As our client's success continues to grow, so does Fight For Small. Over the past few weeks we have been rigourously selecting the best candidate with the right talent to better serve our clients with a great customer experience. Don't worry, we are still the same solid team, just with a fresh new face. We sat down with Jeremiah for a little Q&A session. Check-in, sit back, and learn more about the newest member of the Fight For Small marketing team.
Q: As a professional in Indianapolis, what have you been doing before coming to Fight For Small?
A: I have spent the past 8 years consulting and creating digital content for small businesses in the Indianapolis area. I have also worked with public initiatives and community developers to support small business development and growth. I love my city of Indianapolis and have been fortunate to work on some exciting projects that make Indy such a great place to live, work, and visit.
Q: Why did you decide to leave freelancing and come work with Fight For Small?
A: I wanted to work with a team of passionate individuals who have the intention of fighting for the success of their clients. It was important that I find the right team that was passionate about their work for their clients. As a freelancer, there were a lot of distractions, and I’m ready to just focus on guiding clients through digital marketing strategy and success.
Q: What has been your favorite client or project that you have worked on?
A: All of my clients and projects are like babies. I can’t have just one favorite. I have worked on some fun projects like handling the digital presence for Indianapolis’ official Fashion’s Night Out. It was also a lot of fun to help create digital content for Indianapolis’ Super Bowl 46. The real fun was the times that I have been able to meet with small businesses owners around the city and help them with their digital marketing. I have worked with industries from fashion and design to construction and home services.
Q: What is your favorite digital platform?
A: For businesses, it has to be Facebook, it is a beast for businesses. I can’t wait to do more with video on YouTube. (Video is the next huge key to digital success for businesses) Twitter will always have a soft spot in my heart. I have been able to use 140 characters to build some fantastic partnerships and connect with some pretty interesting people. I have also been known to be on Snap a few times.
Q: Tell us something interesting about you that doesn’t involve digital marketing?
A: I am a less superhero version of Clark Kent. By day I am a digital marketer, but at night I am a published event and nightlife photographer. I have had the opportunity to take pictures at parties where Justin Bieber, Snoop Dogg, or Chris Brown have been partying. It is a great way to relax the brain from focusing on client strategy and execution.