Life Update March 2013

Well things have certainly gotten extremely hectic, hence the great time lapse since my last post. Some exciting news to report; I will be graduating from Arizona State University in about 5 weeks! This has been an amazing experience returning to school, I’ve learned so much more than I ever thought I would. My personal social media marketing business is progressing well, I currently serve three amazing clients. I highly recommend you patronize their businesses:

  • Cal Coast Fitness – A specialized personal training company with a holistic approach to health and wellness. Cal Coast Fitness Website
  • Vegas Knights – The premier casino party supply company in Southern California. Make your next event one to remember! Vegas Knights Website
  • Southern California Fireplace – Crafting and installing specialty fireplaces and heating systems for commercial and residential. So Cal Fireplace Website

As my internship winds up at Fanscape, I am forced to weigh my options going forward. I have loved my time spent here and hope a position comes available to continue my journey. I have already been offered full-time positions with a couple other marketing agencies; this is going to be a difficult and important decision.

Most important though, our charity A Walk On Water is growing by the minute! We just had an amazing art show fundraiser last week: Moments by Steven Lippman. We were able to raise over $2,000 to fund our next surf therapy event!

All in all, life is amazing right now and I can’t wait to see how the next few years play out…


Awesome Report by Technorati: 2013 Digital Influence Report

Technorati did an amazing job compiling massive amounts of data at the end of 2012 to bring us this report on the state of digital marketing and what 2013 holds for those of us in the social media world.

My Fanscape Internship – or – How I Refell in Love with Social Media

My first month at Fanscape is officially in the books, and what an amazing experience it has been so far. I came into this experience determined to act like a sponge and soak up as much information and knowledge as I could. The (constantly busy) team at Fanscape has certainly held up their end of the bargain.

It’s amazing to watch the life cycle of a social media marketing campaign develop from idea to reality in such a short time; and these are gigantic projects with massive scope. One of my greatest takeaways is that no matter the size of the client, the relationship and genuine interest in their success is what drives a successful campaign. Something to think about as my career develops…

We serve the client, not the other way around.

We serve the client, not the other way around.