About Wilson

Wilson has spent his working career in various marketing positions with different-sized companies. When he graduated from Wake Forest University in 2011, he spent some time in Winston-Salem and Charlotte interning for the Charlotte Motor Speedway. He then moved up home to Philadelphia and worked in two successive marketing and digital marketing positions, one with a start up company. These positions started his training and interest with internet marketing and SEO as both companies considered internet marketing to be a subset of regular marketing tasks. Wilson continued in his position with the start up as a remote worker for some time after moving back to North Carolina, but eventually found himself desirous of a new position.

In June of 2016, Wilson accepted a position with TheeDesign, and started learning more about the SEO industry than he had in his previous years of experience almost immediately. Since then, he has helped clients seek out internet marketing success. He also enjoys putting his liberal arts skills to work creating content for clients.

Specialties

Search Engine Optimization
Client Relations & Managing Expectations
Search Engine Marketing

Social Media Management
Blog Writing
Content Development & Strategy

Content Production
Brand Development
Pursuit of Company Goals

Outside TheeDesign

Out of the office, Wilson spends most of his time either in the gym, reading, or on the computer. Wilson is an avid weightlifter, and during the weekdays you will find him lifting after the gym almost every evening. During the weekends, Wilson splits his time between reading about World War 2 and on the computer playing World War 2 video games (bit of a trend there).

He enjoys cooking, gaming, traveling, and spending time with friends. Wilson hopes to join the US Navy and also loves watching Annapolis play football.

Wilson's Articles

Learn to Write Call to Actions

Click Here! How to Write a Great Call to Action

As can be demonstrated through many recruitment posters throughout the last 100 years, the military has given us a blueprint as marketers to maximize our own “recruitment posters”: action-packed and enthusiastic text, a sense of urgency, a short and simple message, a reason for action, and contrasting colors. If you include all of these factors in your website’s Call to Action, your Click Through Rate will soar up into the wild blue yonder.

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