Michael

Michael
Digital Marketing Specialist
 

Michael is analytically driven, with six-plus years of experience in digital marketing. His core competencies are in creating, optimizing, and scaling Google and Facebook ad campaigns.

Michael also has extensive background in search engine optimization (SEO). His experience includes using a variety of analytics tools including Google Analytics, Google Search Console, and SEMRush for SEO research and optimization. In addition, Michael also has experience with Google AdWords, social media and Bing search engine marketing.

A motivated team member with leadership skills, Michael is highly organized, driven to coordinate duties with other team members and execute tasks. His passion for increasing brand-to-consumer connections and growing the impact of digital marketing efforts motivates him to continue to learn new skills to meet and exceed client expectations.

Prior to joining Crazy Good Marketing, Michael held a number of contract and freelance positions. He has a knack for quickly adapting to new positions and building a skill set that can be used in many different positions within the digital marketing space.

On his free time Michael enjoys watching combat sports such as boxing and mixed martial arts, playing basketball with friends, and watching history documentaries, especially those focused on economics, political science and war.

A graduate of California State University, Fullerton, Michael looks forward to having his own dog and starting a family in the future.

If you could ask anyone to lunch, who would it be?

Emma Watson. I was a big Harry Potter fan and she was my crush. It’s not only because she’s attractive. I like her intuitiveness and sincerity. And she still looks the same!

What’s your favorite quote?

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou

What’s the funniest thing someone has said to you?

One of my high school teachers once told me, “You’re not as dumb as you look.” Haha!