How I organize a digital marketing strategy. This unresearched thought exercise is to share the litany of lessons I’ve learned over my past decade-plus, practicing digital marketing in my digital lab here at 416 W Cypress Street in Fitzgerald, Georgia.
My goal is to help you understand how I organize a digital marketing strategy, using a procedure I’ve been honing in my digital lab for 3,113 days and counting. The twenty-third unresearched example is for V2 of my two flagship products, which are called: Get Online and Get Organized.
Use my procedure to organize your own digital marketing strategy for your local business on your own or you can inquire into hiring me to help. Either way is in line with my mission to democratize online opportunity for people everywhere. If you have questions, ask them in the comments, email them to email@example.com, or ask me in the live chat, which is available in the bottom right corner of every page on my site.
Maryanne And George Datesman
I’ve considered the American Dream as part of my family heritage for as long as I can remember. Maryanne wrote the book on the six basic American cultural values, which filled in a lot of gaps for me.
American civics has all but disappeared from American classrooms, but if it was taught in high school during the late 80’s and early 90’s, then I missed it. I learned about the American dream from my grandfathers, especially Gramps, aka Ken Hobbs.
Vintage American WaysMaryanne & George Datesman
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Podcast Episode, Via Anchor.fm
The twenty-fourth unresearched example of how I organize a digital marketing strategy will be released Friday, January 11, 2019.