Kelly is the CEO of Sanctuary – A Digital Marketing Group. He has 25+ years of experience leading entrepreneurial organizations. As CEO, Kelly has had the opportunity to serve a leadership role in every functional division of the organization spanning business strategy and development, marketing, finance, human resources, customer service, fulfillment, information technology, and publishing production. He’s driven by and is constantly working with his team to help companies grow.
Tom Murphy is the Director of Business Development at Sanctuary and he’s a deeply experienced marketing consultant. Tom enjoys uncovering the specific needs of a company and finding unique solutions to help them grow. Tom has been successful in managing and producing strategies for hundreds of clients over the years at Sanctuary.
As you listen in you’ll be learning about a wide range of topics including, but not limited to:
How to define success with digital marketing.
The process for putting together a marketing plan.
How you select the right marketing mix.
How to tell if your website is performing for you.
Digital marketing advice for startup companies.
and even some advice about developing, hosting and maintaining a world-class website.
So let’s get to it. I think you’re really going to enjoy this wide-ranging conversation between Kelly Brown and Tom Murphy.
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