In the Office
Ryan has worked in a wide variety of fields during his career. After college, he began work as a construction site foreman for a subcontracting company in 2006. Afterward, he moved to Raleigh where he pursued a lifelong dream of becoming a personal trainer and group instructor, by working a local Gold’s Gym. In 2010, after enjoying several years of helping people reach their physical potential, Ryan took a position as a sales and marketing specialist with a nationally based multi-family housing company. During this time, he gained extensive knowledge of marketing and asset management which propelled him to learn more about online marketing.
In August of 2015, Ryan began working at TheeDesign, honing his skills as an SEO and marketing specialist. During his time with the company, he has become Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager certified and has shown a knack for client relations. His ability to communicate with clients, understand their needs and help them reach their goals is outstanding.
Search Engine Optimization
Client Relations & Managing Expectations
Search Engine Marketing
Social Media Management
Content Development & Strategy
Fishing for Laughs Outside the Office
Out of the Office
Ryan is an avid fisherman. On most days he is not in the office you can find him on the lake searching for trophy fish. Even on the coldest days of the year, when no one else will go, he’s the one fool crazy enough to be on the water. He has a goal of one day obtaining his Captain’s license. Due to his love for weight lifting, he is also regularly in the gym continuing to improve himself.
He enjoys grilling, traveling, camping and visiting new restaurants in the area. As a native of North Carolina, Ryan has a vast knowledge of the state and also spends as much time visiting his family near Wilmington, as his busy schedule will allow.
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