, then as a PPC manager for a real estate marketing firm before becoming an internet marketing specialist at TheeDesign. At work, Greg is a fanatic for landing page optimization, and gets great pleasure when he can help his clients squeeze every last possible lead out of their marketing budget.
AdWords Search Marketing
Bing Search Marketing
HTML & CSS
Landing Page Design
Conversion Rate Optimization
SEO Content Writing
Search Engine Optimization
When he’s not digging through Google Analytics data, Greg enjoys honing his bowling skills and continues his lifetime hunt for a perfect 300 game. He enjoys golfing, playing red light green light ambush attack with his majestic cat Gully, staying up past 10pm on weekends, and spending time with his beautiful wife and children at home in Clayton.
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