Mike Clay/Clay Digital Consulting
Clay Digital Consulting specializes in helping local business owners increase their online reach. This is done by first building a Digital Marketing Blueprint that will give a detailed marketing plan including ROI projections and online market demographics. Once the Blueprint is built, Clay Digital has a variety of options from Web Design, SEO, Social Media Marketing, and even coaching packages that allow business owners on a budget to manage their own marketing.
Mike Clay has a diverse background in the industry. He started off building websites for churches, and then became one of the founders for a large IT company specializing in building web based software apps. At one point he tried to leave the industry and turned his hobby into a business as Balloon Guy Mike and even made it to national TV as an entertainer, but the other entertainers needed help with their websites and marketing so balloons went back to a hobby, and Mike went back to the computer and started a coaching firm for entertainers. Over the years Mike has helped other businesses launch their digital marketing division and trained over 100 business owners how to effectively market online, some of which have built 7 figure businesses and others have become full time marketing consultants.
If you would like a complementary 30 min consultation with Mike to go over your online presence and marketing, all you have to do is fill out the form at http://claydigitalconsulting.com/radio.html
Eleni Nega/Autumn Leaves of Sugarloaf
Autumn Leaves is a family owned and operated assisted living community solely dedicated to the care and well-being of those living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Their communities are designed from the ground up specifically to address the unique needs of those with memory loss.
Michael Hessing/Connecticut School of Broadcasting
The Connecticut School of Broadcasting is a one of a kind broadcasting school dedicated to teaching radio and TV to students with a proven “hands on” learning approach. They have a 50-year history of helping people launch their careers in radio and television broadcasting. Their graduates have gone on to work at major television networks and radio stations such as Clear Channel, ESPN, CNN, CBS Radio, Fox, MTV and Sirius Radio.
CSB has 12 campuses spanning the east coast of the United States. Contact them and let them know you’re interested in becoming a student. In a few months you could be starting a new job at a radio station, working behind the scenes in a television studio, or doing audio/video production work.