I grew up in Montana, watching my parents run two award-winning newspapers. My grandfather insisted I learn to use a computer at age 6 and so my digital training started early with IBM’s PS/1.
Kids have a lot of time to learn. And I quickly became one of the local computer experts, helping my teacher and local PC repairman with “tricks they’d never seen.” I literally grew up helping individuals and teams with their digital platforms.
It sparked my curiosity even more to watch my parents’ newspaper shift from the traditional layout methods of physically cutting and pasting stories and images to Apple computers running PhotoShop.
Studying music in college, I learned everything I could about digital promotion to sell records and tickets. Twitter had only just begun but I used it to quickly fill several of my shows.
As much as I love music, I’m very good at helping people understand and execute their online promotional strategies. My friends are marketers, web designers, photographers, former SEO experts, computer geniuses, and, like me, all digital natives. As the world becomes increasingly digital, this has been a boon to us and those we consult.
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